So…every Friday on The Blog Tag there is a Q&A relating to the theme for that specific week. This is Literature week. I cannot wait to read the other The Blog Tag bloggers answers to these questions. Here’s our The Blog Tag Friday fun 🙂
1. What is your all-time favourite book?
– English Khaled Hoseini’s “A Thousand Splendid Suns”
– Afrikaans Mark Behr’s “Die Reuk van Appels” (“The Smell of Apples” in English)
2. Which quote describes you as a person best according to you?
3. What is your favourite English word, and why?
Conundrum…it sounds funny…and I am one…
4. What is your favourite word in your home language, and what does it mean?
My home language is English so same as above…not sure if Englikaans counts…
5. Being a blogger, what is the most difficult part about writing for you?
Finding the time to write. I’m doing this on a Friday night…in bed…exciting life…
6. What inspires you to write the most?
Life and all that it holds
7. What is your favourite song?
Currently (this changes often) – Creed’s “With Arms Wide Open” (I’ve posted the video below)
8. What image/experience/memory do you instantly think of when hearing your favourite song?
9. In how many languages can you write?
Three…English, Afrikaans and Gibberish
10. If you had to MAKE UP/INVENT one word, what would it be? And what would that word mean?
Socioenteritis – A condition for someone who spews all their guts on social media
11. Make a sentence containing the following words: Three, Birds, Sauce, Hug and Gay (As in happy)
Three giggly gay birds full of sauce hug happily.
12. Assign your own meaning to the following made-up words:
Bugalhet – A small bugel blower person
Wiftigious – Keeping one weave in check on the regular
Doraning – Being like Dora from “Finding Nemo”
13. What word rhymes best with Sugar ? Booger
14. Sum up your experience of The Blog Tag in one rhyming sentence.
The Blog Tag (with their daily prompt)
has helped with titles I, previously, would not even opt.
Poems or Quotes – Poems
Rock or Pop – Rock
Handwriting or Typing – Handwriting…in cursive (it’s becoming extinct)
Biography or Novel – Both
Black pen or Blue pen – Black (makes me feel official)
Reading alone or for Other People – Alone…always alone