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I’m definitely not always a positive person, especially where my blog is concerned. To be honest I often wonder how I got this far and yet here I am, still going, plodding along and struggling to get by with my tiny little piece of the blogging pie that is The Tattooed Book Geek.

Yeah, you know it. It’s the blog that you are currently reading. The one that is run by that euphemism rocking, foul-mouthed and sarcastic bad influence or delicate, sweet, unassuming and blossoming flower. Really, it’s subjective and depends on who you ask!πŸ˜±πŸ˜‚πŸ˜πŸ“š

So, folks. Is Drew a euphemism rocking, foul-mouthed and sarcastic bad influence or is Drew really just a delicate, sweet, unassuming and blossoming flower?πŸ€” Answers at the end of the post.😝

Anyhow, I often struggle with the quality of my posts, or, at least, my perceived lack of where I think that everything that I post is shit. My stats suck but even if they were fantastically high and everyone told me that my post was great there would still be that one person who thinks it isn’t, yeah, you guessed it, me and that voice in my head, that little niggle of doubt that whispers (shit, shit, shit).

It’s very rare that I look at a post I’ve written and think ‘yeah, this is good‘ very very rare. I have a few posts that are funny, some hilariously so but there’s a difference between being ‘funny‘ and actually being ‘good‘.

My Reasons why a blogger declines your review request and doesn’t want you on their blog post is one and I know it’s good verging on great. Granted, if it had been on another person’s blog then the stats would have been epic (it’s also the post I was called a bad blogging influence over, yeah, hashtag, suck it) and really, it’s a post all authors should read, share and follow.

MyΒ Some musings on paid for book reviews is also another good post, I think that I came up with many valid reasons why it isn’t feasible but again, the stats and interaction sucked and I know that if it had been on another more respected and popular blog then the stats would have killed as it’s a hot topic yet because I’m only small, unpopular and lack a reputation (other than a bad one) the relevance and quality of the post didn’t matter as I’m unknown and the post went under the water.

Likewise, I wrote a post on pirating books recently called Venting: Pirating books is wrong. Yes, I admit that it was rather a rant and had some foul language (it’s 2018 it shouldn’t be an issue) but the sentiments were correct and honest and really, pirating is wrong so there was no need for the post to be polite. It’s a subject that you would think everyone could get behind even if they perhaps didn’t like the tone of the post alas, no, interaction, views and shares sucked for it. Surely, with something like a post on pirating it should fly as we should all stand together and say no to it. Was my post bad or was it down to the fact that I am a no-name blogger?? Sure, I could have been polite but that isn’t me or how I write posts yet I can’t help but think that if I was a player in the blogging game and community with a respected voice that people would have applauded and agreed with me yet because I’m me, a nobody, many people didn’t.Β 

It’s not envy, it’s just how it is and it’s not about the stats either it is simply that what would do well on another blog doesn’t do well on your own and it sucks as you know you have delivered quality content and it isn’t given the chance.

For reviews, I’d tell you that all of mine are crap compared to others as I know that I write in an informal way, repeat myself and definitely lacking in the professionalism department.

Every time I read other bloggers reviews (especially for a book I’ve reviewed) I think that mine pale in comparison and wonder what is the point when so many others can word their thoughts far better than I possibly can.

Thinking about it there’s only one review that I’ve posted this year where I can look at it and say ‘yeah, this is good’ and that’s my Ravencry (The Raven’s Mark #2) by Ed McDonald review. When I read it I can honestly say that it is just as good as any review written by any other reviewer (different in style, obviously, but just as good) even those that you would find on any of the huge, popular and respected fantasy sites.

My point is, I occasionally/often find blogging hard in the sense that I doubt what I write, it can be a struggle to press that publish button and I’m sure that I’m not alone in feeling that way?!?!πŸ€”

I’ve said that I think that everything that I write is crap and it’s true, I do but that doesn’t mean that I don’t put effort into what I post as honestly, I do. I try and put out the best post or review that I can. I might think it’s crap, you might read it and think it’s crap but I assure you that there is time and effort gone into it and that I have made it the best I possibly can.

