Why do we need another blog about books?
What exactly is The Novel Way?
What if no one reads this?
These are the questions rattling around my head for the past month or so since I’ve decided to create this blog. In truth, I’ve always had this blog. Go ahead, look at the archives… I’ll wait. It was always just something I did for me and a few friends who knew about it. No Facebook pages, no Instagram accounts… just the words. Reading and writing have always just gone hand in hand for me, and while I always wanted a bigger audience, I was
probably too afraid of what other people would think to put myself out there. The phrase what other people think should be removed from our thought process.
So, back to the questions and the ever present WHY? Why do we need another book blog? Short answer, we don’t. Just like we don’t need another parenting blog or healthy living blog. There are certainly great ones out there, right? But this won’t stop other people from starting new ones every single day.
The Novel Way isn’t just about books. It’s about life. It’s about finding time in your day to do more things you love, like reading. I spent too many years miserable in a job that made me feel like there was no way out. Like nothing I did would ever make a difference. I just thought that was the way it was supposed to be. Then I left, and a different world opened up to me. No, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies. There are those sweet baby Jesus
moments days when I’m counting down the hours till naptime. But, the one thing I’ve learned about myself is that making a difference is important to me. I like to help others find a book or solve a problem. It’s literally in my DNA. And If I can make you smile or laugh along the way, well that would be perfection.
So, yeah… that’s why. My goal is to inspire you… to read, to try a different perspective, to make your load a little lighter.
If I can get one person to feel happier after reading something I wrote, then HELL YES I’m in. Love a book I recommend, please leave a comment. If this isn’t for you, that’s okay.
Either way, thanks for reading 🙂
See you next time!