July 19 2018

Coffee For Two – Featuring Sona Grover

As you may know from Twitter I have started my own “COFFEE FOR TWO” series where I showcase some of my favorite people and friends. In this post, I’ll tell you all about it!

There have been many interview series exclusively for bloggers but I have more friends who are not bloggers but some are writers and readers and some just readers, some are no one. That’s how I came up with the Coffee For Two series where I can showcase anyone who knows me and vice versa.

I’m hoping that this will become a regular feature on my blog. Every week there will be a new post featuring a new person from different background who will answer a set of questions. This is so that their existing readers can get to know them and hopefully they will get some new readers.

In today’s edition of Coffee For Two, I will be featuring Sona Grover . I ask everyone who wants to be featured in this series to answer a few questions so that we can get to know them. I’m excited for you all to get to know Sona a little better!

Tell us about yourself and your blog/social media feed or your writing space.

I am a book junkie, first and foremost. I read a lot and in order to process all the emotions, I write. I started my blog, Read Write Live because I wanted to create. Something. Anything. Blogging is a way of chronicling my life. It is also a reflection of who I am at particular phases of my life. And the way lives change, my writing keeps changing to reflect the new me. Writing is sacred to me; to squander away this passion is to strip myself of the universe’s blessings.

What do you do when you’re not blogging/writing or reading?

Long walks rejuvenate me. I don’t need motivation to go on a walk; I just need an opportunity.

Do you prefer to hand write or to type?

I could not think clearly if I did not write by hand. However now, I am an out and out typing person. I can’t even decipher my handwriting these days.

If you could pick three words, to sum up your life journey, what would they be?

Unlearn, accept and find joy.

Who are the creators or people in your life that inspire you?

Every person, thing or situation can inspire; my challenge is to stay open to these learning opportunities.

What do you find most challenging?

Making the transition. It could be anything. But once done, I am in the flow beautifully.

What is your favorite topic to write or talk about?

I love to write about the writing process and the journey. I love to talk and analyse books.

Are you a tea and biscuits or coffee and cake person?

Coffee and Bread, anyday!

What is your perfect night in?

Reading. Complete silence. And oh, the pitter-patter of rain, please.

Some words for me please – a note/message or a testimonial.

Some people come along to remind you that love, friendship and community are still the most wonderful things in life. Thanks for your openness, enthusiasm and joy- I feel so inspired!

What I…

Know –  books and their characters better than the people around me.
Love – nature- trees, water, mountains, flowers and plants. 
Read – anything that is well written.
Want – art on my walls, rugs on my floor and really deep wardrobes.
Wear – Sneakers. All.the.time.
Need –plain water

If you’d like to be featured in this section please do check out the questions and email your answers to me with a nice selfie or a clear color picture – [email protected] with the subject : Coffee For Two.

Thanks for reading.

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Posted July 19, 2018 by Novemberschild in category "Coffee For Two

About the Author

I write a lot, which keeps me off the streets and out of trouble. There is always something to write about, always a new story to craft. Not writing, for me, is like trying to hold back a sneeze. Learning to write was the most powerful influence in my life. I can still remember the awe I felt when I realized I could put real words onto paper and tell out a story. From that first ‘a-ha’ moment I knew I wanted to write.

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