Question Time Over Coffee

Question Time Over Coffee Directory
10 – 15 assorted questions across a range of subjects once a week – inspired by life, conversations and observations, town life, blog posts, writers, gardening, news stories, television, entertainment and human curiousity and so on.

What motivates you to get up every day?

What words have always struck you as funny or odd when looked upon?

How often do you read the comments left by other bloggers on other bloggers’ published posts?

How hard do you work to keep your long standing friendships alive year in and year out and do your friends work the same way to keep you?

How many emails do you delete every week?

Are you easily distracted, and what do you find distracts you the most?

Have you ever had a strange unexplained encounter that left you shaken and baffled and if so, what do you think it was? Or what did your brain make you think it was?

Are we more scared of things that go bump in the night when in the dark or equally as concerned if the same thing happens during daylight hours? If so, why do you think that is?

What do you think are the magical ingredients for writing a bestseller and do you think you could write one?

When was the last time you stayed awake all night having fun with another person, and what were you doing?

Would the 18 year old you recognise the older you if you both collided on the street today? If not, why?

What are you most looking forward to in 2023?

Are you more curious or are you more passionate, or are you both?

Can you easily recognise your flaws, and do you think it is important?

The musical album you loved the most in the last twenty years was… ?

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42 thoughts on “Question Time Over Coffee

      1. It was the fact they called me Di that threw me too. I’d never seen them before in my life. There was something about the house that unnerved me, and the bathroom made me feel physically sick as it was on a slope with black and white floor tiles.

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  1. Hi Rory, I always read the comments before dropping a comment myself, Rory.

    I don’t want to repeat what someone else has said. I get the impression not many do this, or they comment first then read. I see so many repeat comments, ha ha – the poor blogger who has to answer them all over again and again.

    The comments don’t work too well on Reader because there’s no link to the commenter’s blog, so unless it’s interesting in itself, a comment on another’s blogs is meaningless to me. However, I check out the Likes as there are links by each Liker; I’ve found some good bloggers that way. 🙂

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    1. Oh right, l tend to read, then scroll down to the bottom and tend to only read the comments left by those l know. On some posts l couldn’t all the comments left on another’s content say like Renard who has many comments as it would simply take up too much time. On blog prompts l don’t take the time to read as l think that is pointless. On my own prompt l’ll read comments left.


  2. I was reading about bestsellers last month. Apparently, to be a Sunday Times Bestseller now, you only need to sell something like 3000 copies in any one week. I mean, that’s nothing; any author could buy up 3000 of their own book in one week and claim to be a Bestseller. That’s how so many, if not all, writers claim to be Bestsellers.

    I like writing as I like running, but I’d no more attempt to write a novel anymore than I’d attempt to run an ultramarathon. All the work you have to put in, it wouldn’t be enjoyable and I’d probably break myself in the process.

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    1. Yes some authors can buy up their own works if they really chose to. I know Amazon before they managed to configure ways around the issue had problems like this before. If they find authors buying or connected to falsifying publishings they with draw the book and ban the account or accounts.

      There are still many legit ways of boosting sales to make a book a bestseller more so on self publishied content.

      I think there is a huge difference between a best seller and a good well written book though that may not be on the top ten.


    1. Hey Barbra, many thanks – sorry for the delay in responding. The comment only just showed up this morning 🙂

      You are very lucky to still look not too different from how you looked at 18. I think l would would probably walk right on by me.


  3. Sorry I have not been visiting lately as I am unable to spend much time in the Blogosphere. Great questions, though. I am getting better at recognizing my faults as I grow older. Hard to erase them but awareness helps me keep them in check a little better

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