Writing with no audience in mind

Do you have an ideal reader in mind, while writing your posts? I don’t. If you stick around and browse through my posts, you’ll notice the randomness of them all. It’s like going into a market where you can find nearly everything. Not a supermarket, but an open market, like the ones in Eastern Europe, where vendors are trying to sell their products in most unexpected ways. Same are my posts, trying to grab your attention.

When I write something, I don’t think about my reader, because they (readers) always come from different worlds, have different interests. My contradictory ideas are getting global and they speak to people in different ways. And since I change my mind quite a lot, I can’t please the same audience all the time :).

Take for example the books I read, they are all different. I can read a book about autism, one about introverts and a psychological thriller simultaneously. Here’s a peek into my Goodreads library, just to get the idea :

goodreads library_edited

Same goes with my writing. It’s a chaos where I can find my peace and comfort. A world  were nothing makes sense, still everything is strangely connected. So as long as there are people who stick around, I feel like I made my light shine bright enough to gather other lights. And light is always stronger than dark.

To rest my case, I write for the bright minds whose lights are growing stronger each day. A bit metaphorical, but I’m sure you got it.

This post was written as a response to Blogging101 

Today’s Assignment: publish a post you’d like your ideal audience member to read, and include a new-to-you element in it.

Published by Mesca

There are more than enough things you can find about me if you read my blog :)...

5 thoughts on “Writing with no audience in mind

  1. I do the same. I write for me, and in some strange way, people seem to find it and relate to it. I mean like, people from India read my blog, and I don’t know anyone in that country. Guess we’re doing something right.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: