Afrobloggers Wednesday Poetry Evenings 29-11-17

Every Wednesday evening we host a poetry session on our twitter timeline. #AbWPE

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Last night the prompt was a photo:

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Here is a collection of tweets from last night’s poetry session:

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AfroDrive Train

Hello Bloggers

Just to keep the blogging scene alive and interactive……

one of the questions we get frequently asked is how does one get an audience for their posts.

Its fairly easy the people most likely to read your blog are bloggers just like you… if you read others they will read you back its a fair trade….

Add to the comments a link to a blog post you want people to read, and then read and comment on at least two links you find in the comments below and for every person who comments on your post go to their blog and read and comment at least one post….

Simple enough right? Lets Go #GainWithAfroDriveTrain

This is the #AfroDriveTrain and we will be doing it every Wednesday

 

 

 

Afrobloggers Wednesday Poetry Evening 18-10-17

Wednesday Nights are poetry nights: Afrobloggers Wednesday Poetry Evening; hosted on twitter and tagged #AbWPE

Last night we tried a novelty; poetic memes. As suggested by our good friend @eksmiff of She Leads Africa  to use memes as poetic prompts…. below is a Twitter Moment of tweets from last night’s poetry session.

Day 30 The End

Hello October goodbye September

…..and farewell to the blog every day challenge we wold like to thank all those we participated and supported, its been a fun, eye opening and inspiring.

We have connected with many different voices and its always fascinating to see how different people tackle the same challenge many people we interested in participating less actually started and even fewer actually finished…

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If you finished the challenge congratulations you have the tenacity of bulldog, not only does it bite it has the amazing ability to breathe while biting you!!! Awooah

The one thing we have got out of this challenge is that time management is vital and life is unpredictable but dont let that stop you, push on.

My words my africa
#MyAfricaMyWords

Now that the challenge is over don’t let the speed, momentum and creative awakening rebirthed die away. We don’t mean for you to blog every day but don’t wait one year till your next post.

I could hazard a guess that through out the prompts you might have had spin off topics and ideas brewing in your head, develop them further, write them. The friends you made who supported and encouraged you, keep them, keep that fire alive.

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For those who are yet to complete the challenge go ahead, go write ahead and finish up its ok don’t quit all together, its still on. As for those who did not participate in the challenge and are still interested please feel free to start. Today could be your Day One even. If you want, you can just pick and choose prompts from the list below, whenever you need a prompt topic to write about and cant seem to find one:

#BlogTemberChallenge Afrobloggers

here are links on concluding thoughts of people who participated in a blog every day challenge for the month of September, check them out, give them some love….. and if someone drops by your blog, be a dear and check theirs out; Because Reciprocity!

I think this is what it feel like to finish the comrades or veterans marathon its not about winning its about finishing thats what counts…..

Day 30 Shout Outs

BlogTember Comes To An End

The Finish line

Day 30

we made it

mama I made it

15 priceless things I learnt

Review 30 day Afriblogger

lets see what October has in store

Day 28 #BlogTemberChallenge

Day 28 Throwback Thursdays take us back to high school

What was your experience like, they say high school might be part of your best or worst memories ever….

Share your story

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#MyAfricaMyWords

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