Rory is the host of Friday Four
Four thought-provoking questions;
Before computers, Smartphones, and so on what were you using when writing your stories and creating your literature?
In school, I used to write short poems or stories in my school notebooks. The rest of them stayed in my mind. Castles in the air and wonderful long sagas just existing in my imagination.
What type of games do you enjoying playing online?
I play a lot of games on my phone but none online. I don’t have the inclination or time ( and money) for online gaming. There was one version of scrabble that could be played online but it was too easy.
What age were you when you first started reading and what were you reading at that age?
I really don’t remember when I started reading. But I do remember being addicted to Enid Blyton in primary school and trying to buy all her books either new or second hand and devouring g them within hours. It was the same with my younger brother and we used to pool our pocket money to buy books. As I grew up, I discovered my grandfather’s vast collection of books, and I was completely hooked on Agatha Christie, Georgette Heyer, Barbra Cartland, and my ever favorite, PG Woodhouse.
How do you prevent boredom entering into your life and are you able to list 6 effective ways in which others could introduce to stop it from entering theirs?
I would get bored if I ever had free time. If I am not blogging, I am reading or listening to music and walking. I don’t even have time to watch tv or movies. The trick to preventing boredom is to keep your mind occupied with things you love doing. Take up hobbies, either indoor or outdoor and you’ll see that you don’t have time to get bored.
Thank you Rory for these very interesting questions.