So what’s my niche? I honestly don’t know.
I write about this, that, and the other. Most of the things I write about are factual, but I like to exercise my creative side sometimes, so I also write fiction, and as I term it, triction (fictionalised truth). I write about my family, and about retailers. I usually write about retailers only when I’m cheesed off with them. TH stopped accepting UK credit cards, can you beat that? I’ll do a post on John Lewis soon. They absolutely rock, and are the best retailers by a clear mile.
I write about current affairs sometimes, although by the time I have mulled it over and gotten round to writing, the affairs are no longer that current. I write about my family, mainly my children, as I find them extremely fascinating. I write about my faith, most times obliquely. I write about my friends. Oh, and I write about cooking, past, present and future.
I love to read. The Bible, crime thrillers,mysteries, fiction generally sha, cookbooks and other blogs. Some blogs crack me up, some inspire me, and some are just so deep I don’t get them. I try to leave comments as often as I can, and only when I have something meaningful to say. Comments are a way of letting the writers know they should keep putting pen to paper because I like reading what they’ve written (hint, hint). I watch TV programmes, but not on telly. I loved The Unit, and 24. Shame both shows have ended their runs. I hear The Unit got too expensive to produce. Might it have been because of all the ammunition expended in each episode? War costs lives. Real lives. I like legal shenanigans; Boston Legal, Damages, Raising the Bar, The Good Wife, Outlaw…anything that involves courtroom drama, I’ll watch. I acquire them from across the pond. Dark Blue, Burn Notice, Glee, Gossip Girl, Glee, Army Wives, The Closer… okay, I’m stopping here. Don’t want to give the impression I watch too much telly. Technically I don’t though, because I watch it on my laptop. So there.
I like shopping. Online shopping that is. The thought of pushing the buggy round a supermarket is just not it. I do my grocery shopping online, or T does it in the store, or we do it together as a family. The last time I tried on clothes in a store was well over a year ago, I needed a few maternity tops. Since then, all clothes shopping has been via the worldwideweb.
So back to my niche. What is it? I honestly don’t know. But I guess you now know a little more about me than you did. Thanks for stopping by.