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THE VERSATILE BLOGGER AWARD-HERE ARE MY PICS

LOOK WHAT BEE AWARDED ME!

Visit Bee’s AWARD-WINNING WEBSITE Here:

http://beehalton.com/2016/01/seven-facts-about-bee-and-award.html

Friday, 29 January 2016

Seven facts about “The Bee” and an Award

The lovely Bee http://beehalton.com/2016/01/seven-facts-about-bee-and-award.html

has nominated ME for “The Versatile Blogger Award.” Thank you very much, Bee. I’m honored!!!!!

SO FINALLY I’VE PUT TOGETHER MY LIST!!

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I take part in awards

I’m listing the blogs that I find the most interesting and informative-and also SUPPORTIVE of my fellow writers—because many regularly feature authors.

The Versatile Blogger Award Rules:

  • Thank the person that nominated you and include a link to their blog. (DONE & once again, Thank you Bee!!)

  • Nominate at least 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly.

  • Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination.

  • Share seven facts about yourself!

Paying it forward:

The reason I began my blog?? Someone told me it’s be a good idea since I was an author. Also, I thought it would be a useful place to post information about everyone who’d been so kind to me.

Nominating 15 blogs and bloggers.

To the nominees I’ve listed: You don’t need to apologize if you don’t take part in awards. I awarded you because I believe you have an excellent blog and my readers and followers will find some great information and posts at your site.

When I first began choosing these blogs, I thought it’d be difficult to list 15. But was I wrong—I had a really hard time trying to narrow down my list!! I have a lot to be thankful for, because I never really realized how many different bloggers have featured me and my books over these last couple of years.

But awards are a lot of work. So feel free to take part and pay it forward—otherwise do what you do best-write and BLOG!

Please EVERYONE be sure to visit these 15 blogs:

 

I’m throwing Bee back into the mix- she has several different blogs going at once – so she needs to be re-awarded!! Just Fooling Around with Bee” and “A Spirit of Healing.”

 

I guess I’m supposed to reveal 7 facts about me?

  • I can’t live without coffee (or chocolate.)
  • I’m a big time animal lover (I even have some recently hatched parakeets and a blind black lab with diabetes.)
  • I love old movies (although I’m getting bored of seeing the same ones over and over again lately.)
  • I HATE reality shows (to me they are boring-probably because my life is usually in upheaval mode.)
  • I’m the full-time caregiver of a non-verbal, autistic son who is still very LOUD and somewhat rowdy (I’ve become a very good wrestler.)
  • I exercise daily because of arm and shoulder issues (BOR-ing—I know)
  • My motto is Y ASK Y? (Self-explanatory :O)

 

So what do you think about awards?

Do you take part in them with your blog or do you avoid them?

And in conclusion?? I know that there are many more blogs that I’ve read over in the last few years—so if I’m forgetting anyone?? I sincerely apologize!!

Happy Reading Everyone!!


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