I asked Daisy from A Bookish Flower if she would come over and do a guest post on my blog, we decided to do an interview, I came up with 10 questions for her and I’m super excited for you to read her answers!
So without further ado….Drumroll please….Here’s Daisy!
Hey everyone! I’m Daisy and I blog over at A Bookish Flower. I’m so happy Madi invited me to guest post at her blog! Madi’s questions look like they’re going to be fun!! I’ll see you at the end of the interview! -Daisy
1. What inspired you to start blogging?
A specific book series that wasn’t very popular. The Mother Daughter Book Club series. I wanted to find girls who liked the exact same series as I did. I only read one or two other series and I thought I was a huge bookworm. *laughs* I was also a very lonely melon who didn’t have friends that liked the same books as I did. After that plan failed, I thought I would suddenly become some beauty guru and nail artist, and focused my blog on DIY’s, nail art. *laughs tastefully* LOL. No.
My friend Mina and I decided to do a Q&A for our writing blogs! Here is our questionnaire session…
Me: When did you first start writing?
Mina: I first started writing at about nine years old, at the height of my Nancy Drew/Boxcar Children/Bobbsey Twins obsession 😀
Me: What author inspires you the most?
Mina: I’m not sure, I haven’t really drawn inspiration from a book in a while.
Me: Favorite genre to read/write?
Mina: Ohh that’s a hard question . . . I’m going to have to say action/adventure.
Me: Least favorite genre to read/write?
Me: What is the biggest challenge you face while writing?
Mina: Actually finishing the story, I think. I’m trying harder though!
Me: What POV do you prefer to write in?
Mina: I like first person a lot. Third is cool too, but I feel closer to the character if it’s first person.
Me: Favorite writing music?
Mina: Anything, really! Rock and rock sub-genres, instrumental, oldies . . .
Me: What is the longest story that you’ve ever written?
Mina: Ehheh, I’ve almost filled up a composition notebook! I’m pathetic.
Me: Do you prefer to write in the protagonist or antagonist POV?
Mina: That’s a good question! I don’t think I’ve ever written in the antagonist POV, but I would like to try it. I imagine it would help you understand their motives better.
So there you have it! If you have any more questions you would like to ask me, or Mina let us know in the comments below! And don’t forget to head over to her blog Bleu Blatteroon to see the questions she asked me and my answers! Make sure to follow Mina for more writing related goodness! 🙂