One reason I like blogging is that it’s an easy way to share all the awesome things you find online. Stumble across a cool article? Blog about it! Interesting infographic? Blog about it! Adorable hedgehog video? Oh you better blog about it!
But that means I don’t tend to post a lot about myself, and when I do it’s usually in relation to whatever article/infographic/video I’m posting about. I’ve also been wanting to get in on the world of vlogging, so I figured I’d combine the two issues into a first-ever, brand-new Q&A vlog post!
Which means I need your questions! Specifically, your questions that I might be able to answer. They can be writing-related, reading-related, life-related; they can be serious or silly; they can be easy or hard. A few examples to get you started:
- What’s your favorite kind of cookie?
- What’s on your summer reading list?
- If you could have a superpower, which would it be?
- What’s your writing process like?
Feel free to post your questions in the comments and I’ll answer as many as possible–which could really vary, depending on how the first video-creation experience goes. And if you don’t have any questions, I’ll have to talk about my favorite kind of cookie. (Who am I kidding? I’m just going to make a video about cookies.)
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I would really LOVE to know about your writing process. What’s your first draft generally look like? Is it kind of a sketch that you then go back and fill in while working on your second draft? Or do you write full and go back to pull things out as you tighten the story?
Also, who are your writing influence, and which of their books made an impact on you?
Awesome questions! Thanks so much, Mary. 🙂
Here are a few:
Where do you get your story ideas?
Are you a plotter or a pantser?
What’s your favorite childhood memory?
Can’t wait to watch your video!
Ooo, good ones. Thanks Ghenet!
VERY excited about Annie v-logs!!
-What do you do when you get in a creative rut?
-What comes easier– creating a character or assembling a plot?
-Favorite places to eat in Boston?
-What’s the most glamorous and the most unexpected, unglamorous part about being a writer?