Plug

June 24th 2015

Today I wrote a blog post for somebody else. It was a post about football/soccer/futbol, depending on your geographic location, which is why I didn’t want to upload it onto this blog. I don’t want this blog to be about football, because this blog is about me. 

Instead, I will link you to it

Obviously I’d only suggest you read it if you have any interest in football, if you don’t, then you should just continue reading this post instead. 

I plugged the piece quite a bit on Twitter because I wanted as many people as possible to read it, but I was scared. I was scared that people would tell me that it was bad, that I wasn’t any good at writing. It was the first time I’d ever written anything like that, so to be honest, I thought it’d be awful. 

But it went down really well, I got a lot of positive comments about it which included such compliments as ‘easy read’ and ‘enjoyable’ and ‘very good’ what I really wanted, oddly, was criticism. But I didn’t get any. The closest I got to being criticise was when someone said it started quite slowly, but the rest of it was fantastic. 

I’ll take that. 

It was just weird to have people read something I’ve written. 

Obviously I’m aware that people read these day to day posts, but this felt different. This felt more official. I’m always terrified of people reading my stuff, because I’m terrified of the thought of it not being good enough. 

If I want to write for a living, I guess I’ll have to get used to people reading what I write. In fact, I think it’s kind of necessary. 

Until tomorrow, one final plug. 

Jacn

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4 thoughts on “Plug

  1. Sara J. says:

    Sorry – I’m gonna comment on your football post here. This line screams Gooner: “Whether he scored it, or he made the pass that led to the goal, or he made the pass that led to the pass that led to the pass that led to the goal.”
    But here’s the criticism, and it’s not for your writing because that’s very good. It’s that Özil is not a mathematician, he’s talented, intuitive, brilliantly LAZY. His hold up plays and little flicks happen far too coincidentally for me to believe they’re calculated. We could do a Twitter search for #mesutyunoshoot and probably get some solid results.
    Back to you. You’re a great writer. Keep going.

  2. Primus Reviews- Games and Gains says:

    I will say though it’s nice to see somebody other than Ronaldo, Neymar and or Messi getting all the attention.

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