When Sonal from simplyvegetarian777 contacted me last week about the writing process blog tour, I was excited to be part of this and accepted it. Sonal has written guest posts on ELB and her blog is simply amazing with a ton of vegetarian recipes, most of them made with just a tablespoon of oil. As part of the blog tour, I was asked to answer a few questions and tag 2 other bloggers to continue this journey.
Writing Process Blog Tour Questions
1. What am i working on at the moment? I usually don’t work on anything particular for the blog, I don’t follow any themes or trending topics. I just cook/bake by what catches my fancy and try to incorporate nutirition and fun in the process
2. How does my work differed from others of its genre? I don’t know if mine stands apart from other fabulous blogs out there. But all i can say what started as an Indian vegetarian blog has definitely diversified to explore other cuisines.
3. Why do i write what i do? There are so many excellent recipes out there on the internet, books and magazines that are difficult to keep track of. The primary purpose of this blog was to be a digital recipe source of all my finds and my new creations, so I don’t have to keep track of my endless bookmarks.
4. How does my writing process work? I go with the flow and write about what comes to my mind. If i have an interesting story to share, i never miss it. Otherwise I like to keep it short and simple.
Now its time to introduce 2 other brilliant bloggers who will carry on the writing tour next week
Catherine from VegCharlotte– I’d be surprised if there’s anyone in Charlotte who doesn’t know this fabulous vegan blogger. Catherine is so versatile with her recipes and I bet there’s nothing that she can’t veganize. She always shares interesting stories with her recipes and I am excited for you all to check out her blog.
Priya from Sugarfreesweetheart– Priya is the sweet, charming girl behind her diabetic-friendly blog, sugarfreesweetheart. When she’s not cooking, you can find her working on her novel and writing recipes for magazines, how awesome is that?
Thank you Sonal for the lovely opportunity.