Unfortunately thinking about writing is nowhere near as good as actually writing.
Then I wonder what is interesting to others. However the amorphous audience that is the net is rather confusing to try and define. I don't really know what others might be interested in. Though that since I've gotten positive comments what I've written so far has been interesting.
But why I wonder. My best guess is because I'm willing to be open and honest about myself and how I see the world around me, and perhaps that I have trained myself to try and look at the world and listen to those around me I can see things in a way that's different from how we're supposed to see the world.
A recent quote about writing that I found amusing:
There's nothing to writing. All you do is sit at a typewriter and open a vein.
I remember wanting to be able to write fiction, I'd even tried small fragments and could produce things that others liked. But then I got caught up in survival and socializing, and lost touch with this side of myself. I think live journal has been really good for me to rediscover my love of writing.
Though enough of me trying to develop the stereotypical writers ego, I have to point out a recent post from soulsong that I really enjoyed reading.