If I may, I’d love to request some feedback from anyone who reads (and presumably enjoys) my Vox blog.
Over the past year I’ve developed a passion for baking. Not nearly as obsessive as my passion for books, but I do love to bake. :)
Baking is a very fun hobby for me, and I’ve been wanting to post more about baking: photos and recipes of what I’ve made lately and how it turned out, tips for others getting started with baking, baking supply product reviews and posts about baking/cook books.
According to my tags, I’ve posted five posts labeled “baking” on here in the past. (Not including this one.) So I’m hoping and assuming that with just five baking posts in the past 2+ years if you weren’t interested in baking, it’s not a lot to skip over. :)
But now I’d like to post more about baking, and have been wondering if I should start a separate blog for it. However, I do think baking and books go nicely together. After all, there’s no better way to enjoy your baked goods than with a hot cup of coffee and a good book. And my blog is called Books, The Universe, and Everything, so it technically fits. :) But the majority of my posting is about books and reading, and I would hate to alienate any neighbors/followers/friends by having a blog that can’t make up its mind what it would like to be about. Also, the baking posts might make more sense on their own blog, where I could organize things differently.
So – here are my questions to you, if you happen to read and enjoy my blog on any sort of regular basis and would like to leave a comment with your opinions:
1. Would it be annoying to read more posts about baking? (And for reference, I don’t anticipate a huge number of baking posts – I don’t bake that much – usually around 3 to 4 times per month)
2. If I did decide my baking posts would work better on a separate baking blog, it would probably not be on Vox. Would you be interested in and/or read that blog too, or no thanks?
3. If I made a separate Baking blog and cross posted to this blog occasionally, would that be mega-annoying?
4. Which option (everything here, or two separate blogs) would you actually prefer?
Thank you thank you thank you in advance for any comments/advice/opinions!
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