Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The Well of Inspiration Has Dried Up

Hello to everyone!  I have been rather absent from the blogging world lately, which has a simple reason behind it: I have *no* idea what to post.  Therefore, I'm going to take a page out of Melody's book and ask my lovely readers for ideas.  If you have something you would like me to ramble on about, or a question (if it's not too personal), please comment on this post and let me know.  The comment box will close on March 30th, and I will make it a goal to write on at least three of the ideas during the month of April. 
I'm not quite sure how to end this rather dull post, so I guess I'll just end it here. :P  Cheerio!


Eva said...

Always like to help a dear friend in need, soooooo...STEVEROGERSSTEVERROGERSSTEVEROGERS.


I think you may want a little more than that, right? ;)

Here are my serious suggestions - your favorite Disney songs, a list of all your favorite musicals, favorite literary heroines/heroes, interviews (interview MEEEEEE ;)), and a post defending Loki (hey, wait, maybe you should do that for The Big Project? Thoughts? I'll include in the FBP email I'll be sending you soon so we can remember it).

TTFN and keep Mad Hattering and eating SANDWICHES!


AnElvenPrincess said...

Ah yes, isn't that just the most irritating thing? Like, you want to blog, but ideas for posts are non-existent. :P
As for ideas though... have you made anything lately? Something crafty, a recipe, etc.? Those are always fun to write up... Or you could simply write a post about what your typical day normally consists of!
Hope your "blogger's block" goes away soon! ;)

Mònica said...

Aw, that's too bad! I'm not good at ideas, but maybe a [thing] vs. [other thing] post? That's all I got. I hope your block doesn't last too long. :)

Joan said...

You could write about your favorite music (to play, listen etc.)

Livia Rachelle said...

Book review, movies reviews, comparisons. I am hoping to do a Hunger Games week and include my opinions I wrote down earlier when I first read the book and saw the first movie . . . pulling out old opinions are hilarious, you could compare and contrast changing view or two movies, the Pride and Prejudice ones are a bit old, but Persuasion, Sense and Sensibility, Emma (I really want to do this because my favorite is everybody's least favorite, the little mentioned Mark Strong and Kate Beckinsale one). You could always do a book to movie comparison too.
Themes from period dramas (a proposal one could be absolutely hilarious or sweet depending on the take).

serena said...

Well, I just nominated you for the Liebster Award, so there's one post! :)

Zoë said...

I might suggest The Music Man, as I've only seen it in play form once and would like to know more about any movie versions in existence.

Also, anything pertaining to Tolkien would be read with great enthusiasm - perhaps something about The Silmarillion? :)

Looking forward to reading your upcoming posts!