Friday, January 16, 2015 14:57

Fairytale News | Originality.




This is something I struggle with. I’m always busy with my content and trying to come up with new ideas, but sometimes I’m stuck. It’s hard to be original and unique, especially when you have the feeling almost everything has been done. I enjoy writing my discussion posts, but at the same time I don’t want to use popular/overused topics all the time.

While I’m very proud of my blog, there are moments I’m a bit jealous of the endless posts from people. I admired them for coming up with things I wish I thought of – and I wish I could be as inspiring as them. At the moment I’m busy with real life, like you might know I started my internship, and I’m still trying to figure out a good balance between reading, life and blog posts. I feel a bit empty when it comes to discussion posts.

Most of my inspiration comes from things I see on the internet, my own personal experiences or things people around me say. Examples of this posts are when I talked about bullying and the wrong use of the word, my life growing up as a reader and my love for Disney. But there are moments I’m scared to fall into repetition or the worst thing I’m afraid of: that people get bored of my content.

I'm happy that I came up with my movie feature, because I can spread my Disney love, and I have some posts coming up about things like popularity, the 'best' posts and second reading chances. My question is, how do you come up with new content? And are there certain topics you want to see here, like more personal things?


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Mel@thedailyprophecy

Mel is a microbiology technician who is obsessed with Disney, fairytale retellings and fantasy. If she's not reading or blogging, she's either busy with gaming, hanging out with family or watching a TV show. She loves summer and bright nail polish. One of her dreams is to travel the world. She has found her Prince Charming and they are together for 7+ years.

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  1. I get you Mel, I really do. I struggle all the time to come up with content, especially since I like my discussions weekly because honestly, they're my favourite thing to write. But it's so hard to keep original and I personally don't want to subject everyone to the same old thing. Heck, I don't want to subject myself to the same old thing. And so it kind of drives me up the wall and I guess sometimes I'm really hard on myself and it stresses me the hell out. I'm really busy for February and so I've kind of got those post planned out but honestly, the future's murky. I could foresee Feb. The rest of the year? Not so much. Uni's going to start and I don't know how I'm going to handle it, tbh. I want to make content that I'm proud of, but at this stage, I'm just going with the flow. The future's so unclear for me.

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    1. I love your posts Jess. You always have such an intelligent tone in your posts. Yes, that's mostly it. It's not only I don't want to bore my audience; I want to keep it fun for myself. I want to be proud of my content too.

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  2. Hey :)

    I get what you mean! I really wanna do more discussion posts, but when it comes to choose a topic, I feel insecure. I don't know what to write about. There're some things I really wanna write about, for example what I think about finishing a series or how I rate books. But there all kinda boring, because everyone writes about them and I really wish I could find a new topic, that hasn't been dicussed a hundred times. But I don't how to find inspiration for new topics.
    Sometimes I get ideas when I'm in a challenge, e.g. because of your Fairytale retelling challenge, I wrote 3 discussion posts in two days and can't wait to post them on my blog :) I'm really happy when I find something to discuss, so I think challenges can be a good thing.
    Sometimes when I read a book, I come up with a lot of discussion ideas, but they're always including spoilers, so I don't write them, although I really want to. Maybe you have a idea to fix that problem? I know, I could write a spoiler warning, but I don't like the fact that only a few people could read my discussion post because the other ones don't want to be spoilered.
    Discussion post I really would like to read....If I could answer this question, I porbably would use the topic on my own :D Maybe you finde some more Fairytale inspired thins you can write about. For example, I wrote a post about why I'm so critical with new fairtale adaptations. Maybe you could write a discussion post about that, too! I'd love to hear what is in important for you when it comes to new fairytale adaptations (movie and book)!

    Kuecki :)

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    1. It's funny, because I always tell people that they should post discussion posts no matter what, because your voice makes it unique. But when it comes to myself, I feel like I'm overusing a topic, haha.

