1) When did you first start blogging and why? I started in February of 2005. I started because I didn’t want to look for a job (but I still did anyway and I found one). I’d started visiting other blogs and it looked fun. Also it appeased my need for writing since I don’t think I’m going to write That Great Romance Novel I contemplated writing for years. Now I can honestly say I’m no longer a frustrated wannabe writer. Because now I have my blog :)
2) What don't you talk about? Religion and politics. I think I would horrify too many people if I gave my thoughts on those subjects and the majority of people would disagree with me. Then I’d have to defend my beliefs and the whole thing would degenerate from what I want this blog to be about. Other than that the sky is the limit. Hey – I even blogged about my underwear once.
3)Are you and your blogging persona the same person? Absolutely. Like Fionna said what you read is who I am.
4) How do you use blogging to build friendships? By reading and commenting on other romance geared blogs I realize that no matter how different so many of us seem to be, we have something very strong in common – a love of a good romance. So even though we are from totally different backgrounds, countries, age groups, even taste in what kind of books we like, we all share something that is very important in our lives. That’s a very good basis for friendship. I’m still awed and amazed at the really neat and wonderful friends I’ve made.
5) How would you describe your writing style? Well, my early English and grammar teachers would probably be horrified, but I tend to write as I talk which means non-words, made up words, terrible grammar and lots of slang.
Romancelover (where’s my hero) because she complained on time that she never gets tagged (heh heh)
Renee: The newest bloggiversary blogger. I think we know question #1 but the rest will be interesting
RJ(Devonna): because she’s a newbie blogger
Keishon: because she’s one of the first bloggers I started visiting.
Cindy: because I know she loves writing late at night