I just found this on a blog I love very much. So I thought it would be a fun post to do and it is a great way to get to know other bloggers. I have found some favorites through Trifecta. So here goes:
1. Donetta Lee Sifford
2. poetic, honest, fun
3. If Facebook is considered writing online, I have been writing since the end of 2010. I opened a blog the end of 2012 and just this year of 2013 have been writing a lot online as far as blogs, Twitter, and Google+.
4. I participate in the 100 Word Song Prompt from My Blog Can Beat Up Your Blog, the one word prompt from Woven Dreams, challenges in my favorite community on Google+ 'Poets of G+' and a few others.
5. I could improve my writing by expanding my vocabulary and trying to word things in a way that creates my own style.
6. The best advice I have been given so far is to study my favorite Poets and think about why I relate to their style and poetry and incorporate that into some of my work. Not write like them. Aspire to write just as well as them. This was from a friend and moderator in the Poets of G+ community, AJ Walker. +AJ Walker
7. Mary Karr is my favorite author. I discovered her through her memoir 'The Liar's Club' then 'Cherry'. After reading those I found her poetry books, 'Viper Rum'. She still has work I want to read.
8. I don't really make time to write exactly. Insomnia helps me in that way. I will however when I find some alone time, go by the river in my small town, and write because it's peaceful and inspiring. I carry a journal with me in my purse and jot down things all day, when I can.
9. A one word prompt I would choose, and not sure if you've used it or not, would be 'Insanity'. I checked, it has a third definition. lol
10. I would encourage anyone to read my post which is actually something written by someone else but has had a huge meaning to me. http://myconstantthought.blogspot.com/2013/01/autobiography-in-five-short-chapters.html
Thank you for all of your wonderful challenges and a huge Thank You to anyone who takes the time to read my constant thoughts.