“James Herbert is writing a blog entry.”
Does that interest you? In fact, since you are reading this entry, I can give you an update on that:
“James Herbert has now published a blog entry.”
Perhaps you would be more interested if I told you something you couldn’t work out for yourself:
“James Herbert is looking forward to enjoying the culinary skills of Ladan’s aunt this evening.”
I have always had the feeling that blogging one’s daily thoughts on a blog, tweeting one’s moves on twitter and updating one’s status on Facebook is to presume one’s life to be fascinating to a significant number of Internet users.
For this reason the bulk of my blog posts, when I was more active as a blogger, leaned more toward being news stories about the Baha’i Faith, but then the number of people and sources providing such news increased and, again, I found myself asking why people should find my version to be worth reading when there are now several official versions available at the same time.
I want to start bogging again, about life, Ladan, the Baha’i Faith, and technology, but have a hesitance about being too presumptuous that I have a voice worth hearing, that others will be interested in what I am interested in. I also do not want to write things about circumstances I am in that upset other people for the wrong reasons, as has happened with my Ladan updates in the past. So, I am coming back, but this is why it has been a slow and sporadic journey.