I haven’t been with Word Press long enough to have a favorite blogger. There a few blogs that I’ve taken to prowling through just because I can. Since mimicking the voice of another blogger just seems wrong to me, I can’t really complete the Daily Post prompt the way it was intended. I mean to provide a few examples of what I read.
I admire the upbeat, energetic voice of Rara at Rarasaur. She always has kind words and a positive outlook. It’s very difficult to keep a positive outlook on life when all the internet seems to be stomping about and growling. I commend her efforts and wish her continued bliss of voice.
I enjoy reading KZ’s post at the eclectic eccentric shopaholic. I never know what I will find there, images, poems, heart-felt words. She has a distinct window to the world and does a wonderful job at sharing it with others without offending another’s point-of-view. Her sympatric voice is soothing to a hectic day.
I have read several blog post of writers who are brave and confident enough to share on the never-blinking internet. I find neither of those attributes in myself. While I do not view my work as worthy of risking prison, I am a bit fearful that if someone should barrow or steal a piece of my work, it would negate all the time and talent I put into it. I can’t do it. I praise all the blogger on Word Press that can do it.
There are many voices and styles available, however, the greatest voice is your own.