Sometimes there are things you can’t even talk about with your closet friends and in the most familiar surroundings. You worry that you may offend someone you care about. You are concerned about what people may think of you or it may just be too painful to share. This is true in our real lives but also can be true of our blogging lives. As much as many of us feel our blogs are our space, where we can be honest, there are some topics that we avoid.
It became clear during a number of Twitter conversations that many people wanted to write anonymously, or at least not have the post appear on their own blog. So, some of us started to discuss how we could make this possible for people.
We wanted to offer a safe and friendly place for people to be able to write without fear of recriminations and be able to retain their anonymity. A place you could find some existing readers and a hand to hold as you revealed your story.
We’ve spent the last few weeks discussing how best to do this and getting things organised and at last we are ready to announce that Blognonymous has been born!
Blognonymous is made up of: