Well, there's a group on BlogCatalog called Real Bloggers United that seems to have essentially the same goal. They have an associated blog, and solicit posts from members each month. I submitted a post on the August theme of "holiday".
Writing a post for Another Blog was an interesting experience. I hadn't fully realized how much I depend on the context associated with my blog - that is, the ability to link to my own posts, and the fact that you folks know that I'm a crazy person who likes the smell of gasoline and mothballs in my perfume, and the whole fried chicken thing. And bacon. (In fact, I'm growing a post on bacon right now.) Writing a post without that context to draw from was odd. It's probably a good exercise for me as a writer, but it's odd all the same.
And now that that post is written, I find that now my brain is including that post in the soupy mental mishmash of things to draw from in writing possible future posts. So, I want to point to it.
Also, if any of you wanted to wander over to that group to talk blogging, I'd be delighted. While the Will To Discuss is there, the forum hasn't yet reached the critical mass needed for regular discussion, and it would be nice if it did.
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