Blogging Makes You Write A LOT More Than Most People

November 9, 2006 – 10:29 am

by Darren

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Before I started blogging, I didn’t right much. Now it’s all I do. I guess this is a good thing. But now it has me thinking: if I’m writing every day, maybe I should right something like a book or a screenplay and get paid a lot more money that earning nickles on clicks. Hmm, not a bad idea. And I guess that’s one side benefit of blogging: at least I write so much now that I can honestly think of writing something different than a blog.

The funny thing is, the other day I caught a blog post (where I just don’t remembers), and it was about a guy who has been writing books for 25 years now. He claims there’s no money in it, at all. He’s quitting the job of writing books to become…..a blogger! Haha. What the hell is this twisted world coming to?

So I write basically daily and rarely if ever miss. I wonder if this is truly the road to great writing skills. Only time will tell. But I think I will start working on a screenplay soon. Because those still pay VERY WELL.

Has blogging made you write more than usual?

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    1. One Response to “Blogging Makes You Write A LOT More Than Most People”

    2. Hell yeah, I’ve never been a big writer my spelling and grammer sucked.

      So i thought i should try blogging to improve my writing and maybe retake my English test’s later on in life.

      Thinking about the book writing their is a name popping up in my head O’reilly he has a wide variety of books and he must be making loads out of them, their on sale at Amazon to Ebay!

      By Sharky on Nov 11, 2006

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