Day 5: Disappointment

The 100 Day Writing Project

When I started this journey 5 days ago, I was brimming with hope as I had two whole readers on Day 1 and I was just hoping for 3 readers the next day and so on and so forth. But its day 5 and reader count is zero. Nada. Zilch. I’m thoroughly disappointed and asking myself if there is any point in continuing? But then what did I expect after getting back to blogging after so long? And what do I have to lose? Confidence? Well I don’t have much of it anyway, so here goes nothing. This journey shall continue, no matter what. Wish me luck!

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