Writing is exciting and can sometimes be challenging and that’s alright. Sometimes writers have bad experiences, especially when their work is receiving little views and little earnings.
There are times when you have to seriously wonder how genuine the so-called fan base at this site can possibly be, when e-books over which you sweated blood before finally publishing them get – to say the very best of it – a less than lukewarm reception from the readership.
Supporting Triond Users who have become my friends and fans. Thanks to all of you who have supported my work on Triond. God Bless!
Many authors don’t look back and appreciate the people who made them who they are…
I have over came so many obstacles and let downs to become the person I am today, however I would not get as far as I am today, with out my fans, readers, and publishers. Most Importantly I want to thank Triond.
After two years of intense effort and dedicated contributions, I have at last reached a major milestone on this site.
I have been an avid contributor to this site for two years now, but the effort needed to be put in, as compared to the financial rewards on offer, really are not good enough to make it really worthwhile.
I have literally thousands of triond fans and friends, but the assumption that so many followers will guarantee plenty of daily views is completely false – the only thing that gets you certain viewing figures is good writing.
I have many days, because of my physical limitations, when I could weep with frustration, because I can no longer tend my garden as I once did, but at least there is no limit to my imagination.
When I first began writing for Triond way back when, I found not only an easy to use and helpful site but I also established a whole new network of friends who, like me, weren’t really interested in making huge amounts of money but just wanted to share their writing talents (or in my case non-talent!) with other people from around the world.