What the Spam?

I decided to check my blog’s spam mail the other day and found the following comments.

“Buy should this be actually the place to inquire nonetheless do you everyone has any sort of just what if where to use a few ghost writers?”

“We has to hang out mastering extra or possibly figuring out additional.”

What in the name of spam are they talking about?

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Hemingway on Writing

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My favorite quotes from this book are:

All good books are alike in that they are truer then if they had really happened and after you are finished reading one you will feel that all that happened to you and afterwards it belongs to you; the good and the bad, the ecstasy, the remorses and sorrow, the people and the places and how the weather was.

As a man you know who is right and who is wrong.  You have to make decisions and enforce them.  As a writer you should not judge.  You should understand.

Blogging Makes You Smarter

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I bought this t-shirt from Amazon, because I enjoy blogging and I agree with the message.  Blogging is a great way to develop new skills and it can even make you smarter.

  • Blogging increases creativity, since you are always on the look out for new material, stories, artwork, or photography to share with your followers.
  • Blogging improves your writing skills and each post must be edited for grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
  • Blogging requires a certain amount of computer skills.
  • Blogging also results in the need to conduct research and increases knowledge on various topics.

There are a lot of benefits to blogging.  If you have others to add to my list, let me know in the comment section.

What do you write about when you can find nothing to worth writing about?

What do you write about when you can find nothing to worth writing about?

Life can become commonplace, mundane, and even boring.  Maybe there is something in the unremarkable aspects of life worth writing about.  Maybe I should pay more attention to the world around me, so I can find the extraordinary in the ordinary.