Zero to Hero Day 12 — Be inspired by the community

Monday, January 13, 2014

“Today’s assignment: write a post that builds on one of the comments you left yesterday. Don’t forget to link to the other blog.”

I keep thinking that every day I’ll finally figure out the mechanics of this blog page. I experimented with a page, but now I have a page with an About Me on it. I’ve got no clue. I heard that there’s an actual WordPress for Dummies. I’m seriously thinking about getting something like that. Meanwhile, I have an assignment to do. This has got to be a short assignment as I have a date in the morning with a class of fifth graders, and I’ll need all the energy I can muster.

One of the many blogs that I followed yesterday, one that I didn’t mention yesterday is written by Cylithria Dubois. The blog that caught my attention, Almost, but not quite, drew my attention because of it’s creativity and the cliff-hanger ending.
Today’s assignment caused me to return to The Ghostly Writer, the name of her Page, to write some more. This is what I wrote:
As you may know that for today’s Zero to Hero assignment, we’re to be inspired by the community. For all the blogs I made comments to, I chose you to be inspired before.
I really like your writing. I like the range of your writing.
Heck, I don’t even know what a ghost writer is; actually, I think I sort of do. You write, but someone else gets the credit. Or you help someone write. What was his name, Dan Quail, would have to use a ghost writer. I’d love to hear more about what it takes to be a ghost writer. I’d love to know if you write under your own name.
Thanks for helping me out on Day 12 of the Zero to Hero Challenge.
If you are interested in her page, check out.
http://cylithria.me

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