Monica Leigh is a professional writer, speaker, and consultant on self-awareness. Her book, Self-Awareness: 10 Simple Principles for Rediscovering Who You Really Are, was published by Hachette in 2004. In 2008, she was a finalist for the Hachette Book Awards for her novel, The Secret Life of Bees. Her most recent book is a memoir about her life in New York City.
When I first started using a blog, I had no idea how to start. I had to jump in and learn everything, so I ended up with a lot of questions and a lot of frustration. I thought it would be easier to start if I just put the questions on the blog. So my first question was “How do I start a blog?” and my second was “What do I put on a blog?” I had no idea.
When you first start a blog, it’s hard to know what to put on it. It’s so easy to start a blog and then delete it. If you put too many question marks on a post, then you’re leaving yourself wide open to people who just want to see an opinionated comment that they can say anything they want about your blog. So there’s a good trick here, and it’s pretty simple, just start with a question and then put the rest of it into categories.
Monica Leigh is the girl who first posted on the blog that she was going to be a singer so she could play in the band that she’s currently in. Now she’s a solo singer, but she is still going to have her blog on her blog, so that she doesn’t have to go and post a new post every few hours. She’s decided to change her blog’s design and get rid of her own question marks.
Monica’s story has been a bit of a mystery, so I decided to ask her a question. She had no idea to what she was going to do in Deathloop, so she decided to write some of the mystery bits for her blog. She wrote up some of her own mystery bits and that is what she did.
The blog is now gone, but her mystery bits are still up.
The new blog design and question mark-free blog will probably not last long. But if you’re on my blog, you know I have to have some new stuff up.
I love that she’s using her blog to write her own mystery bits. I think it might be because she’s such a smart cookie that she can write a few of her own mysteries. But that’s okay. She can use her blog to write her mysteries. It’s not my blog, so I don’t have to edit it for her.
Monica will be writing her mystery bits on her new blog, and on her old blog she will occasionally post her mystery bits. But I suspect that her mystery bits will be more like the blog posts she did last year. She will have a new blog design, but I suspect that she will use the old design for a very different purpose.
I would love to see Monica’s blog get a redesign, or a new theme. I would also love to see her mystery bits get new themes, so she can write her mysteries more frequently. I find that her mystery bits are my new favorite mystery bits. And I can already tell she will be a very good mystery writer.