Okay, so that wasn’t a good idea.

I must admit that my change of blog title didn’t sit well with me, but I was thinking outside of the box. Normally, I’m comfortable with that as I’m a bit of an outsider. But for the sake of marketing I thought my new title was a fun one, and maybe it would attract more attention and readers.

Silly me 🤦‍♀️.

Come on Paula. What sort of attention did you real think it would attract?

Things are not always what they seem

Okay, think about what that word means and conjures up. It’s a negative word that describe a woman and her character. A streetwalker, a loose woman with loose morals. A tramp, a hustler, a promiscuous woman.

In this date and age, you would think most followers would’ve read my blog and understand that one small word Slut doesn’t mean that I’m a woman with loose morals who enjoy looking a men with their cocks in their hands. If the gentleman in question, had used his brain instead of his manhood and read my writing postings he would’ve understood that I was hustling up business for a book marketing campaign.

Now it’s back to the drawing broad as I try to come up with a new title for this blog.

This morning, I woke early and began to scribbling down a short story idea. I’m just hoping I can read my notes. It’s a random, totally off the wall story. I shall tell you more about it in the future.

Today, I start a new page on the blog. I’m opening up a page where I interview writers and authors with my blog tour guest page. Please check in later.

Have a great day,

Best wishes always,

Paula R.C.

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  1. Hi Paula. I never minded the new title and thought it was funny because I hardly ever think of you as a slut (ha ha) but I admire your ability to recognize when something isn’t working and reacting quickly to make a change. Good for you! The phrase trying to put a square peg into a round hole came to my mind. Sometimes one just has to move on. I’m looking forward to seeing what you come up with for a new title!

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    1. Thank you, Jim. I was just hustling myself around on Twitter so I thought I’d try some humour, but the attention I got wasn’t what I was expecting 🤷‍♀️🤦‍♀️

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