Anyone can blog and write a book, What title would you give your autobiography?
August 3, 2008 3:27am CST
If you're so inspired to write, you can blog and eventually write a book. Bloggers become writers and writers become bloggers eventually, because when you have a blog, you have to learn to write because you have to post original articles for the most part. If you're a writer and you're looking for a venue to write, then you have to blog as blogging allows almost anything except, adult material, racism and of course the other things that discriminate and violate human dignity. (There are adult sites though). I have blogged for more than 5 months only and now I have started writing the much dreamt of novel that I have been wishing to write since higghschool. When you have this desire, you'll be willing to work hard for it, (read topics to improve your grammar, study to learn new words, etc). The plan of an inspirational book is also in the making. If you were to write your autobiography , what title would you give it? That would be interesting to know.
• United States
6 Aug 08
Actually, I think since my main blog (yes, my MAIN blog.... I write, like, 4 of them *blush*) is rather like an autobiography I think I would keep that title. Library of Skittles Deferred It's not ACTUALLY gibberish... it really does have meaning... do I lose credit if I don't elucidate? It has to do with e.e. cummings, blessings and the the way we taught back when I was a Mormon missionary... the epitome of "you had to be there."
• United States
5 Aug 08
The title of my autobiography would be "She Came, She Saw, She Conquered" or "She Came, She Saw, She Kicked the Universe's *ss". It would be about living the best you're able to, with or without a disability, and following your dreams,
3 Aug 08
I don't blog about my personal life, as my blog is about writing for money, but I do write about myself and my personal experiences in many myLot discussions. Some of the artices I publish at Helium are also autobiographical, when I am writing about certain issues which have affected me or about my work experience. If I wrote an autobiography I would tell how isolated I felt as a child when I was picked on by other children, for being somehow different. As I grew up I felt bad about myself, and often wished I could be more like other people. Then I began to understand that it's better to be individual and important to be true to yourself. So now I don't try to conform. I can reject much of what society regards as being necessary. I'm happy to be me. I think I would have to call it something like It's Good To Be Different.