Phil: When you blog, it’s important (so I’m told) to do so regularly. That way you keep your readers interested.
Good advice, but sometimes finding a topic isn’t easy. Perhaps this should be called “Bloggers Block”.
BB is a syndrome similar to the sort of block affecting proper journalists. There is a deadline, I have to make a post today, but the screen is blank and so is my brain. Real journalists will have the same issue when the deadline for publication draws near. An editor will be hovering, wanting to know where the copy is. All I have is the Nolan nagging me – but she’s on holiday and unlikely to be reading this on the sun lounger.
I suppose I could give you another status report on Kate vs the Navy – the copy edited manuscript arrived this morning but I need more tea before I open that one up. Hopefully, this will all look good but it raises another issue – laying out the pages. In theory, I have the tools to do this properly now, let’s hope it’s quick and easy…
First, there is some work with glue’n’stuff in today’s programme of events as there is another editor waiting for my copy for work. The stuff I get paid for, so I better do it.
And the sun is shining so I’d like to go out for a walk.
Oh well, perhaps another cup of tea will help. They say the solution to Writers Block is just to write something, anything. It seems that this also cures Bloggers Block, or at least fills up a little bit of the Internet.