September 19, 2015
Things I learned from doing the 'Get to know your fellow blogger' Q&A series
01/ I don't seem to know that many male bloggers. I mean, on my reading blogroll, there's a whole bunch of them but I still wonder if the blogger population is off balance but it's probably not true. I suppose it's because I keep coming across female bloggers so often that it feels that way.
02/ I actually know more about certain bloggers than I thought which is not a bad thing.
03/ Strangely, I did not ask what each blogger does for a living which I now wish I had. But when I think it over, it's probably best not to ask because that's probably the last question anyone would want to answer. And I certainly didn't like answering the question either.
04/ Most bloggers has been blogging for more than 5 or 6 years and I have that in common with them.
05/ It is very time-consuming trying to format a post especially when I keep reading and re-reading just to correct a space or a line break and also the software quits when I'm just in the process of finishing something, that and net services that seems to skip and stop working in between minutes. I guess it's a good thing I do not edit them in the blog post rather, I did my edits in a word software.
06/ The word 'stuck' is used 3 times. Perhaps I myself am familiar with the word that often associates with the things I do that resonates with me.
07/ I used the Q&A series to find new books to read. Okay, maybe it's not entirely true but why else did I ask everyone the one book they love and willing to recommend? The question just came out of my head which does not necessary means I know why I ask it.
08/ This would have been easier if I did not have individualized questions and some of the questions were a bit redundant now that I read them again but all the same, it was nice of people to answer them.
09/ I do not think I would dare to do this if I have to conduct the interviews in person plus traveling expenses would be so huge that I would have to get a second job and third job just to pay for them. But I am really glad that I did this.
I like to thank Carrie, Katrin, Emma, Michael/Mr. Toast, Geraldine, Sarah, Frances, Carver, Tammie Lee and everyone that had encouraged me to do this. Thank you everyone! And I hope never to do this again. Okay, I'm joking. Maybe not.
For the complete list of interviews, go here.
Now, it's your turn to ask me questions. Just leave them in the comments and I'll answer them in a post or not, depends on the question. Happy blogging!