Campaigner Spotlight – Honey from Stories to Share


Hello everybody! The Fourth Campaign is winding down already, and I haven’t had a chance to meet nearly as many campaigners as I’ve been hoping to! But today, I’d like you all to meet Honey, from Stories to Share. Take it away, Honey!

If you had one day left to live, what’s one thing you’d want to spend that time on?
I’d spend it with my children.  There’s a million places I’d like to go or do yet, but that’s what it boils down to!

What’s your favorite joke?
Probably one my husband used to do involving three people trying to blow out a candle, it was hilarious!  He would twist his mouth a different way for each one so the air only came out on the side.

What’s the most unusual part of your writing process?
I guess it would be that I have no process!  I brainstorm while I’m carrying out my daily mundane activities and write by the seat of my pants.  I thought I should have a process but then I read about a bestselling author who writes the same way, so I’m not changing, at least for now.

What advice would you give to all your fellow campaigners?
Just to have fun, and I guess that would be mostly to myself because I tend to take myself too seriously!

My blog is about writing and connecting with people regardless of their interests. I like to blog about funny or interesting things that happen around me too, so it’s not all just one single topic. I love comments and I respond to my readers personally.

Thanks for coming, Honey. Enjoy the rest of the campaign!

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2 Responses to Campaigner Spotlight – Honey from Stories to Share

  1. Honey says:

    Thanks so much for spotlighting me!

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  2. I am so glad we were able to meet on the campaign. I agree with Honey’s advice for fellow campaigners. Have fun. I have had a blast.

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