An Open Letter to My Readers

Hi everybody!

I’ve been doing this for a for a while, and I wanted to remove the wall for a moment and thank everyone who’s joined me on this selfish road of mine to becoming a better artist. When I started posting my writings, it was mainly because I didn’t wanna feel like I wasted money on buying a domain name. I could’ve just as easily have bought a REALLY big notebook and kept my growth and experiments private. But I chose to fail in public, not expecting to get any readers, and now I’m close to 250. Some of you, like E.I. Wong and Damyanti, have been around for ages. Some of you, like robertsonwrites, have just found me today. All of you are valid, though, because you thought that my selfish writings are interesting enough to keep coming back and see what else I do. And though I have over 200 readers, not everyone shows that they’ve read what I’ve posted. And those few don’t like everything I post. Some would find that crippling, but I’m grateful. I know that not everything I do will be liked by varying degrees, so getting that fact bludgeoned in my head every weekday is fantastic training. Thanks, really.

Like I said earlier, I wanna pull back the veil for this post. This works both ways. I’d like you all to tell me what you think of what I’ve done. Your favorite or least-favorite posts. Whatever you wanna say is fine. Good, bad, elating, destructive: anything. I’ll reply to everyone who posts something, and they’ll go beyond the “Aw gee, thanks.” As Just Being Me can attest, I’m a great comment section conversationalist. If you’re daring enough, you can read the 24,000+-word thread we have buried in an old post. I won’t make it easy for you, but I will say that it’s enDEARing. So, don’t be shy. I can talk about anything and everything, be goofy and serious. Hope to hear from you soon.


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