It sucks to feel this way, really it does. It’d be great to be able to write a review or post in a matter of minutes, read through, think ‘yeah, this is great‘, schedule and post it and go away onto other things but that isn’t me. Self-doubt people, it’s a fucker!

The sad thing is that I (probably) have lots of decent reviews and posts on my blog but it hard to see them when you doubt yourself. 😦

One thing that I’ve learnt from doubting the quality of my posts is that it shows that I care. Please don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that those of you who write a blog post and post it straight away with minimal hassle and no self-doubt don’t care, far from it. I offer you the highest of fives and my praise that you have that self-belief that enables you to do it and I wish that I could.

All I’m saying is that for those of us who do doubt the quality of what we post and write that it means that we often struggle and find blogging hard (you may not see it but it’s there, hidden, lurking in the background behind our posts) and that while it is negative to feel that way there is also a positive side too.

That positive side is that for those of us who do struggle it shows that we care about our posts and our content.

We might not have the best blog posts or reviews, the most eloquent, the wordiest, the most fun, the most serious or the most debatable with the hot topics but we care, we have put out the best that we can and for us that is enough.πŸ‘πŸ“š

Another thing that I often feel is that my blog and my voice is irrelevant. I’m only a small blog, I don’t really want to be a big blog, I’m generally happy just being me. I’m not gonna lie and say that, at times (yeah, I know, stats aren’t important) that I wouldn’t love to have a popular post and see my stats skyrocket even if only once.

Likewise, I’m not gonna lie and say that it isn’t disappointing when a post that I hope will do well, doesn’t as honestly, it sucks balls. I’m sure that is something that we have all had happen to us blog posts that do better (which is always a nice surprise) than we thought they would do and blog posts that do worse than we hoped, which as I mentioned, sucks great big, hairy and salty balls.

Expectations, people, expectations, the bane of life, when they are met, it’s a great feeling and when they aren’t, you feel like shit.

Anyhow, back on track. I know my place, I’m a loner on the outskirts, a little blog, a non-entity, a nobody who wouldn’t be missed. But! That doesn’t mean that my blog and my voice don’t matter, they do. Even if it is only to me or the one or two people who read my blog my opinion, my voice and my posts matters.

We can’t all be big, popular, well-known, well respected or one of the cool and hip new blogs that everyone is talking about. No, there are those of us, like me, who will always fly under the radar and you know what my friends?!?

That’s OK, it’s fine and as long as you are happy with your blog that is all that truly matters and it is enough just being you.

So, to all those who doubt themselves, their blogs and who fly under the radar please realise and remember this…..your opinion and view is just as important and just as valid as others and that you and your blog matter.πŸ‘πŸ“š


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57 thoughts on “TTBG: Rambling. #BookBlogger #BookBloggers #BookBlog #Blogger #Bloggers #BlogPost #BlogPosts #Blog

  1. Dude I’ve been in this game for years now (had a previous blog) and your stats are way higher than mine so you’re doing something right lol just keep doing you, I follow your blog (and actually read it) because I enjoy the content. In fact most of the blogs I prefer are ones where people can just ramble on. I can gaurantee no matter how many followers someone has we are all worrying about the same things, can’t let it get to you though. Chin up buttercup πŸ˜‰

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  2. Your stats are 10x higher than mine – I’d kill (well, maybe not kill, maim maybe) to get the likes and comments that you do. Who are you comparing yourself to? There’s loads of really similar blogs on here but I love how different yours is – it makes it stand out. Just keep being yourself 😊

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    1. I’m not really comparing myself to anyone in particular and it’s more of a blanket statement. Perhaps with the fantasy review to certain new fantasy blogs and bloggers as I’ve seen people fawn over them in groups and with the other posts it’s definitely just general. Some blogs do well, others don’t and I get that. I’ve posted the posts in FB groups and got nothing, no likes or comments and yet other people who have posted similar stuff get a whole train load of comments in the group on their posts whereas people like me and others who aren’t in the in-crowd get ignored even though the posts are valid and are just as good. It just makes me feel that, at times, lots of blogs and their posts are overlooked for whatever reason when if given the chance to show it their posts are just as good and their points as valid as any other.

