This blog is an ongoing tale of the life and times of a western woman now living in Morocco. Daily adventures and views of the world I see outside in the Kasbah Oudayas where I live and the city at large in Rabat.
I am a writer. I do freelance articles for a variety of publications, and I am writing a novel and numerous short stories.
I began the blog as a personal journal but it quickly became a public forum and I changed the tone of the post accordingly.
I only began to blog in May 2007. I am shocked at the number of readers I have attracted.
90 – 190
There is no income directly generated by my blog, but I have had several writing jobs come to me from people who have read it.
I am planning to use the entries from the blog on a non-fiction book about Morocco.
Judging by my comments section, I would say all kinds of readers. I have university students, retired professionals, stay at home dads and mums,teachers, journalist, and fellow travelers that come by regularly.
I spend anywhere from one hour to three. I find the world of blogging fascinating. I had no idea this was all ‘out here’.
It is never the same. Life here is a constant adventure, and my travels always produce some romance or adventure unexpected. I also have my days when I comment on pressing international issues, both political and humanistic.
Connect! Go out into the blogsphere and read other blogs, leave comments. Keep coming back to other blogs until you have made ‘friends’. Even after you have a goodly amount of readers, you need to get ‘out there’ every so often and read some new blogs.
This blog can be visited at http://braveheart-does-the-maghreb.com/