The Prolific Blogger Award goes to . . .

Me! Who would’ve thought? I guess my longwinded-pontificating paid off. ๐Ÿ˜‰ No, seriously — I was surprised and flattered to be given this fun award by author Laura Best, a writer/blogger I’ve gotten to know through my blog.

She said that I, along with her six other pronounced winners, “served as an inspiration to [her], have given [her] plenty to think about, and a few chuckles along the way.”

I can’t think of nicer kudos than that and I share her positive feelings re: the sense of community and writing encouragement the blogging world can be. And now it’s my turn. I would like to pass on the Prolific Blogger Award to seven bloggers that I read regularly, whose content never disappoints, who challenge me in my writing and/or personal life. I’m very glad people like them exist (and put their ideas forth!) in our world.

I award the Prolific Blogger Award to:

Laura BestMy little corner of the web. I suspect it’s breaking the rules, and worse, it’s probably bad form to “tag the butcher,” but I can’t help return the award to Laura Best. I have to give it to the people whose blogs I check most regularly for new posts. It’s my _own_ award rule. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Jen Brubacherscribo ergo sum

Brett Battles, blogging at Murderati

Kathy ChungRambling

Kate CoombsBook Aunt – because OTHER people give you clothes and video games for your birthday (with a tagline that, admit it, you’re hooked already–well, I was anyway!).

Jennifer Neri and her great blog — I think she’s already received this reward, but what can I say? I check her blog daily for new posts.

Vello SorkRemind me again where I was going . . .

If you get a chance, check out these blogs. I don’t think you’ll regret it. And if you’re one of my prestigious winners, I leave what you do with your award up to you. Take a bow and say adieu, or take part and do some awarding of your own.

The rules for the Prolific Blogger Award are simple:

Every winner is expected to pass on this award to at least seven other deserving prolific bloggers, to link to the blog from which he/she has received the award and, to also link back to this post, which explains the award. As if that isnโ€™t enough you are also asked to visit the above post and add your name to the list.

It doesn’t take long and it’s fun–and you might discover new must-read blogs. Just what your writing life needs. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Happy writing and reading,

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