Hi everyone,

So I have mentioned this before too that I love visiting other blogs and to get inspiration and connect with fellow bloggers. When Karen featured me on her blog, I was thrilled and excited as a kid. The whole experience was wonderful and few bloggers got to know me through her blog and I just loved the idea and thought why not provide my blog to be a platform for other bloggers to get to know each other at the same time , I increase my social circle and have more and more blogs to follow <3 This is how “An Interview with a Blogger” was born and I am so excited to bring to you bloggers of different niche so you guys can have a taste of something different once in a while here on my blog.

Today we are going to have some Latina Voice around 😉 I read a couple of her posts already and she is a very talented and creative lady. Her posts speaks a lot about her and her thoughts and you should go pay her a visit.

  Latina Voice

About :  This blog focuses on faith, parenting and Latino issues. Articles often post in either English or Spanish.

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Getting to know her:


  1. When did you start blogging? I started blogging in February of this year (2015) for a photographer company named Fairyography. In this position, I was able to create numerous original short fairy tales and poems based on the the photos that were taken. This introduced me to WordPress, and from there I took a leap and decided to start my own blog about things I am most passionate about.

  2. Describe your blog in 5 words. Faith, Parenting, and the Latino Culture

  3. Based upon your experience, what is the best thing about blogging? Getting to pour your heart and soul into words that several people will get to read.

  4. What is your favorite post and why? My favorite post has been “Because I did not have a mother.” I wrote this from a very real place in my life. I grew up without my mother, and somehow it actually made me a better mother in the end. This piece was picked up by FIRST TO KNOW, a news and media page with over one million followers. I was so blessed to be able to have my words shared with so many people. You can read it here: https://elizabethcoreas.wordpress.com/2015/09/02/because-i-did-not-have-a-mother/

  5. Do you take pictures for  your blog yourself or someone else does that? I do not take my own pictures, for now I rely on images purchased from Shutterstock or similar websites, or from photo contributions from readers.

  6. How organized are you when it comes to blogging? I could definitely be more organized! Right now I am still learning the ropes and am pretty sporadic with my posts.

  7. Do you ever suffer from Blogger’s Block? If so, how do you deal with it? I do. When it happens I either force myself to write something. No matter how silly it is.  However, if nothing comes out, I usually just call it a night, and try again the next day.

  8. Where do you see your blog in the next 2 years? I am hoping it will continue to grow in followers and be able to reach more people and touch more lives in positive ways.

  9. Do you find most/some/all of your fellow bloggers helpful?Share one good experience with a fellow blogger. I met a fellow blogger (SpanglishGirl) who was the one who encouraged me to start my own blogger facebook page. I told her that I was not sure it would be successful, and that I would probably only have a page with about 5 likes on it. However, the same day I created my page, it got a tremendous response and still continues to grow daily.

  10. What is the most craziest thing you did for your blog? Reached out to some pretty top dog editors and asked them to share my work.

  11. Favorite item in our wardrobe. My Star Wars T-shirt

   12. Your biggest fear. Heights

   13. Your favorite blogger/Youtuber. SpanglishGirl

  14. Best tip you can give to a new blogger. Write about something you are passionate about. Don’t force it. Don’t fake it. Just be yourself, and it will flourish.

  15. We all need to relax at some point. What do you do to relax yourself? I unwind with a cup of coffee, a sweet pastry and a good Spanish soap opera.

   16. As a woman, what hurdles/difficulties do you face in the society you are a part of? How are you dealing with it? I think as a Latina woman, there are several issues we have to deal with. From proving that we are American enough, and also proving that we are Latina enough. We definitely need more Latina writers!

   17. What is your dream job? To be able to do something where I could just write all day!


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  1. What a true inspiration to the latin community raising awareness of how deprivation and social issues does not neccessarily hinder your success. She has done so well and I am proud to support a fellow Latina in her climb to the top.

  2. Thank you for sharing some things about this lovely blogger. The article , “Because I did not have a mother” is so touching. It makes me want to gather my kids close and say a prayer of thanks. <3

  3. That’s a kind and loving gesture… reaching out to others in the blogosphere. We all need that.

    The impact of connecting with other bloggers for selfless purposes cannot be underestimated. Keep it up. There’s a lesson in there for us all.

  4. Wow – shows you how dedication, writing with authenticity, being yourself and working hard can really take you far. And the post ‘Because I did not have a mother…’ is so touching and emotional.

  5. what an awesome idea!! love it. Otherwise I would never of heard of Latina voice. There’s so much we bloggers can learn from one another..looking forward to reading more!

  6. I think it is so important to recognize and embrace other cultures, especially in this melting pot of a world we live in! It is amazing how the internet can connect us all from the far reaches of the globe! 🙂