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      1. I get that, and I get that that’s immensely frustrating but your blogs still doing really well without the cool people being all over it (no offence to your other followers but you know what I mean). Half of these hyped up blogs only last for a few months before the blogger gets bored anyway. I don’t know about you but I was never in the in crowd and I doubt I’m going to start now. The weird people are always much more fun anyway 😊

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  3. This is a really good post (whether you believe it or not). I constantly feel like my blog, like most other areas of my life, aren’t good enough. My posts are brief and all over the place. Even when I know what I’m trying to say, half the time I can’t get it to come out quite right. Unless I’m talking about mental health stuff, I often have difficulty coming up with subject matter that everyone else hasn’t done already. Sometimes I try a little harder, other days I’m like “eh, nobody is reading this anyway.” …the point of my rambling is that I get it. And if I get it other bloggers get it, too. I often wonder if even the super popular bloggers think they suck. Some of them probably do. In a way, maybe it’s a good thing though. It keeps us striving to be better and try harder, because deep down we obviously care. If we didn’t then we v wouldn’t worry about whether or not we sucked.

    Whether you suck or not, your blog is one of my favorites and I don’t think you suck.

    And I’m apologizing in advance for any typos I missed. It’s early and my coffee is doing a piss poor job this morning. 😩

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    1. I’m not sure about the super popular bloggers. Possibly some will think that they suck and likewise, you’ll get a blogger with ten followers who oozes confidence and thinks that they are the best blogger ever.πŸ˜‚

      Yeah, that’s the conclusion that I came too, we care and that’s why we worry about sucking. It’s perhaps a weird way of looking at it but weird is cool and it’s true.

      I’d say brief posts are good. At least you don’t babble for 2,000+ words like I do.πŸ˜‚

      Lol, I didn’t see any typo’s.πŸ‘

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  4. Love this. I mean, I hate that you feel this way because I think your reviews are awesome and your blog, but I think in a way we all question ourselves. I really stink at writing and want to give up daily because I don’t feel like I have anything interesting to bring to the blogging world. I accept it and feel the same that at least I have some passion and care. My stats aren’t awesome, but oh well. Some authors don’t share my reviews. I gain followers daily who never like or comment–not sure why lol. I just let it all go. I’m happy to be where I am like you say and can care less about getting huge because who could handle loads of comments anyhow? With five kids and life in general, I struggle already to even make it to everyone’s posts and follow up to comments given. I spend a lot of time just writing mediocre reviews at that. 🀣 This doesn’t come easy for me at all, but I keep on keeping on, even with all the negative thoughts in my head.

    Anyway, sorry for the rant comment. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ You’re an asset to the blogging community and write really great reviews, imho. There’s no question about that. You always make me laugh too and that’s huge. I knew you would win that award for most funniest blogger. 😁 This post is great and thanks for sharing it.

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    1. Lol, I gain followers too who never like, comment or interact.πŸ˜‚ I can deal with the book bloggers it’s the weird blogs that start following though.πŸ˜‚

      I think all you can do is keep on keeping on and it’s what many of us do. I guess I just have off days and end up writing stuff like this as I’m a believer in it’s better out than in and I prefer writing my thoughts down and then sharing them for some reason.πŸ˜‚

      Ah, yeah, funniest blogger, seems a while ago now and I guess I can’t be funny all the time. I dunno, blogging is a funny old game.

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  5. Well, i dunno your stats, and i don’t want to be one of those super deep and philosophical people… so all i can say from my experience, if we look at ourselves thinking we are not good enough then things we do will seem not enough to us. It doesn’t matter how many people tell us it’s good and we are doing great, until that inner voice is at peace, we won’t see that.
    It’s a sort of perception a lit if people have. “I’m not so good, while others are doing so well”. When we sort out the inner conflict we have with ourself, we will feel better about what we do.
    Ok, i guess i couldn’t help it…
    I struggled lot with stuff like this, not related to blogging, but like literally everything else. I thought I’m not doing anything right, etc.
    I dunno what I’m saying help, or not, but i hope it does in some way πŸ˜ƒ

