I found this tag on Eclectic Ellen’s blog. You can check it out here. I thought it was nice tag so here goes. :)
Questions And Answers
- How long have you been a blogger? ~ I started blogging on October 25th, 2014 so it’s been about a year and a half.
- At what point do you think you will stop? ~ I’ll probably stop blogging when life just gets too hectic to continue. Hopefully, not for a long time.
- What is the best part? ~ The best part of blogging is the community (more on that later).
- What is the worst part? ~ The worst part of blogging is running out of ideas or having too many ideas. I think we’ve all been there.
- How long does it take you to find/create pictures to use? ~ Not very long. I normally take pictures to use on my blog. It’s easier since I’ve thought about the pictures for a while so know exactly how to get the lighting and everything.
- Who’s your book crush? ~ I don’t really have a book crush but if I had to choose someone, I’d pick Todd from the Christy Miller series.
- What (author) would you like to have on your blog? ~ Ally Carter. She is an amazing author. I love her books and it was her book, I’d Tell You I Love You But Then I’d Have To Kill You, that really inspired me to write. It would be an honor to host her on my blog. *sigh* If dreams came true. :)
- What do you wear when you write your blog? ~ During the summer, I wear my pjs but during the school year, I wear whatever I wore to my classes.
- How long does it take you to prepare a post? ~ It normally takes me about three days to prepare a blog post. The first day is writing the outline and getting ideas from other examples of the same blog post. The second day is spent filling in all of my own answers/text, and the third day is review/edit day. That is also the day that I publish the post.
- How do you feel about the blogger community/culture? ~ The blogging community is so nice and encouraging. Anyone could start blogging and immediately feel welcomed.
- What do you think one should do to have a successful blog? ~ It really depends on your definition of successful. For me, a successful blog is a blog that you enjoy writing despite the number of views/visitors. To get to that point, I had to remember that numbers don’t define me. I wrote about things that I liked instead of waiting around for one big idea.
Tag! You’re It!
I tag anyone who wants to try this tag. I thought it was really cool reading what goes on behind the blog.
Have a good day!