Yesterday, I received notice that MissMakeAMovie nominated me for the I heart your blog award. Thanks, MissMakeAMovie! And the feeling’s mutual, and not just because I blog there, too. Its writers are thought-provoking and fun, and provide insight to cultures across the globe. If you haven’t yet visited, you shouldn’t miss another day!
When MissMakeAMovie was nominated, it asked for nominations, so I threw my blog site into the ring for consideration. Because my blog has received this honor, I must now, according to the rules, spread the love by:
1) Adding the award logo to my blog
2) Linking back to the blog who awarded it
3) Nominating at least 7 other blogs
4) Adding links to those blogs on your blog
5) Leaving a message for your nominees on their blogs
Selecting only seven proved very difficult, so I’ve nominated nine. The following are in alphabetical order, because it’s too difficult to rank by preference.
Bitten by Books – Reviews and interviews with authors of all types of paranormal fiction, urban fantasy and horror. Plenty of giveaway goodies!
Babes in Bookland – Seven authors sharing their inspirations and insights on the writing life.
Bookbabie - A soulful blog with inspiring art and prose.
Cactus Rose Blog - Authors of the Cactus Rose Line of the Wild Rose Press. Fun and informative – who knew cowboys never cursed?
Diary of an Adult Runaway - “Take Life with a grain of salt, a slice of lime, and a shot of tequila!” My kind of writer!
Pink Fuzzy Slippers - A group of romance and mystery writers blogging in a woman's magazine style
Riding with the Top Down - “Cruise the cyber highway with nine chicks who rock ‘n write!”
Three Wicked Writers - “Something wicked this way comes” – wicked funny, wicked good!
Writing Career Coach - “Because even the best player needs a coach” I couldn’t agree more. Always room for improvement.
Thanks again, MissMakeAMovie! And thanks to those who’ve lent support to my blog. In the few short months I’ve been at this, it’s been an enriching experience for me, and hopefully for readers as well.