Heyo ;w; So, I have a lot of histories (some of them are webcomics), but I never write them for complete, I just keep having new ideas and no energy to put them on paper. And I was thinking about post them here but my english isn't the best (im Brazilian) and my self-esteem it's very bad, so I'm afraid of no one like my stuff, and I dunno how share them with the people. Sorry I have a lot of questions, but I find you very lovely and awesome and I really trust you, keep going like that, hahah <3
Thanks for all your love!
For motivation and/or energy, you need to figure out what’s causing that block because there are different answers to each problem. I can link you to Getting (Re-)Motivated About Your Story, but part of the success of those methods is in learning what works for you and why. It also requires having discipline to actually stick with what you’re working on, though motivation can aid with discipline. Confidence is tough to gain, but a lot of it is wrapped up in fear of not being good enough, and the only way to get over that is to improve. Get critical and respectful readers. Learn what you’re doing wrong. Learn that you can fix it and get better! Otherwise you’ll just be stuck in the same skill level and mentality.
If you’re worried about your English (perfectly understandable as a non-native speaker who’s working on writing creatively), I can only suggest classes or a personal study to increase your skills. Reading books is another way, and great for learning through context, but some people require a more interactive approach that lets the ask questions. It’s up to you and how you know you can learn best!
For posts, you can post them on tumblr if you choose, but tumblr isn’t the best place to really get views unless you’re good at marketing, already established, or are so good that you’ll be discovered easily (and that last criteria is based on even more smaller criteria that go beyond just being a good writer). It’s also not quick to get attention, and requires persistence to really gain followers.
I can also suggest that you submit your work to blogs that promote authors to reach a wider audience, or enter contests in general (not just on tumblr) to get your work out there. If there’s a writing community where you live, that can also be a good place to work on improving and possibly getting your work noticed until you’re confident enough to move to the internet.