Dear Faithful Reader (a.k.a. “Mom”):
When the firm started blogging two weeks ago I thought it would be easy. I write as a hobby and for the first week or so I banged out blog entry after blog entry on my keyboard with ease. Now, not so much. You may notice that this post is being published very late in the day after business hours. That means I’ve been struck with a case of writers’ block. That also means that I work too much (just joking, boss).
I’m also struggling a bit with which direction to take this blog. There are a lot of law-related blogs out there in cyberspace. Some comment on hot topic legal issues like gay marriage and tort reform. Some educate the reader about what to do in certain situations or what certain laws mean. Others tie into pop culture and discuss the real world legal ramifications that arise. Others push a certain group’s political agenda. Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.
A writer is nothing without their reader. If nobody reads what you write beside yourself, then what you’re actually doing is just talking to yourself. And that probably makes you a little off. So, I’m opening up the blog to you, faithful reader(s).
Tell me what you want to read about. All comments and suggestions are gladly accepted, whether you’re a daily reader, a frequent reader, or somebody who just accidentally clicked the wrong link in Google. As always, the post is free and the response is free. Go ahead, click that “comment” link. Please comply forthwith.