Write Or Flight

I always tout on about how starting a blog was one of the best things I ever did, and not only career wise. But it wasn’t until today that I realised yet another reason I’m more than grateful for starting this bad boy.

I love writing. I didn’t realise it until recently, but I seem to get a fair bit out of something I would previously despised doing. And apparently, I’m not too bad at it. Although I have no idea why people seem to enjoy my terribly dry, sarcastic tone. And I just realised I seem to use a lot of conjunctives at inappropriate times.

This blog probably isn’t a good example of my best work. Lately I’ve been writing for the student magazine on campus, my other blog, Marketing Magazine and a new project that will be bigger than hang over I woke up with this morning.

Now I just need to work out if it’s possible to write for the love of it… and money. Maybe I should write a book.

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  • ACCC
    Posted at May 4, 2009 12:31am, 04 May Reply

    I think the title of your previous post says so much aboout you.

  • Zac Martin
    Posted at May 4, 2009 1:29am, 04 May Reply

    @ ACCC

    Surely posting something like that is against some lame restriction you’ve implemented?

  • lauren
    Posted at May 4, 2009 6:19pm, 04 May Reply

    i think it’s hilarious that, for all the revolution in publishing that blogging has brought, EVERYONE still goes – hmm.. i’m good at this, maybe i’ll publish A BOOK!!! wtf?

  • Anonymous
    Posted at May 4, 2009 7:41pm, 04 May Reply


    You’re writing isn’t at the standard of a professional journalist or writer.

    There’s a reason they attend uni for 3+ years.

    That being said, I’m sure an editor would be able to help sculpt your work.

  • Zac Martin
    Posted at May 4, 2009 7:48pm, 04 May Reply

    @ Anonymous

    I don’t want to be a professional writer or journalist. But apparently there’s a segment out there somewhere that digs my style and thoughts. =P

  • Graham
    Posted at May 5, 2009 2:18pm, 05 May Reply

    Doesn’t writing “for the love of it… and money.” Suggest that you would be getting paid.
    Hence Professional…

  • nat
    Posted at May 5, 2009 11:47pm, 05 May Reply

    ummm…did anyone notice, in the “objective” criticism Anonymous was providing Zac, Anonymous used “You’re” incorrectly and instead should have used “your”?

  • Anonymous
    Posted at May 6, 2009 11:10pm, 06 May Reply


    “ummm” isn’t a word.

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