Hello friends! Welcome back to another blog interview! Today, I’m joined by @Whispering stories/ Riddhi B. I hope you enjoy this post!! BUT! Before we get into the post please follow Whispering Stories because she’s such an amazing blogger 😀
Why did you start blogging?
Well, it’s partly because I had nothing to do at the start of Lockdown, and partly because I wanted to blog.
Top 5 things about blogging.
Honestly, I love interacting with fellow bookworms the most. Besides that, I enjoy getting my posts liked, and I love it even more when people comment on my posts and share their views.
I also love it when I rant about stuff, and no one judges me (or at least pretends to not do so).
5 all time goals you have for blogging.
I honestly just want my blog to grow, not only in terms of the people who follow and read my content, but also, in terms of the content. I wanna branch out a little in terms of the content I post, and in terms of the genres and books I read. These are like the goals I have right now, I can’t really think of anything else.
What are 3 things that bring you joy in blogging?
People liking my posts. People commenting on my posts. People following my blogs. How freely I can rant about stuff.
Oh wait, sorry, I said four. (me- it’s ok :D)
So, this is basically because I think blogging requires less effort, than a booktube or a podcast, although I would love to have a booktube one day. Also, I am not very good at public speaking and stuff, so blogging seemed like the best option.
How would you describe your blogging style?
I don’t know… different, I guess?
What has been your most successful post?
I actually wrote a poem once, which has the most likes… and that actually motivated me to start a separate poetry blog. But otherwise,I wrote a post on things that irritate and motivate me as a blogger, and that has just like a couple likes less than the poem.
How much time do you spend blogging?
It varies everyday actually. I sometimes don’t blog at all, and some days, I spend like 2 or 3 hours blogging, when I am supposed to be studying.
Is blogging your profession or just a hobby for you?
It’s just a hobby for now- I am a full-time student right now. But, I do hope it can evolve into something more someday.
Would you encourage other people to make their own blog?
Definitely! Like, you should definitely have a place to pen down and preserve your past selves, and blogging is a good way. It is a great alternative for people who do not like writing a diary (like me), and if you make an anonymous or a private blog, you can actually share your daily life stuff.
Thank you so, so much! I really loved this post! I hope you did too. Have an amazing day,
From flora 😀