I've been making a point of being more active on the interwebs once I became a "professional" writer. I make sure to post a special "Wisdom of Ophelia" once a week on Twitter (and then Facebook and Tumblr) and share post that I like with my audience and audience in potentia.
While doing all this, I realized that I haven't actually posted anything here on my blog in a couple of months!
I didn't mean to ignore the blog. I guess I just haven't had anything to say that wasn't around the size of a tweet or a picture that I have drawn. I know that you can post pictures here but it doesn't seem, well, appropriate to just have pictures here.
I always thought of a blog as a place that you share ideas in a more detailed way. Now, I'm before I get into this next portion of my tirade, let me preface it by saying that I'm not saying that other blogs do what I am about to describe en masse. I'm not one for whining or reading a long rant about problems that aren't really problems but are because they make the writer annoyed and/or upset. Nor am I one who thinks that I have all the answers in regards to the problems in and of this world.
With all that being said. I wonder what a blog should talk about. I think the most opinionated post I have here is my defense of the video game Metroid: Other M. While I enjoy playing video games, I don't think most anyone would really care about my current game of the month.
Or maybe you do. Perhaps you take the opinion of other gamers over that of critics who seem to be bought a paid for by those they are supposed to be reviewing in an unbiased manner. But then, video games aren't something I devote 100% of my time to, either. I mean, I do have to take time to eat and write my books, short stories and draw some pictures, right?
So this blog can go all over the place when it comes to subject matter. That still begs the question of how often should one post before a blog becomes derelict?