Ego’s Blog Challenge – Our Goals

via Ego’s Blog Challenge – Our Goals

I don’t really know what my goals are other than to write. I need to write, I need to write. I’m one of those kinds of people that wrap my identity in my function like many men.

I am not Kennel Master.

I am not a person.

I am a function of my own choice. Thus I am a writer.

I have a blog because I thought it would be a way to connect to my fellow writers. I’m doing a poor job of it, If anything I’ve become far more distant. I’m starting to wonder if I’m wrong about how I’ve been handling writing. I want it to be social I want it to be a connection but at the end of the day I can’t really engage with my fellow writers as much or how I would like.

I want to write. In five years, I want people to give me money regularly because they love the stories I weave for them. In ten years, I want to write a story that I can feel content with sharing as a physical book.

I’ve gotten to the point that I’m looking at my weakness as a writer and a person. I’m mentally isolated and while I’m independent in my day to day living. I like comrades in shared interest.

2020. This is the year I set myself, If I don’t see progress I’ll find other interests because I failed at this one. I will put everything into this even if it means driving away people.

I’m tired but I’m going to keep going. I’m no one else but a writer so I wanna bring a few more smiles or erections to people while I figure this shit out.




4 thoughts on “Ego’s Blog Challenge – Our Goals

  1. Well I think you’re doing a good job as a writer. I’m excited to see where you plan to take things, I want to see what you decide to publish. I believe you can do it and want to see your future creations. 🙂

  2. I’d like to point out that everything I’ve ever read from you invokes emotion. Thank you for being brutally honest. It’s nice to know that other writers struggle too.


    You have a very unique way of writing that I appreciate. You tell stories, incorporate sex [but don’t always zero in on it as if it’s the only thing to be read}, and you put emotion behind the characters. You create with such craft and skill that I’d hate to see it disappear forever.

    Your creations are something that I wish I could make even half as well as you do. Don’t give up! Have faith in the knowledge that people want to read what you have and that we need role models like you to show us the way and encourage to keep pressing forward.

    I’m thinking of Ma-sheen at the moment. I’ve recently started in on this story and can’t imagine what it would be like if you never finished it. I picture that card you post every so often. You know, the one with the disappearing panda character? Yeah, that one. You can’t give up on Ma-sheen. Her story is a great one that deserves to be told.

    With socially reaching out to fellow writers, I’d say that you do a remarkable job with what you’ve done so far. It can only get better from here. I mean, here’s a thought. You have given me a desire to dive into a genre I never thought I’d be great at. I’m saying you give hope. Hope that we all can do things that we never thought were possible. Ask yourself how many people you want to reach. Then do it. Minus one, of course, because you’ve already convinced me.

    Thank you for being real with us and thank you for your dedication to your craft. I look forward to your future five and ten-year plan. It’s gonna be great. (:

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