This blog’s purpose

photo by David Campbell

Story-telling (whether the stories are true or made-up) is a thing you’re taught, just as … boys and girls are taught essay writing.  The difference is that people want to hear the stories, whereas I never heard of anyone who wanted to read the essays.

~ The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis

I want to reach out to people through my writing and hear their opinions.   My blog will discuss various topics, personal and impersonal.  I promise to be honest and straightforward in my blog, with decency in my writing as one of my top priorities.  I only ask my readers to do the same, especially when they decide to post commentary.  No foul or vulgar language, please.  Otherwise, the sky’s the limit.  I hope to become a writer, and my blog can be the start of that.  Thank you to all who decide to take the time to read my work. I plan to write here on my blog as often as I can.  All writing holds secrets, mainly that being the key to the writer’s heart.  My blog’s web address even holds a secret.

Anyway, if you’re tired of reading why I decided to create my blog and just want to see if I am in fact good at writing to any degree, you can return to my homepage by clicking on the title of my blog at the very top of this page or any place within my blog when you’re browsing.

Natalie Gorna

5 thoughts on “This blog’s purpose

  1. Scéal Milis July 5, 2018 / 11:43

    Hey just discovered your blog while I was researching reviews of the film Parked for a post I’m working on (I’m an Irish film student) Really enjoyed your review and perspective on the film. Looking forward to reading more of your stuff 🙂


    • Natalie Gorna July 6, 2018 / 11:07

      Hi and welcome! Thanks for stopping by – I’m happy you enjoyed my review! I really loved Parked; it’s a special indie film. Best of luck on your research and post!


  2. BoWe June 10, 2013 / 16:57

    “Go Natalie Go!”
    Now the story: Once upon a time, I was pounding trees seedlings in the ground (as usually like a machine) when a bunch of “dirty” French Canadian tree-planters yelled at me from the passing truck: “Go Bolek, Go!”. Since I spoke English very little I thought the are insulting me. I cursed them back “Lord, make the Canadian government to ban the poutine”. Later, I learned I was twice wrong. “Go Bolek Go” was a spontaneous explosion of admiration for my tree-planting skills. And poutine is like the Eva’s apple from the garden of paradise. Try it, but only once !


  3. tayeeb December 24, 2011 / 04:31

    I like your style. 🙂 Way to go..I hope you become a great writer!!!


    • Natalie Gorna December 24, 2011 / 09:15

      Thank you for reading my blog and thanks for your hopes and wishes! 🙂


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