If a writer saves the best content for Triond, what does that leave for a personal blog?
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Recently, I’ve found myself in a dilemma that other writers on Triond may also have. I’ve found myself publishing my best articles on Triond and ending up with scraps for my personal blog. It’s my belief that a writer comes up with only so many good writing ideas a week and all of my good writing ideas end up on Triond.
The purpose of my personal blog is to send hits to my Triond articles and flash fiction stories. The blog was set up months before I discovered Triond so that the blog has over 900 postings, mainly the best articles and flash fiction I could write at the time they were posted; but when I opened my Triond Account my best stuff went to Triond.
Now, the blog is nothing more than a way station for potential hits for Triond. Lately, my blog posts are something like: Welcome to the Gazette. Here you will find some of the best flash fiction stories and articles about writing on the Internet. Just go to the sidebar on the right and click on (the hyper links to my Triond content) what you like.
Sometimes inspiration will strike and I’ll include the weather or make some comment on a national or local event or throw in an observation about sex.
Sadly, my blog has become the Marketing Department for my Triond content.