      That is a fun idea! Thanks Kuecki :)

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  3. I am with you on this! It is so hard to regularly come up with original blog content.
    What is my solution? I have none, I just go with the flow and post irregular features whenever an idea strikes me. I refuse to stress myself. Plus, whenever I try very hard to come up with something original, my mind is blank.
    Sorry I am no help, but you are definitely not alone with your struggles!

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  4. I hear you loud and clear! I think this is something all bloggers suffer from, and my only advice would be keep it real. As long as the real you get through your posts, it will always bring a new perspective to the discussion, and your readers won't be bored, because what we like the most is that something extra we can only find here. I have to agree that it is indeed hard to be original and unique, and I do feel like everyone around me is better at it than me. So I try to focus and talk about the things I know. Bring a different perspective and keep my eyes open. inspiration can come in the most weird forms an places.

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    1. You are so right Valeria, thank you. I think you are right about bringing your own perspective and voice.

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  5. I can totally relate to you!There are a lot of times when I've almost written an entire post,then deleted everything because I felt like it's already been written before.I have a craving to be unique,and I really want my posts to be original and new,but that's so hard with the amount of book blogs and discussion posts that are in the blogosphere already.
    That's why I think it's easier to write posts that are non bookish and personal.Don't get me wrong,I totally love writing about books and anything bookish,but still the confidence I have when I write a personal post is never there when I write a bookish one.

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    1. Personal posts are great too! It's nice to get to know the blogger better :)

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  6. This is very very true. Even if you come up with an idea all on your own, chances are someone has already done it before you. There's really no true originality here, but it's original in a way, because it's written by different people, and that always makes things different.

    I get inspired by other bloggers, the internet, personal things, books, and writing. And then I have to write them down, otherwise I'll forget :P

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    1. That is true! But I still have a feeling there is a difference between a used and overused topic. Some discussion subjects are so popular and I'd like to avoid that if I can.

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  7. I don't know if originality exists anymore to be honest. We all take inspiration from people, from things we see or the things we do, but it's how we interpret them that gets people interested. I think people come for you, and they care about what you think. Honestly, I'd say talk what you want to talk about, how you want to say it, this blog is your outlet, it's your space, you do whatever you like and never feel bad about Mel, okay? This in itself is a fantastic post, you should be proud! :)

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    1. That is so kind of you to say Amanda, thank you. You are definitely right about that, I should remember that.

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  8. It is really difficult to come up with new ideas for new blog features or discussion posts. There are so many blogs out there that just about every single idea has already been taken. I think what really matters is your own unique spin that you put on a topic. No matter how overused the topic may be, putting your own spin on it can still make it entertaining.

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  9. I totally understand this!! I have that problem sometimes. I have creativity block or I see someone come up with such a great post discussion or an awesome event and think "Why can't I think of something creative?!" I love your posts Mel, I'll read any and everything you post <33

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  10. I think thats definitely the blogger struggle. I too find myself becoming envious of ideas others have come up with, though i really try to nip that feeling in the bud when i can, And I struggle to come up with new ideas, and to post often enough. I think for me it's always about being constantly inspired and open minded. I think one thing you could do is write a bit of a reply to these posts by other bloggers as a blog post. You could maybe partake in some debate posts, where one blogger is pro lovetriange and the other isn't (lame example i know). I have seen so many cool ideas out there, lists and pictue posts and songs to go with books etcc. I think i would like to see something about jane austen or the "manic pixie dream girl" phenomenon.

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    1. Making a post about all the replies here is a really good idea, I'll do that!

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  11. YES TO THIS MEL. I totally understand this. I'm at the point where I no longer want my own blog, but would like to join someone else and blog together. It would be more fun. I struggle a lot with finding new things to post about. I mostly just do reviews now, 'cause I don't really have much experience with understanding how to gain a following. It's hard to be original in your reviews, let alone come up with a meme/original post that doesn't unintentionally start to look like some other's blogger's already written post. You know? BRAIN WORK. COME ON DAMMIT. My sympathies Mel. Really, I mean this.

