A Quick Question…

Hi guys!

Lately, I’ve been thinking that my posts have turned into a non-sense, directionless blabbering. Despite writing what I liked and didn’t about a series, I still feel that sometimes posts somewhat turned to drag.

So I’ve been wondering if I should just write a more concise post? Perhaps using The Good, The Bad, The Ugly kind of thing?? Though that’s pretty negative. I might use something else. Best stuff, Good Stuff, Neutral Stuff or something like that?

What do you guys think?

EDIT:

Decided to have a format and write the positive, negative, and neutral things that I liked in that aspect. For example, I’ll talk about the plot of the series. Then list the things that I liked about it. You’ll see more of it in the upcoming posts. 🙂

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5 thoughts on “A Quick Question…

  1. I struggle with this 24/7 and also with my latest post. So I used the Hemingway app to try and break it down to the basics – even though I feel it kinda takes away the personal touch/friendly sort of vibe lol
    Your current format reads well for me and I like how it’s peppered with your thoughts! ☺️

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  2. I don’t think it’s non-sense.
    It’s your blog and I think you should write about things you like.
    My blog started with only BL content. But now I write about otome games and animes as well.

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    1. Yeah, it’s just that I couldn’t help but wonder if my posts are just full ramblings. That’s why I also thought of having some sort of format (??) for posts. But thank you!

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