I won 🙂
Thank you, Lacey – author of the blog, BigandPinkeyToes – not only for the award but for the scrumptious grilled cheese sandwich recipes you’ve been posting lately ;-).
Before I get to the question part of my acceptance, I’d like to go ahead and post the five blogs I nominate. You’ll definitely want to check them out for their consistently awesome content:
- Life of an El Paso Woman
- Home, Hugs, and Huskies
- Ah, Dad
- Steven Willard Images
- The Caffeinated Writer
And now, on to the questions.
1. What made you choose WP as your blogging platform?
I don’t remember how I got started using WordPress. I’m almost positive I ended up here after having done a Google search on which blogging platforms were the “best”. I tried Blogger and much like everything Google related, I found it difficult to work with.
2. Introduce yourself and tell us about your blog?
My name is Dana. I’m an independent, self-published author, publisher, and writing coach. My blog is for the author part of me mostly. It’s where I come to let the non-novel words out. You’ll find a mix of topics that mostly have to do with self-improvement, my writing, and my coaching work.
3. Are you a once in a while blogger or a daily one?
I suppose I could be considered a once in a while blogger even though I tend to blog regularly. I don’t stick to a daily schedule, but it’s unusual for more than a week or so to go by without a post. I’ve taken breaks here and there that lasted up to a few months, but I always come back.
4. Do you wish to publish and if so, what type of book?
See the answer to number 2 :-). I’m working on publishing two more books this year, then hope to establish a pattern where I release no less than two books a year going forward.
5. What is your favorite thing to do besides write?
There’s other things to do besides writing? Wow. No, no, just kidding. I enjoy dancing quite a bit, and 3-D jigsaw puzzles. Spending time with friends, family. Eating sometimes takes up a large part of my day, as does sleep when I don’t have to do anything else. Sorry, you said “favorite thing” as in singular. Typical of me as a fiction writer – using so many words when one or two would do. 😉
So that’s it. Thanks again to Lacey (and sorry this is so late) for the award. Y’all have a good day, ‘kay?