I know, it goes against the core principles of real blogging: Being concerned with what others think of your blog, and what you write.
But I ain't no real blogger, and I never much followed the rules. Rules about things like blogging were established by people much cooler and in the know that I'll ever be.
The truth is, I am interested in what other people think of The Film Geek. I like hearing from people regarding my comments on movies, and how many of those movies (Basic Instinct 2 being an exception) have effected me in some way. And besides, I do need a place to store my rants about Oprah.
Please! Make it stop!
Yep, I write The Film Geek because I really do enjoy the people who stop by. It may sound cheesy, but I appreciate the folks who are regular visitors, and I get a kick out of those anonymous readers who stumble upon this site because one day they wondered what happened to Meeno Peluce.
When I first wrote a brief paragraph about the movie Elizabethtown last February, I recall being painfully aware that I didn't have an identity. I didn't have my own voice. I also was uncertain what to expect, and would not have predicted that-- one year later-- I would have written 322 posts, commented on 95 movies and developed relationships with a diverse community of bloggers.
You helped me find my voice, and you made the year really interesting.