David Amulet, R.I.P.?
In just over three years, this blog has offered more than 200 posts and—with only a few exceptions—has been more fun than I expected.
It’s also been taken precious time away from paying clients while becoming (I suspect) decreasingly entertaining for you as I’ve put less time and energy into each posting.
I started this site as a venue to practice different humor writing tricks. And you have been a wonderful audience, allowing me to see how an unbiased set of readers reacts to varied angles on things. Looking back, as objectively as I can, most of my early posts weren’t too bad.
Over time, however, I’ve found myself slipping into posting for the sake of posting, putting things up that have little imagination or purpose.
And I hate blogs like that.
So I need your help while I’m away for the next ten days on vacation.
Although I’ve seen many bloggers come and go since July 2005, some of you have been blogging as long as I have—and a few of you have been at it even longer. Assuming that you lack rich uncles paying you for your efforts, how have you kept going?
Let me know what keeps your fires burning. It just may rekindle mine.