Dungeon Prompts: Blogger Introductions – present some of the awesome bloggers flying under the radar

This week’s prompt is:   Blogger Introductions  

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The Blogosphere can be like a party, with the dancers over here, the drinkers over there, the gamers, the commiserates, the extroverts and the introverts.  We all know people in this world that are so cool to us but, for some reason or another don’t have many friends and need a little push to get them to talk with others.

So the assignment for this week is to introduce us to a blogger that is not well known, has very few followers but that you think is completely awesome.  Be sure to tell us what you like about their blog, what you have been able to gather about their personality, and give us a link to their site and some of your favorite posts by them.  Let’s try and open the world up a bit to those awesome people that haven’t yet been formally introduced to the blogosphere.

The article that you link to this prompt should be a new post written specifically for this assignment. 

Dungeon Prompts are meant to open up the abandoned rooms inside ourselves and dust them off a bit.  Explore the recesses of your mind and get back with a poem, story, essay or creative offering.  Link your post to this specific prompt page and I’ll share your link back with our readers.To participate, all you’ll need to do is:

1.            Tag your post with: “DungeonPrompts”

2.            Link back to this page in the body of your post *

3.            Dive deep within and give us a glimpse of your soul!**


*note: If the pingback doesn’t work, then please leave the link to your post in the comment section.

**If you don’t have a blog please feel free to join the discussion in the comment section.


This week’s contributors are:

Presenting Dave Kester – Living, Learning and Letting Go

The World is an Awesome and Diverse Place – Davekester

Dungeon Prompts – It’s a Lonely Place

Meet Justine – Traces of the Soul 

Brilliant Poet Fights the Undead – The Seeker’s Dungoen

Jode Gray: Toruses, Magnetic Fields, and feasts of links – Weaver Grace

Meet Clive – MarthaOstout


Please, also check out last week’s offerings on What Love Looks Like:

Reflections – Tale of Two Tomatoes

The Look of Love – Follow Your Shadow

Looks Like – MarthaOstout

To Be Seen, To Be Known, To Be Close, To Belong – Living, Learning and Letting Go

What Does Love Look Like – Your Mind In Bloom, LLC

Love is – The Seeker’s Dungeon

Rejuvenation – Dream Cloud Diaries

Love is  – Cher Shares

What is Love – Traces of the Soul

Two Big Trees – Boring Broad’s Adventures

What’s Love Got to Do With It – It’s a Lonely Place

The Face of Love (big smiles part 1) – Garden2day

The Face of Love (big smiles part 2) – Garden2day

<3 Looks Like – Contemplating Me.in

What Does Love Look Like – Davekester

What Does Love Look Like – Robin’s Real Life


Older posts with last week’s theme:

Of Power Games – Anawnimiss

Random Acts of Love – Marsnplato


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About the author

I am a King without a Kingdom, in a world with many masters, wrapped in the spoils of a jealous heart, and my people’s callous laughter.


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