I Surpassed 10,000 Views
I Surpassed 10,000 Views
I just wanted to take a moment to thank all of my readers, all of my followers, and everyone who comments on my website. I appreciate you taking the time out of your busy day to read what I have written. Thank you for clicking on the little “Follow” button, the “Like” button, and the “rating” button. I always love reading what people have to say about what I write, and I have always done my best to respond to each and every comment in a timely manner. I enjoy any and all feedback. I hope that you will keep coming back for more. Thank you for all of your support!
When I first started writing for this website, I would just post things here and there. I didn’t really start getting into it until after about 3 months. I would procrastinate and get too lazy to write anything. A few times I went weeks without writing a thing. Then I noticed that people started reading what I had written, and this made me want to write more.
You have all been my motivation. You have all kept me constantly thinking about what to write and wishing I could somehow figure out a way to dedicate all of my time to writing. I would write about movies all day if given the chance. But, of course, that is not possible because I still have to pay the bills. If I could somehow make it work though, that would truly be living the dream.
I always feel like I have so much more to write about. This month I have tried to post at least one thing each day. So far, I have only missed 4 days. For me, that is pretty good. It’s a start. I don’t always have much time to post a whole review, so I might just post an upcoming preview and write about it. It has now just become me writing about anything having to do with my obsession with movies. Movies are what I do.
I have so many more reviews waiting to be written. I have not been able to keep up writing a review on each movie that I watch. However, I have been able to keep up on writing reviews on the new movies that I see in theatres.
I spend a lot of time critiquing what I write because I want it to be at least somewhat entertaining. I don’t want to just say that I watched a movie, it was good, go watch it, and here’s my rating. I try to give you something worth reading, but I don’t want you to get halfway through reading one of my reviews and think that I am too longwinded. I try to be quick and to the point. There is nothing worse than someone who goes on and on to the point of boring their readers. I hope that my writing is at least somewhat readable.
Yesterday I had the highest amount of views on my website in one day (424) and I surpassed 10,000 total views on the same day. (I am currently at 10,110 total views.) I am proud of this progress and I thank you for it.
I started this website on November 29th 2012, so it has been just a few days shy of 6 months. I don’t know what the future will bring, but hopefully I will be there writing about movies. Most of all, I hope that you will be there to read what I have written.
Now I will leave you with pictures from movies that I was thinking about while writing this. Can you name each of the movies pictured? Have you seen them all?
Posted on May 27, 2013, in brockingmovies News and tagged Film, Gratitude, Movies, read, Writing. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
Congrats dude!! 🙂
Thank you Tyson!
424 visitors in one day? Wow! Congrats!
Thanks Cindy! I couldn’t believe that when it happened.
Yay! …Writing is (or can be) an addiction.
Yes it can. Especially when the words are flowing.
Well done sir!
Thank you Claratsi!
Very clever Brock. It’s hard to stay fresh and new but at least you are attempting to and in the process you are becoming more creative and more interesting.
Keep up the good work…….BTW, “Pain and Gain” really did suck!!
Well thank you for commenting Dad! I do appreciate your input : )
With what the filmmakers had to work with, I think that they did a decent job on Pain & Gain. It’s hard to believe that the real people that the characters in the movie are based upon could be so scuzzy, but unfortunately that is the world that we live in. I think the actors did a good job with what they had to work with and Michael Bay did a great job turning a bad story into something entertaining. You did say that you hated Mark Wahlberg in that movie, and I think that just goes to show that he played his part well.