Blog Prompts Revisited


I read a book with 365 blog prompts, one for each day of the year. None inspired me to write a blog post, but a handful inspired me to tweet. Here they are:

Blog prompt: What one incident from your past would you erase, and why?
Answer: Only one?

Blog prompt: If you were to judge your favorite book by its cover, would you still read it?
Answer: I can’t remember any book cover.

Blog prompt: What’s the most significant secret you’ve ever kept? Did the truth ever come out?
Answer: It bloody well would if I blogged about it.

Blog prompt: When was the last time you shed tears of joy?
Answer: Never in my life. Who writes these things?

Blog prompt: Give new bloggers one piece of advice.
Answer: Quality, not quantity. If you don’t have anything to say today, shut up.

Blog prompt: When you gaze out your window, which do you see first, the forest or the trees?
Answer: I can barely see the damn window without my glasses.

Blog prompt: What would your life be like if you were a member of the opposite sex for a day?
Answer: Not a whole lot different. Seriously.

Blog prompt: Tell us about the most unconventional love in your life.
Answer: Some people (not me) could get arrested for doing that.

Blog prompt: Winter, spring, summer, fall. Which season do you most look forward to?
Answer: Football season. Get a clue. #NFL

Blog prompt: Early bird or night owl?
Answer: Both, actually. It’s the part in the middle when I’m most likely to fall asleep. I love owning the company.

Blog prompt: What bores you?
Answer: Blog prompts.

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Michael LaRocca

As an editor and proofreader, I've ensured clear, error-free materials since 1999. I'm also a published author, a reading junkie, a bicycle nut, an avid hiker, and an NFL addict. My lovely wife is from Australia and our Calico cat is from Hong Kong. I bring home the best souvenirs. I was a purchasing manager and technical editor for an Engineering/R&D firm for eight years before moving to China in 1999 and creating Prior to that I was a computer programmer, military electronics specialist, hog farmer and repo man. I spent six years teaching English in China, five years as a medical lecturer in Thailand, and one year in Vietnam continuing to grow my business. In those 12 years, I traveled everywhere by bicycle, so returning to North Carolina in 2011 included remembering how to drive.

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    “What would your life be like if you were a member of the opposite sex for a day?”

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