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  6. I think the main thing is – to blog because you enjoy it. Like anything we do regularly it can become more of a job,with so much to do, thinking up new content on a daily basis, and it’s easy to doubt ourselves, especially when our opinions are so widely exposed. I agree our opinions are our own and are just as important and valid as others – even if they differ, it’s all about respect for other bloggers, and opinions of others etc. Sadly, for the less patient, agreeable (insert anything else that fits here) it’s also all too easy to hide behind a computer screen, and anonymously shout abuse if someone feels like it). But that’s their issue not ours. Finally, don’t underestimate yourself πŸ™‚ Expectations of others are not your concern. Like you say, be and stay true yourself, and try not to worry about what others think. Easier said than done, I know, but at the same time, remember it’s true. X For what it’s worth, I love your posts πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks, appreciate it.πŸ˜€

      Yeah, that’s all very true now if I could figure out how to not underestimate myself it’d be all good.πŸ˜‚

      Yeah, I generally don’t worry what others think (some of the stuff I’ve wrote shows that) I just have off days and question my blog and it’s quality.

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  7. You are fine haha, more than fine honestly! I don’t see your stats per say, but I see your likes and comments and you do better than most πŸ‘πŸ˜‰ But I guess it depends on your personal goals in that area. I am obsessive and know this, so I just don’t look 90% of time because I am happier that way 🀣

    I think self doubting and comparing is a very normal part of it all that most just don’t openly talk about but completely relate to. I am never happy with my content and second guess everything even after 50 edits and it has been posted. My biggest downfall is comparisons really. I have to learn to stop that. It drags me down mentally and is silly on my part. We are not other blogs so we should not put ourselves against them. But I think it is human nature?

    Your blog is honest, had a very solid following and is you! You are doing it right in my book. Smile brother, it looks good on you 😊

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    1. Yeah, for a few posts they are good but I don’t have personal goals around it. If I did I’d have failed by now and quit.πŸ˜‚

      It’s more, I think what I write is crap and then when I do actually write either a post or review that I think is good subsequently I hope it’ll do well and then if I check and it hasn’t it sucks.

      Stuff like music Monday I know won’t do well and I don’t care. I like the post and can’t remember the last time that I checked the stats when I post it because I’m not bothered. It’s a post I like and that’s enough.

      I’ve just posted a few things and thought they’d do well and then they haven’t which sucks. I know you left some FB groups so you know all about the FB book blog groups and that’s what has gotten to me as I’ve shared the stuff in them and it’s been ignored yet a few days later others have posted similar stuff and it’s got like 100 comments in the post and it’s the same lot as ever who comment on posts and ignore those. That’s what has got to me as it makes me question what is the point in sharing the posts when they are ignored by the group.

      Yeah, comparisons suck. I do that too and always find my stuff wanting. As you say, we shouldn’t but I guess we can’t help it.

      Yeah, my blog is honest and it’s me. My blog, my rules, my voice something I’ve championed for ages and I run it how I want. I just let things get to me at times and then add in when I’m having a bad day and an off week and it all builds up.

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      1. I really hate to say here where it can be seen, but I have never benefited from those groups. I have found a few book groups I love, but the blogging ones have always felt clicky or judgmental in the “tell others how to do it way”. I avoid them πŸ˜‚ although I am sure there are great groups. But hey man, maybe they are not the right environment for you? When I left them (some that you belonged to) I felt much better. Just a thought. Anyways, stats also fluctuate on day of week, holidays, etc. Sometimes posts go up at the wrong time to get noticed. You are doing very well! Keep at it.

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      2. Yeah, I’m struggling to see the benefit of the groups too and I get you and I’ve thought about leaving them too. I might do, we’ll see. The clicky aspect gets to me as if it’s a book you are interested in or a relevant topic then it wouldn’t hurt people to check the post out but they don’t and stay with their clique rather sadly as some of those then go on to say that there aren’t cliques.πŸ™„πŸ˜‚ I reviewed a book last week, Hydra, shared that in the groups and nothing yet it’s from the publisher that they all go crazy and review for but no clique.πŸ™„πŸ˜‚

        It’s a funny old game is blogging.

