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I get comments rarely, and today’s note contains a virtual kudo: the “Versatile Blogger Award.” Shannon, over at For the Love of Words sent this my way. Thanks Shannon!!
1. Thank and link the person who nominated you. (see above, and check)
2. Share seven random facts about yourself. (see below)
3. Pass this award on to 15 blogging friends. (see The Winners)
4. Contact and congratulate the awarded bloggers. (well, this may take some time… It’s like writing 15 thank-you notes!)
Well, I hope none of the following folks are too creeped-out or offended that I’ve been following/reading your blogs. I assume you’ll be fine with it, since you’re posting in public and all that. 🙂 As Shannon commented, it seems a little creepy to award professional, established authors with this virtual trinket… but if I were braver, Kris Rusch would be finding this green award in her inbox. Oops, backtracking quickly, if any of y’all ARE professional-established authors, don’t be insulted. Your blogs have made me feel right-at-home: I didn’t realize you’re one of those lucky-gifted few.
Well, hello again. It’s been a while. I’ve been keeping my blog-skills fresh over in my business persona and poor little bibliophage has been pining away here. Nothing posted between June 30 and September 5th.
Not that I had stopped reading. Just… not book blogging for a time. I doubt I am going to get caught up here with full reviews for what I’ve read since the last time I posted a review. It was actually The Name of the Wind that put me out of commission back in May. That’s an excellent book … and just quite daunting to write a review that does it justice. So, call me daunted and don’t hold your breath for an eloquent review from me on that. Read the rest of this entry »
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