But what do you think of those blog endings? Do you find them good? Do they inspire you?
No, they don’t. I do see clearly that there is much room for improvement. This is also a big step I can make for my own blog. Even if I don’t use your format but create my own (which is ofcourse logic to do). I already noticed in writing my latest blogpost that I was more at ease. Using the editing cheatsheet is very valuable for me. It gives me encouragement to go on.
The suggestions you did for Alyson’s blog make a lot of sense. I felt too she had to give the reader a clue how to start. Often the art blogs I read suffer from this problem. I know what they want to say but they don’t put it that way.
Yesterday I wrote the first end-paragraph draft for my travel blog. I will edit it through-out the day in short time bits and post it tonight.
Fine Art Jewellery
Grounded in Nature