Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award


I’ve never heard of this blogger award before, but both Ribbon Ash over at Virtual Paper  and Jen  have tagged me for it, so I’ll be doing it today!

Let’s get into it. I’m going to do Ribbon’s questions first.

1. What keeps you writing on your blog?
The community, I think. I like being able to put my thoughts out into the world and then have dialogue about it and hear your thoughts.  I also love being able to read your opinions and discuss those! I think that’s what keeps me going on 🙂 Plus, I just enjoy it.

2. What is something you like to do on your blog but haven’t yet?
More discussion posts! I’ve enjoyed the few that I’ve written and really want to get into some more, particularly examining Christian fiction!
3. What is one type of post you would never write?
Political posts. Though I am a very political person in real life, I don’t like writing about politics in blog posts. That’s just my personal choice though 🙂
4. What is one blog you follow that inspires you to blog?
Ah, so many! Christine, Jen, Celeste and Cait are all awesome people who I adore. 😀
5. What is one of your future plans for your blog?

To do more discussion posts and to create more worth while content!

Now for Jen’s questions:

 1. What inspired you to start a blog?

Just wanting to have a platform already established if I happened to get published! Also, wanting to try something new and learn a different skill.

2. What’s the hardest thing about blogging for you?

Coming up with content that I think is relevant and that people will enjoy. I find that quite difficult and its a bit of a neverending struggle.

3. What’s your biggest dream for your blog?

Hmm, I don’t know? To reach people and make them think. Challenge their beliefs a little.

4. What’s your favourite thing to write about on your blog?

Books, obviously. I particularly like writing posts that dissect and discuss various aspects of books, such as the series I wrote on Christian fiction some time ago.

Tags are also great fun and I deeply appreciate them 😀

5. What’s your favorite blogging memory?

Getting my very first comment, three years ago! It was from Cait  at Paper Fury and I’ll never forget how excited it made me!

I’m not going to tag any one for this today, so if you’re reading this, consider yourself tagged by me and feel free to steal my questions below:

How long have you been blogging and what has kept you going?

Who has been your biggest cheerleader regarding blogging?

What’s your favourite blogging memory?

Who made the first comment on your blog/what was your first comment about?

Where do you get your inspiration from?

How about you guys? How are you going? Is life getting back to normal or are you still in lockdown? What are your answers to some of these questions?

8 thoughts on “Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award

  1. I would loooooove to see more on Christian fiction from you; as I remember, that series was pretty dang awesome. 🙂 (Plus it’s just so much FUN to pick apart books.)

    I feel ya on the politics thing.

    Life has gotten fairly normalish. There still aren’t a whole lot of social functions, but we can go to Mass again, so all’s right with the world. How has it been for you?

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  2. I’m going well. Everything is slowly getting back to normal.
    I love your questions that I am taking up your offer to answer them!
    – I have been blogging for four months and I think it is the joy of writing out posts and publishing to the world, plus my brain having so many things to talk about! Also people commenting, visiting my blog and looking at my posts and pages helps with the motivation to keep going. 😊
    – I have to say Jenna Terese @ and Julia Witmer @ have been really encouraging with helping me blog, though indirectly. (I get most of my tags from them. 😉)
    – I think it was when I did the Mystery Blogger Award. People commented on the post (not one a family member), answered my questions and so many other people read it. That whole experience of my blog really becoming known to the world was amazing!
    – My sister made the first comment about how amazing my writing/God experience was (they are same thing).
    – Sometimes I’m not sure where I get my inspiration, but a few would be God, bible, books, my stories/imagination, tags, other people’s blog posts, nature/walks, Pinterest, music and fantasy creatures (for some reason they are very inspiring. 😉)
    Thanks for doing the tag!

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  3. Thank you. I enjoy my Christian fiction posts but they’re a lot of work.
    Yeah, politics…eh…
    Good! Our church hasn’t started back up again yet, so still doing it on the computer at home. Technology is great though, so I shouldn’t complain too much 🙂


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