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    1. Co-blogging always looks like much fun and I think it's great when two people combine their forces :D

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  12. I FEEL YOUR PAIN. Sometimes I feel so inferior to other bloggers because I just lack original content a huge chunk of the time. I've actually just started jotting ideas down in a new notebook I bought - every time I get a spark of an idea, down it goes. It's hard jostling life, reading, and blogging, so anything I write down, whether it be a whole idea or not, helps. Lately I feel I've been posting too much personal content - I don't want to bore my readers away :)

    Rosie xx
    http://www.rosiereads.com

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    1. But your personal content is great! I really like reading it. I'm currently trying out an app I've found on another blog, Wunderlist, to put down my ideas. It might help.

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  13. Girl I tend to have the same problem :( I want to be original with my posts but sometimes I just cannot think of an original topic at all and it frustrates me. It's major awkward when you write a post just to discover it's already been written and in the end, you look like you've just copied the blogger or something. I think, I come up with the best ideas in the middle of the night at like 3am hah. Also, sometimes I've thought of post ideas when I'm just talking with other bloggers. I LOVE your disney feature so keep it up, Mel xD

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  14. Oh yes, as vast as the book blogging community gets, it gets harder to be original and want to do something only to discover it's been done before. But what I've found works for me is writing down post ideas as they pop up in my mind and then sit and elaborate on them later on. That's basically how I come up with all my discussion posts.

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  15. I think whatever is that you’re comfortable to share with then that’s ok. Be it a personal thing or on certain topic. I guess it is inevitable to share/post similar content with other bloggers, but your personal & honest opinion about it made it all different—that’s your own words. :D

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    1. Haha, I know and I stand behind those words, but sometimes I want MORE than only being unique because of my voice, you see? :p

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  16. Hey, I'm a new reader and I just wanted to say that your blog looks pretty cool and I'm going to be a returning reader from now on c:
    Also, let me know if you want to do the whole follow on GFC thing c:
    Amy;
    Little Moon Elephant

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  17. I completely get this! Sometimes I think of a fun discussion topic and then notice that someone already covered it two weeks ago. That's why I like to mix in non-bookish things, and also have my features that mix up archaeology, video games etc with books.

    I think your posts are always wonderful and you don't need to worry :) You inject your personality into your posts so they will always be original!

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    1. I really like that you tackle all those different topics on your blog & thank you Rinn, that's very good to hear :)

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  18. I struggle with originality too. That's why I stopped doing my discussion posts for the longest time, and was afraid to start any new features, because it felt like I was always ripping someone off. Not intentionally of course but I was positive that everything I went to try and do had been done before, and probably done better than I was capable of doing it.

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  19. Hugs. <3 Just wanted to say that I think you are amazing Mel. And I adore your blog and all your posts SO MUCH. And I'm all kinds of jealous of you, hih, as I haven't been able to think up anything I want to blog about that is special and unique :p And you have been able to come up with so much. <3 You are the best. I hope you will continue to blog for a long time sweetie :) Cause I adore you. <3

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    1. Thank you Carina and I'm not planning to go away for a long time! :)

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  20. I totally understand how hard it can be to be original. I saw your fairytale feature and I thought 'holy crap why didn't I think of that?' but as bloggers, we can't do everything which is what I had to learn to accept. Plus, I doubt I could do it better than you anyway.

    This is such a great post and I found it so relatable.

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  21. I know what you mean about the balance thing. Don't worry about people thinking your posts are boring! If they do, they're dumb. lol jk. But seriously, I think if you are satisfied with your posts and blog and originality, it shows and you will attract those followers :D
    As far as how to come up with new content..it's a toughie. I don't mind using overused topics sometimes, if I know I have an original angle to push with it or I REALLY need to discuss it! Lately I've been coming up with too many ideas and not enough time to type them out! Or posts that would do better with like two people writing different aspects of them.
    If you want, we should do a guest post thing! I would be happy to give you some of my ideas for discussion/guest posts. I just love guest posts! Sometimes it's fun to just daydream or wonder about a book and then before you know it you really are thinking along the lines of a discussion post! If you have trouble picking a book to kind of "daydream" or muse about until you find a topic, I suggest looking towards the books that have a huge polarity in ratings. The LOVE IT or HATE IT books. Those usually are because of a central issue that people vehemently disagree or feel strongly about. Think about why and run with it! I guarantee most of those books have a potential discussion post just waiting to be found by you :D
    Hope this helps!

