Blogging (or not) About the Process

I have decided that blogging about the process of writing is silly. I got off social media specifically to avoid trolls thinking they have suddenly become political and social philosophers we should listen to simply because they are shouting. I think that guest posting on blogs is a rabbit hole, and most of the time the information isn’t useful. No one cares about my hobbies, my dog, my anniversary, or a hot new recipe I got off the food channel. I know I don’t.

When it comes to blogging about the writing process itself, I tried that and looking back, I don’t like it. Isn’t the purpose of writing to create a world, or in terms of goals more writer-specific, to put our very best out there, edited, poured over, sculpted, and polished to the point that it better demonstrates our questions about socio-political issues and relevant psychological paradox? Why then would I blog about all the behind the scenes stuff I had to do to get there?

I have a blog here. I don’t know what I will blog about in the future, but if you want to know about my writing, buy the ever loving, mother-fucking books.

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About maronovitz2015

Michael Aronovitz published his first collection titled Seven Deadly Pleasures through Hippocampus Press in 2009. His first novel Alice Walks came out in a hardcover edition by Centipede Press in 2013, and Dark Renaissance Books published the paperback version in 2014. Aronovitz’s second collection, The Voices in Our Heads was published by Horrified Press in 2014, and The Witch of the Wood, came out through Hippocampus Press in early 2015. Aronovitz’s first young adult novel Becky’s Kiss will be appearing through Vinspire Press in the fall of 2015 and his third hard core adult horror novel titled Phantom Effect will be published by Night Shade Books in the fall of 2015. Michael Aronovitz is a college professor of English and lives with his wife and son in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.
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