Friday, December 7, 2012
Okay, I Tried...
This weeks blog is still sitting on my computer waiting to be finished. Cami and Leo are having their first meeting and it is going slow. I admit it, they are keeping it close to the vest today. I think it's nerves really. Cami is worried about what Leo really wants and Leo doesn't want to come on to Dom-like and scare her away...yet, she needs to be given some limits right from the get go. So you see, writer-interuptis has happened on my end...
I did however, have something I wanted to share/ask this week. Are blogs dead? I heard this said by a fellow author I admire and it got me thinking. Are blogs falling by the wayside? And if they are, what's replacing them? I know my personal blog Serenashay.com is really slow of late, but that my be my own fault. Little time and lots of Real Life issues are pulling me in a different direction. Which, of course, may be at the heart of dying blogs. A writers life is incredibly busy between writing obligations and Home responsibilities. I love writing, but I'm a mom first so Darling Divas needs come before my blogging.
The other thing about blogging, is I find myself more and more adding things to my personal blog that I enjoy, which might not be directly related to writing, erotic or sex in any form. Am I doing my writer self a disservice? Even though I have an addiction to graphic of all types, sexy, old, unique, should I only be using ones somehow related to my writing? I hope not as I would miss sharing my photo finds with anyone who wants to see them. Plus, I suspect I really would stop blogging if I couldn't share my love of graphics.
Anyway, I should get back to enticing Cami and Leo to share, but please tell me your thoughts on blogs dying...Is it true? If so, what's taking their place? And because I love a good graphic I added some below to let you know what other Talbot's Peak couples are up to this week, at least in my head anyway. :D
Nick, of course, pulling off the old wifebeater (what a horrible name) t-shirt and Ziva wearing as little as possible. Good for you, girly. Skyclad is always welcome in Talbot's Peak.
Don't you wonder who's in charge today?
Slowly, but surely, Glenn is helping Bobbi Sue overcome her fears and she's encouraging the rest of the Doomed Love Club that love is out there if you are lucky enough to find it.
Seriously, how does Greely say no to THAT??