Daily Discussion with BQB – I Have Lost the Will to Blog

It’s getting harder and harder to keep bringing the 7 eyes of 3.5 readers to this wonderful site.  Also, I’m no spring chicken.

I’m unsure of the future.  Perhaps I will turn over the keys of BQB HQ to my arch-nemesis, the International War Criminal/Incredibly Boring Snow Monster, “The Yeti.”

Perhaps I will dump a bottle of hot sauce on my head, then go swimming in a shark tank.

Maybe I will ask Fergie to serenade me.  No, scratch that.  Fergie is a national treasure.  Screw you all for making fun of that goddess.  She brought us so much joy with her humps, surely we can spot her one error in judgment.

I think I’ll just lie down in my backyard.  Watch the butterflies flap their wings and let caterpillars crawl all over me until the moss and grass just grow over me and consume me.

Perhaps none of that is necessary to not blog anymore.  Or maybe I’ll sub-contract the blog out to some hired help.  Maybe I’ll just watch movies and eat pizza and hire a team of sentient iguana typists to write this blog for me and I’ll pay them in flies.

Surely, they couldn’t do any worse.

What say you, 3.5 readers?

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13 thoughts on “Daily Discussion with BQB – I Have Lost the Will to Blog

  1. Well, why do you blog? Attention? Fame? Fun? Do it for why you like it.

  2. Dakota Kemp says:

    Don’t stop writing! I mean, yeah, maybe it is time to ease off blogging, but only because it’s time to do what you actually want to do: write novels. That’s the goal, right? You’ve got a fanbase; I’ve seen your twitter following. (Nearly 8,000 followers, BQB? Really? How the hell did you do that?) Those fans – along with your 3.5 blog readers – are a great foundation for you to begin putting out good novels. So just shift focus. More time spent on your books, less on the blog. You’ve got a following, buddy. Give ’em a novel or three to enjoy.

    Just my two cents, for what it’s worth. Two cents isn’t much money these days, after all. Keep your head up and don’t get discouraged!

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