    -Diamond @ Dee's Reads

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    1. That is all very helpful Diamond! I'm definitely going to keep your suggestion for guest post things open :D! I've never tried that 'daydreaming' around a book before, but that's so true. Books are the best inspiration for posts.

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  22. Oh, I feel you. I am always googling to make sure no one else has posted the same thing, and am constantly trying to come up with new ideas, but I don't feel that creative in general. And like you, I worry about people getting bored.

    I find though that when you share stuff, no matter what it is really, there's someone out there who can relate. Like with this post, it seems a LOT of us are right there with you. So sometimes, for me, it is just as simple as being honest about what is going on with me, just like you are doing now. So I think you are doing amazing, just by putting yourself out there :)
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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  23. I think a lot of bloggers can relate to this, Mel. I'd be lying if I said everyone's discussion topics are different, but what makes them unique is YOUR voice and YOUR opinion. That's what sets it apart from all the discussion posts/any types of posts. Don't stress about it! Sometimes I find myself thinking hard of a new blog post or feature to write about, but nothing comes up...but when I DON'T think about it, that's when all the crazy ideas pop up. Just let it come to you!

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    1. You are right, I might be pushing myself too hard to come up with discussion posts. Perhaps I should just let go for a while and work on other stuff ^^

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  24. Oh I feel you, Mel! I think originality is a problem that all bloggers face and yes, there are definitely (not-so-proud) moments when I have been envious of others for thinking of ideas first.

    The internet's a pretty big place and finding something that's not been done before is honestly pretty tough. But as a blog reader I don't mind reading a topic that's been done previously as long as the writer puts his/her own unique spin on it. As a blogger, this is what I constantly try to achieve.

    Something what makes it easier for me to come up with new blog post ideas is carrying a notebook with me always. I think there are plenty of amazing ideas that we can draw from our own life itself. We just need to look a little harder and a think a little differently. So whenever come up with something (no matter how crazy it is) write it down. Couple of days later you'll have a list of some great blog post ideas! :)

    Honestly, I love what The Daily Prophecy offers so keep doing that and just write whatever feels like 'you'. :D

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    1. I recently downloaded an app, so I hope this will help me to remember things. Thanks for the advice and compliment <3

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  25. I really struggle with this too but for me it's mostly an issue of time. I have a few ideas I'd like to explore but I struggle to find time to spend developing them. I have managed to keep up with discussions but I can't say some of the topics haven't been talked about before. But usually if I have a thought or see something that I care to elaborate on and want to hear other's opinions on - that's what turns into a discussion for me.

    I can say that I have never gotten bored with your content and think you provide a good mix of reviews, discussions and features. I am always looking forward to reading your posts! If blogging has taught me anything its not to worry so much about what other people are doing, just focus on what makes you happy!

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    1. Awhhh, thanks Nicole, I'm happy to hear that :) I hope you'll find the time to write those ideas, because I'm curious to see what you'll come up with!

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  26. Usually I don't try to force discussion posts, I just start writing one once I think of a good topic idea that come to me randomly. I really don't think originality is something to stress over when comparing yourself to other blogs because there are too many blogs out there and most discussion topics have probably already been covered. I think everyone is too unique in their own experiences and personalities to ever really have a "duplicate" discussion post.

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  27. I know what you mean! Sometimes I sit down to write a blog post and there is just ZERO inspiration. I also admire the bloggers that seem to have original and witty content almost every day. I wonder where it comes from - I really do! As for how I come up with new content, I really don't know how it happens. I guess I'll just be thinking of something that has been on my mind for a while, or that I want to hear thoughts on and I'll try and expand it into a post. But that doesn't always work - sometimes there are just no ideas floating around in my head.

    I love your content, Mel, so I am sure you have nothing too much to worry about! <3

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    1. Thanks Chiara <3 I think it's important for both of us to just go with the flow!

