Hello, my lovely friends! I hope you all had a fab weekend.
I am so thrilled to be invited by Ada @ More Food, Please to be a part of her blog tour. For those who are not aware, blog tour is some kind of a ‘chain letter’ where you are invited by a fellow blogger and you invite another three (by sending an email) to answer the same questions.
Thank you, Ada, for this opportunity. I hope you are doing well with all the preparations stuffs. 😉
Here are the questions and my answers:
What am I working on? Related to blogging, I am working on more recipes to try. I am also working on the series called “Introducing ‘new’ bloggers” and adding more helpful information like some tips or trick and things of that sort. Though, honestly, I have not done anything about the latter due to super busy days. Also, I am working on a book review (which I have not written even a single word about it) that I hope I could publish soon. I hope I could make it shorter than the older reviews as I don’t want to bore everyone reading it. 😛 Outside blogging and not food/book-related, am I working on something? I don’t know – I can’t think of something! 😀
How does my work differ from others of its genre? Before this blog has turned one, I came up with the idea of ‘Introducing ‘new’ bloggers’ series, which I started publishing after a year (well, because of the busy life). The said series is like doing an award post, but without the rules – just plain nomination.
Why do I write what I do? I love to share what I have learned and tell stories about my funny experiences.
How does your writing process work? Like you, I also have long-list of recipes to try and I cook/bake according to the mood of my tummy. For example, I want to bake chocolate chip muffins for the weekend and suddenly, I crave for a Filipino dessert, that’s when the first on the list gets behind. I usually make a list of what I want to bake and cook for the month and do my best to follow the list. But when cravings get in the way, you know what will happen. As I cook/bake, I write about them ‘mentally’ and when I get my hands on the computer (when I am not too busy), I write what I had ‘written mentally’. So you will see (read) that my posts usually tells about my experiences when I bought a certain ingredient for the recipe post or about my cravings. As for the book review, I usually put ‘post-it’ to the pages (in case of e-book, I put bookmarks) I want to highlight for the review.
Who’s up next:
Lori @ Creating Beauty in the Kitchen: Lori is a fun-loving person. I really enjoyed chatting with her. I admire how she creates low-glycemic (finally got it right, Lori) foods. I thought when you make such foods (healthier version), they are always boring. But, Lori always seem to make it mouth-watering.
Jess @ Cooking is my Sport: I admire Jess’ recipes and how lovely she is. Also, I admire her love for Game of Thrones, haha! (I think I should really watch them soon, Jess! My curiousity always gets in the way when I see you post something about GoT.) She creates the best things.
Farianti @ My Simple Delights: Farianti creates simple, yet scrumptious foods. I love her simplicity and the beauty of the foods she creates. I just met her, but I instantly loved her blog.
I want to thank these three lovely people for joining me in this blog tour – looking forward to seeing your posts and reading your answers! 😀
Thank you again, Ada, for having me as a part of this blog tour. I enjoyed answering these questions. ❤ (Check Ada’s post here.)
PS: I would talk about co-hosting FF15 on my future post. 😉 I am still quite busy with life, but I will be checking your WP accounts as soon as I have enough time.