I love blogging because of all the wonderful people that I've met. In the beginning, my posts were all about the things I was learning. I used to share about great posts I would find and explain my take on them. I'm still learning things and expect to continue to learn things as I write.
Once I signed a book contract, the demands on my time ramped up. The nature of my blog changed because I simply can't get around as much as I used to. I miss that. I miss the people I used to interact with more often.
More and more, it seemed like my blog was all about cover reveals and book releases. That's not a bad thing. I love celebrating with them and helping to get the word out. But was that the only thing my blog was going to be?
During this hiatus, one of the things I've been doing is rethinking how I do things here. I've decided to start posting twice a week. Here's the plan:
Mondays will be for me. I'll do what I've always done and talk about whatever. Maybe I'll share brilliant posts again (not mine, of course).
Wednesdays (first one of each month) will be for my IWSG posts.
Fridays, I'll be posting spotlights of cover reveals, book launches, or book reviews. Since these seem to come out in bunches, there could be Fridays with multiple books.
What about your blog? Has it morphed over time? What are you doing to keep it fresh?