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  28. I struggle with the same thing. Like, I would like to do more discussion posts, but I feel like everything has been said and it's all been said BETTER than I could ever say it. That's not a good attitude to have though and it comes from a place of insecurity I guess. The truth is, I - and all of your readers, I'm sure - am interested in your thoughts on topics even if they are already well discussed topics. I just love reading your point of view, and of course I love Disney-themed posts and personal posts too :)

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  29. Please work comment, PLEASE!! It's hard not to struggle with this but you do SUCH a great job! Just keep staying true to what you like.

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  30. This is such a struggle for me too. I feel like I need to come up with SOMETHING to make my blog stand out and keep things interesting, but at the moment I don't have any great ideas. And I feel like I'm not all that great at (or even interested in) discussion posts. :/ So, yeah, right now I mostly do reviews, TTT, and Stacking the Shelves. It's what I'm comfortable with right now, and I like doing those posts. But I am worried about how little I'm contributing. :/

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  31. Honestly, I think this is something almost every blogger copes with. I think your blog is awesome. You do a great job, I enjoy reading your reviews and posts immensely. As for me, I just do what I do. Inspiration for discussion posts come from every day life. Things that other people say, comments they make on my reading habits. Or when I'm at home and I'm pondering about something it can just finds it way to my blog.
    I only write discussion posts when I feel like writing one. Don't have a lot of them, but (I like to think) when I do write one, its a good one, and good content.
    Just do what you normally do... you (and your blog) are awesome!

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    1. You know, this brings me on an idea. I might just go and talk to my boyfriend about certain things that has to do with reading. Maybe his insight as a non-reader will provide me with interesting stuff to talk about. And thank you <3

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  32. Mel you do a wonderful job of keeping your blog original and don't you ever doubt yourself for one second! That being said, coming from someone who is STILL struggling to get a discussion topic feature off the ground, I understand where you're coming from: it's tough to find stuff to talk about that hasn't been done, redone and overdone. ESPECIALLY when real life gets busy (like it is for you and for me atm) with crazy work, studies, life, whatever. No matter what you do though, you always do it completely dedicated and with your own voice. You're awesome and so is the blog - keep up the good work :D xx

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    1. This comment made me smile, you always manage to brighten my day with your sweet words Micheline!

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  33. The weird thing is, the more original discussion posts I write, the more my brain is geared for it and they just come to me. It could be something that I've been thinking about after reading someone else's posts and coming up with a different angle or opinion, or even lingering thoughts after a book. It's definitely hard to think up something on the spot though, which is why I schedule my posts in advance. Happy blogging Mel!

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  34. As usual, more relatable posts from you, Mel! (Gosh, you're awesome.)

    If it helps, I do think your blog is really, really original -- mostly for the reasons you mentioned. I've been blogging for around three years and I still haven't come across another book blog that's as obsessed with fairytales as you are, nor another blogger who's as amazing as leaving comments as you are. You may feel frustrated with yourself and not being able to come up with good discussion posts, but I just want you to know that I think you're doing a brilliant job with balancing life and blogging, and I really admire you for that. :)

    But back to the topic at hand... Yup, I definitely do face the struggle of coming up with really unique and original discussion posts. It's hard, because sometimes the things I want to talk about have been talked about loads of times on other blogs, so even though I have an opinion, I feel less comfortable sharing it because I'm afraid people may be tired of reading posts on that topic. And sometimes I come up with what I think is a good discussion post, only to feel self-conscious that it might be offending or boring or just plain weird.

