Sneak Peek: POV (Point of View)
June is the second quarter’s last month. Usually in my country, Philippines, it’s the start of new school year while in other countries it’s the month where it ends. Considering the fact I’m located in the Philippines, June is the month of new school year and June definitely the right month for me to introduce my new blog project which features readers and bloggers—POV for Point of View.
Earlier month of this year, I stumbled upon a bookish friend’s blog--Atty. Monique’s Bookish Little Me. However, as I dropped by on her blog, I came across reading a blog post that featured another bookish friend of mine. At the same moment, I was still cooking up this new blog but it never darted away the idea in my mind of being inspired doing a project too that, in a way, soothes my concept.
POV or Point of View features readers and bloggers through an interview. Point Of View showcases some hypothetical questions that give us idea how the interviewee thinks. Furthermore, it also offered us interviewee’s opinion over things discussed. On the other hand, POV has some base questions as traditionally done in an interview. Nevertheless, POV is the bridge of knowing better the interviewees and get closer with them.
Part of giving birth of this project is giving it an image through a banner. Unfortunately, I’m not the one who made the banner. Yes, you heard me right. I intended it for someone to do it for me since this project involves not just about this blog or myself but also other bloggers and readers. Thus it just suggests that preparation of this blog project should involve other readers or bloggers.
Credits: Banner by Rodgine Ruiz