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  8. I compare my reviews to those of others and I also think ‘shit, shit, shit’ …
    I just end up making myself feel like a babbling toddler at the keyboard. Other’s reviews are just so… in depth and critical and i’m typing away over here like “5/5 LOVED IT OMG SO FANTASTIC YUM!” Shouldn’t there be review police to stop people like me?

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    1. In-depth, ah, yeah, a foreign word to my style of reviewing.πŸ˜‚

      If there’s review police for you I think I nerd need blogging police for me but there’s nothing wrong with 5/5 all the time. If that’s what you feel the book deserves then it deserves it.πŸ‘

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  9. Great post Drew! While your voice may not appeal to everyone, I personally love your brutal honesty. It is entirely okay to be a small blog, I have been at it for 8 years and still have less than 100 followers. Why? I could probably do better, network more and be more active on Twitter to gain followers, but I write my blog for me and those few who care to read it. I am entirely of the opinion ‘You don’t like it, don’t read it, if you haven’t tried it, you are missing out’.

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    1. Eurgh, networking, something that I suck at and twitter. Hhhmmm, twitter is fine most of the time until it isn’t and then it sucks as people don’t seem to understand that it’s your time line so you can post what you want – a bit like a blog.πŸ˜‚

      That’s a very good opinion to have and I wasn’t ragging on small bloggers, I’m one. I just feel at times like small opinions and voices aren’t heard or even worse are ignored in favour of the bigger and more respected when everyone’s voice is valid.

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  10. I’ve found it so hard to predict what’s going to do well or not, after blogging for seven years. Sometimes I’m like, “This is amazing! This is gold!” And then no one reads it. And then something I whip up in 10 minutes because “Eh, why not?” becomes a success. So weird.

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  11. Great Post Drew. I’ve not been blogging long, 18 months, and I think it’s normal to look at other people’s posts and compare your own with them, I know I definitely do. Often think to myself “why didn’t I think of doing that” or “why can’t I write posts like them” then I give myself a kick and remind myself I have my own opinion about things and that is the essence of my blog, yes it’s my blog and therefore an extension of me. Self doubt can be demoralising and destructive if you allow it to be. I look back at some of my first posts or some that I wrote just for my own reference and see how I have improved. Blogging is a learning curve and I’m slowly learning that yes it’s a great feeling to have comments and interactions on posts that I think are good, but sometimes people see things that hadn’t occurred to me in my posts. I try to see positives in each post and try to just be me xx

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  12. I think that sense of insecurity is one that hounds a lot of people – I know over the years I have spent far too much time and energy worrying if what I am writing is worth the effort and sweat it takes to get it out of my head and put it on paper… But I’ve come to the conclusion that as it is the thing that drives me, then so be it. I know what you mean about stats – but there are regularly times when you have more comments than I have views, so you’re doing a lot better than many of us:).

    A wise person once gave me the best piece of advice I’ve ever received. I’m now going to pass it on. Be kind to yourself, Drew – being cruel never works out well, especially when you are your own victim…

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  13. Self doubt? I could write a manual on it!
    Your reviews are top quality and one of those bloggers whose posts I read and think β€˜wish I could write reviews like that’

    You probably don’t believe me.

    Back to self doubt – I always have to go back and rewrite mine, correct grammar etc etc even though it’s been shared a few times. Eeeek nightmare!

    I look at your posts sometimes and you have like 60 likes! Not that I’m checking your likes, only in passing πŸ˜‚

    Keep going Drew. You really are your own worst critic!

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  14. Drew, for what it’s worth (and like you I struggle with chronic self doubt so I’m thinking probably not a lot) in my opinion you really don’t need to worry about your blog or your stats. We do all suffer self doubt, as you rightly say because we care. We can all become bothered by stats. I write my reviews and think what a load of convoluted, overly detailed monumental clap trap (or shit if you’d prefer) and know my reviews aren’t light and sparkly enough and don’t carrying enough eeks and gifs and various other assorted acronyms. I use long boring paragraphs and repeat myself often, and I’m not sure I often reach a point…

    I shall try to do better here. Your blog is important because you love it, you wrote it and you are sharing your opinion on the things you love. Nowt else matters. No one’s reviews will be like yours as it’s not your voice. As someone else said, just do you. Award winning, well respected, potty mouthed you. Believe me I swear way more in real life (rarely manage two sentences with out some variant of the f word appearing) I just lack the balls to put it in my blog posts.