    So, how do I come up with new content? Um, well, this is based on the hope that my blog IS original and unique despite the thousands of other book blogs out there, haha, but I feel like my current blogging schedule helps a lot. I don't follow a fixed schedule right now. I just post whenever I want, with whatever I want, and so far it's been working great because I'm not restricted by what post on what day, or stuff like that. And I feel like it's helped my creative juices to flow better, sort of. And also, I try to write discussion posts that have more to do with MY struggles. I try not to discuss about "general bookworm struggles," because there's bound to be a truckload of posts like that. So I manage to keep things both personal and unique at the same time. (Well, I'm hoping it seemed that way, anyway. xD)

    Don't worry, though -- like I said, you're doing great! But I'll be crossing my fingers for your internship and that things will settle down into a good pattern soon for you. <3

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    1. <3 That is so sweet, thank you Meg. If there is one thing I love about my blog, it's how it shows my love for Disney and fairytales. I think you have interesting content all the time! I like your personal approach.

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  35. This is definitely a problem of mine as well, Mel! (Hey, that rhymed.) I see some fantastic bloggers like Mitchii, Jess and Larissa putting out some unique and intriguing discussion posts, while I constantly struggle to find a decent, non-too-common topic to talk about.

    And sometimes, I want to say something about a particularly common topic (ex. book boyfriends and stereotypes), but I usually don't push through with these since I'm afraid that readers will think I'm unoriginal.

    But personally, I do love your discussion posts! And your Disney-related posts. ^_^

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  36. You know I say ultimately if you want to write about it - write about it. I don't care if four other people have already written about a topic - what if I didn't bother to read their posts. Just because you stumbled on them before doesn't mean the folks that follow you have so if you want to write about a topic that pops into your head at midnight DO IT! I know that I will. I really don't care if someone else has covered a certain topic because I likely didn't even see them write about it lol. Plus all of our opinions are different and much of everyone's blogs get frequently by different sorts of people due to our reading and writing tastes all being different as well.

    Yes its lovely to have original content but I'm ultimately of the mind that it's my blog and I'm going to post about the things that I'm thinking about or curious about so I can express my opinions. Because if I do happen to stumble upon another blog that discussed the same or similar topic who's going to see my comment other then that person and maybe a few of the readers that also read the discussion and likes to read comments like I do.

    Don't beat yourself up I always enjoy your discussion posts!

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    1. That is true Tabitha, I think I should let go of that feeling of wanting to be original all the time. My opinion is perhaps unique enough :)

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  37. Great discussion post! I feel like it's definitely really hard to be original, but at the same time, even if someone has done a topic before, it's not you. Nobody's post will ever be the same as yours. Everyone has a slightly different take on things, or they have different examples to share, or they just present things in a different way. Plus, it's not like all bloggers have read all the blog posts in the world, so I believe that there will always be at least one or two people who will find your post interesting! And if there is, then that's enough. There's really no need to be 'original', because true originality, as in coming up with an idea no one has ever come up with before, is probably impossible. Everything has been done, but that doesn't matter, because that doesn't mean that all of us have seen everything that's been done.

    So yes. I wouldn't worry about originality too much! :D

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    1. You are right Cynthia, thanks for the feedback!

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  38. I envy Nose Graze sometimes because she can help people out and make a post by getting people to ask her things! Like, there's a post idea given to you, and people would want to read it! *sighs* We just can't all be coding goddesses.

    I come up with post ideas, but I let them sit in my head, and some I forget, and some stay. Hooray! But I only post a discussion once a week, most of the time, so I'm not really strained for a discussion post. I have far too many reviews to write right now.

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  39. Mel, I LOVE YOUR POSTS! Even though creative ideas are always awesome, the way you take on ideas is just as important. Even if the idea has been done multiple times before. I love reading posts just because a blogger has a lovely writing style.

    But I totally know what you mean! I do STS and TTT and I feel like they don't give a lot of room for creativity or unique ideas you know? I try to do discussions but I don't want to do a discussion every single week either. :P I really wish I could help you more but I'm the same place as you LOL!

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  40. Originality is HARD!! But Mel- your posts are always so fun to read! I love them!! I know how you feel, though. It's easy to start writing a new post and then just kind of realise that the blogosphere is so big, someone's bound to have already done it. That feeling definitely sucks!

    I try to just blog about what I want to do. Hopefully, if I've enjoyed putting effort into a post, people will enjoy that too! I also try and mix things up a little... Which reminds me - I need to start planning my blogoversary!! XD

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