I have quite a few ideas for future blogging projects. Some of these are ideas I’ve had for years now and others are newer ideas. It’s easy to continue updating this blog, since it’s already all set up, but starting completely new websites feels like quite a large task. To make sure I actually get around to doing these at some point, I thought I’d share some of them in today’s blog post:
- What to Eat in Bath: Eating out is one of my favourite things to do. Bath is one of my favourite places. I’d love to have a website where I review different meals in all of the different restaurants and cafes in Bath. If I worked with a friend, they could write about the non-vegetarian meals, while I focused on the vegetarian ones. Perhaps I could incorporate the Pizza Creature.
- The Waltons Reviews: I’d like to review every episode of The Waltons, as well as its novel and film precursors. Also, the children’s books and the novelisations. And the Christmas albums. Not as many people are as insanely obsessed with The Waltons as I am. Maybe I could even have a section for fan fiction reviews.
- Doctor Who Reviews: The “Whoniverse” is very good indeed and it’s pretty big too. Aside from the hundreds and hundreds of episodes that make up the TV show, there’s also the numerous novel series, comic series, radio dramas, spin-offs, video games and more. I could categorise things based on Doctor, too. Along with The Waltons, Doctor Who is one of my absolute favourite things.
- Blogging as a Fictional Character: I’ve often thought that it would be quite fun to use the blogging format to tell more of a story. I have a character in mind (that I’ve created) who it would be quite fun to blog as. It’s a bit experimental for me, but I think it could yield some good results.
My goal is to launch at least one of these other blogs by the end of the year. Now that I’ve written that on something I’ve published publicly, I’ll be letting myself down if I don’t do it! Of course, I’ll never stop updating this main blog, I just want to try some new things in the near future.