"Why don't he write?" It was my mom's favorite line from Dances With Wolves. She used it every chance she got. That line is one of the two things I remember from the movie. "Why don't he write?" and when the horse gets killed. (I was really into horses when I was little so anytime a movie had a horse that died I was in tears. To this day I refuse to watch The NeverEnding Story.) Today though, the line brought up a good question, one I had seen a few other blogs muse about.
I want readers to comment, tell me their thoughts on my post or ask a question of their own. It's all any author of a blog asks. Still, a lot of times readers pass over commenting. Why I ask. Is my post not interesting to warrant a comment? Is all you can think of commenting a simple, "Nice post."? Are you even reading my blog? Am I not giving any incentive to comment? What is it?
I really do want to know. What keeps you, the reader, from posting a comment? Post it in the comments section! I made this blog for motivation and to connect. I want to connect with my readers. I want to see those simple "I enjoyed this post." comments. Hell, I'll even go for a "Wow, I really didn't dig that Sunday Sample." Please, let's talk. Isn't that what blogs are about?