    Carry on my sweary blogger pal. Carry on.

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    1. Repeating myself is definitely my forte. Not so much in reviews but other types of posts I often repeat myself just using different words and probably too just so I can get that extra swear word and euphemism added in.πŸ˜‚

      I’ll definitely take potty mouthed and award winning but well respected, nah, can’t agree with that one.πŸ˜‚

      I hardly ever swore on my blog, then realised sod it. I swear in real life I might as well on my blog though I do try and keep it to a minimum in actual reviews but other posts away I go.πŸ˜‚

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  15. Drew, take your own advice: you matter, your views and opinions matter. I’m not going to say more since everybody else already said it (you realize how many bloggers are on your side and have your back right?) All you gotta do is look at those comments… and don’t try to spin this negatively to me, I’m not buying it!

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      1. I’m always exaggerating? Me, nuhhh I don’t think so. 😜

        I get it. My comment wasn’t meant to tear at you, I wanted to take those words that you give to others and give them back to you. I don’t care about being right, I want you to feel the words you preach. ☺️

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  16. I’m totally in the same boat. I’m amazed that anyone follows me, let alone comments. I obsess over crafting a post that is just right, and I’m always nervous to check out my stats. I really try not to get caught up in it, but we all know that seeing high numbers in views and comments is exciting.

    Keep doing you!! ❀ I love your honesty!

    Erica | Erica Robyn Reads

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    1. Yeah, I try and not get caught up init all too alas, I at times, fail. Certain posts like Music Monday I could care less about stat wise as I like doing them but it is when I think that I have written something relevant or good and subsequently hope/think that it will do well that I check the stats and then when it hasn’t it sucks. lol

      yeah, i feel the same way too about followers and comments especially with some of the stuff I write I mean, I either curse and make inappropriate posts or write claptrap like this one! πŸ™‚

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  17. I’ve noticed that the posts I spend the most time on – the ones with (in my opinion) the best thought out points, the most revision, and about subjects I know most book lovers can relate to also do absolute SHIT in the stats category. Nowadays the fact that few read those are almost liberating for me because now I’m mostly writing them for my own amusement (and as a result an having more fun with them). But it definitely has been discouraging.

    I know you probably aren’t posting this for consolation, but I’ll offer it anyway – I’ve been at this consistently since 2012, and I think your unique voice in the community bypassed my following within the first 3 months and your posts always all have at least 3 or 4 times the number of likes – more than anyone else I follow.

    So, you are doing well in the stats department for a book blog, but more importantly I think you’re also producing content your really passionate about. I’d call that successful. πŸ™‚

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    1. No, not posting for consolation more just having a bad day/week and I’m of the thought process better out than in and then on top of that it’s my blog I’ll do what I want which occasionally results in claptrap like this post.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Yeah, you’re right, I’m producing content I’m passionate about and what I like and want to post so, as you say, that’s successful.πŸ‘πŸ“šπŸ˜€

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  18. I’m going to share something Patrick Rothfuss said when I attended his event last week. He basically said that writing comes with doubt. It is normal and even beneficial to have doubt. It means you actually care about what you are writing.

    I am very similar Drew. I have little confidence in my blogging and reviewing abilities. Over this past year, I’ve really changed as a blogger. I don’t really look at statistics anymore. In all honesty, I blog for myself. Does it really matter if a post has 3 “likes” or 300? If you had known beforehand the post wasn’t going to do well, would you still have written it? For me, the answer is always yes. For example, my posts about author events I attend NEVER do well, but I LOVE writing them and sharing what I learn from the events I attend. It makes me happy.

    Don’t sweat it Drew, you’re too hard on yourself.

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