Review 379

When you spend enough time analyzing websites and tearing them apart, the line between “good” and “bad” becomes rather subjective. Confessions Of An Invisible Girl made me remember what is good about a weblog.

Maggie writes in a very personal manner and conveys her thoughts and emotions amazingly well. Her posts have substance, which is something that is often lacking in most weblogs. And furthermore, I actually enjoyed reading it. When reading a weblog ceases to be a chore, the writer has to be doing something right.

The design has a characteristic Blogger feel, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It doesn’t take away from her writing, which, like i’ve said before, is fine for a blog like hers.

I enjoyed reading Maggie’s blog, but I didn’t like the excessive pessimism and the depressing aftertaste it leaves. But hey, if I was five years younger, and by that token, still goth, I think i’d be in love. I suppose it takes a certain mentality to appreciate her writing.

Confessions Of An Invisible Girl is definitley a worthwhile read. Confessions of an Invisible Girl