When I started this blog, I honestly did not know what I would write about. I opened the account on Blogger in August at the recommendation of my blogging inspiration Godless Poutine, and I had no idea what I would post about, there was no one certain focus to it in the beginning. I wondered if I would shut down my blogging experiment after a few weeks, and without any readers.
telling the story of my fundamentalist past, both here, and on other blogs, as well as exposing dangerous cults like the IFB and Sovereign Grace Ministries.
I will continue to post on these topics, it's important for me to do so, it actually has helped me confront my past (and start to recover), and the horrible abuse in groups like the IFB needs to be exposed to the world. Talking about these topics has also been popular with you, my readers, it seems you all are hungry for more information on cult groups (even though it can be shocking and heart breaking at times), and want to know more about fundamentalism from a first hand perspective. Though it can be hard to write on these topics sometimes, I don't regret doing it.
Lately, however, I have been thinking that is not the only thing I want myself and my blog to be known for. I have tried talking about other topics, and I have been successful at times, but that was mostly posts on philosophy or religion in general, stray outside those lines, and posts get very little views.
I'm usually disappointed when a post gets very few views, not out of a sense of frustration or wounded ego, but I get this strange feeling that I've let the readers down. (I'm odd I know). I'm trying to find a topic or topics that's just as meaningful to me, and something that you as a reader will find meaningful as well, but it's a struggle trying to find something that fits. The blog needs more than just one focus, I think, I don't know if you agree (let me know in comments or on Google + ).
I'm still thinking this over, but in the meantime, I'll keep writing......