A “Liebster Award” post, again …

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Last week, https://lightwalker1.wordpress.com nominated me for the “Liebster Award, for new bloggers with under 200 followers. You may find my follow up post here https://hirundine608.wordpress.com/2015/02/04/a-liebster-award-post/

A few days later, it was followed up with a similar nomination from https://gurkykowsky.wordpress.com – sculpturesteph. Sculpture Everywhere and Anytime.

Without further ado, I would answer her eleven questions, etc.

1) What is your process of writing a post?

My process, is fairly simple. Think, then write. Occasionally, I will use a scribbler to work out my text.

2) Which time zone are you in?

Pacific Standard or Summer Time. Depending on time of year. PST How I loathe that whole time change scenario. It should stay on Standard time, for the year.

3) What do you like best in blogging?

Writing things to the world in general. It gives a creative aspect for writing, with the use of multi-media. The writer chooses.

4) What other media…

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The 2K International Writers’ Blog Tour – Jonas Lee

Check out Jonas blog. Nice insights into the world of writing and how difficult it can be, with good suggestions on getting through.

Kate M. Colby

JonasJonas Lee

Hello, my name is Jonas Lee, I’ve been writing since I was in elementary school, but published my writing just since summer of 2014. I am a dreaded Indie, circling the waters in hopes of getting caught by a traditional publisher one day. I have one title currently available, A Time to Reap, with its sequel, A Time to Live, releasing this month.  Something quirky about myself, hmm, well I have a tendency to count to three between mile markers on car trips (no clue why). Beyond that, I have a love for M&M’s (peanut) and tattoo art. I have a hefty amount of tattoos myself and hoping to get more as time rolls on. I’d really like to incorporate my writing into a few designs.

What is the first piece you remember writing (from childhood or young adulthood)?

My first childhood piece was something extra awesome (at…

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The 2K International Writers’ Blog Tour – Kate M. Colby

Please check out Kates blog. I enjoy reading her posts. Her gentle humour always makes me smile. It is comforting to know such a supportive and encouraging author.

Kate M. Colby

Up second in The 2K International Writers’ Blog Tour is the tour’s co-hostess, yours truly!

Kate M. Colby

HeadshotI am a writer of multi-genre fiction (because I could never limit myself to one genre) and creative nonfiction, as well as a writing craft blogger. My most reputable writing street cred comes from my recent college days. I graduated summa cum laude from Baker University in May 2014 with my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Creative Writing, and Sociology. While at Baker, I was a member of the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society, and my creative nonfiction essay, “It Began with a Car,” placed third nationally at the 2014 Sigma Tau Delta Convention. I am also a three time recipient of the Moorman Prize in Prose from Watershed, Baker’s literary magazine, where my creative nonfiction and poetry have been published.

After agonizing about whether or not to…

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The 2K International Writers’ Blog Tour – Kate Evans

Excellent Initiative. A different author is featured daily during week days. Kate is a versatile artist. Check out your blog and her books

Kate M. Colby

Hello, everyone! We’re kicking off our blog tour with the mastermind behind the idea, the lovely Kate Evans! Enjoy her interview, and be sure to check out her blog (link below!).

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I am a writer of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, currently living in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. My book, Pathways Through Writing Blocks in the Academic Environment, was published by Sense Publishers in 2013. I have an MA in Creative Writing from Sussex University and teach on the Degree in Creative Writing at the University of Hull, Scarborough campus. I have created two art installations using words and images for the local festival Coastival, one inspired by the work of Edith Sitwell.  The Art of the Imperfect, the first in my crime series set in Scarborough, was indie published in December 2014. My crime fiction is inspired by Ruth Rendell, Minette Walters and Ann Cleeves, though one reviewer…

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