I've never considered myself to be a big fan of blogging, which is funny because I spent a great deal of my adolescence posting things on Myspace and Facebook. I even went as far as to set up a DeviantArt account to post the hundreds of poems collecting virtual dust on my hard drive. These were often accompanied by updates on what was going on in my life, or the equivalent of an online journal. When that wasn't enough, I joined Critique Circle to feed my already insatiable desire to talk about nothing in particular, and while I made great improvements on my writing style and technique, I ran rampant on the forums.
If I had taken any amount of time to consider the number of words I shared with my "friends" on a regular basis, I might have realized that I was already accomplishing what many people hope for when they begin a blog: to share their thoughts, stories, and ideas to people all over the world. Once I realized this was the case, I warmed up to the idea of starting a blog, decided it was an excellent idea, and promptly forgot about it.
Several months and a bought of writer's block later, here I am, doing what I've done every other time I couldn't stand to look at the world of fiction I've created: rambling. There will be a lot of rambling. Whether or not it helps me in the end, or entertains anyone in the least, I couldn't say, but it's worth a try.
I hope you don't mind coming along for the ride.