It’s not easy maintaining a blog, freelancing, and trying to complete a full series of works every other month when you’re just one person. Due to my own frustration in how little new content I’m able to put up on my website every week, I’ve decided to start a little something I like to call, “Wisteria’s Wondrous Wisps”.
What Do You Mean By “Wisps”?
Wisp, in this sense, is being used to describe my thoughts. Instead of publishing full-blown blog articles once every week like I have in the past, I want to try a new approach and have ‘Wisp’ blogs where I just share my thoughts on a smaller scale. This will hopefully engage readers to comment with their own thoughts, which can be a fun engagement for all.
Who’s Writing Them?
Me, of course! I’ve written every single piece featured on my website, and will of course be writing my Wisps as well! They’ll have a special page separate from my Writing, Japan, and Cat Comics pages, and should be easy to find and navigate.
How Often Will Wisps Be Made?
The ultimate goal is to have daily Wisps, but I’ll settle with every other day to start with. Much like how I’ve trained myself to write a full series in as little as a month, I’m sure I can get into the swing of writing a Wisp a day in no time.
Where Can We Read About Them?
On my website! As said above, I’ll be making a new page all about WWW (Wisteria’s Wondrous Wisps)! This article will actually be the first to be featured there! As I have automatic updates through Twitter for every new article that goes onto my website, those who follow me (@WisteriaDJones) will be updated every time a new Wisp has been published. Followers can just click the link to read and comment on Wisps.
Why Should We Care?
To care, or not to care, that’s entirely up to you, dear reader. I’m hopeful that by providing new content on my website as often as I can that I can engage with more readers, writers, and others that want to interact with me through my website. By writing more content, those that visit my blog have more opportunities to chime in and get the conversation flowing.
As I want to start adding more than just a blog or two a week to my website, I’ve decided that one of the easiest ways to do so is by introducing Wisps. Hopefully by producing constant content I’ll be able to engage with audiences in a way that my longer pieces never could! At the very least, I’m excited to try!