The Best Blog Award--awarded by:
Sara McClung who blogs at The Babbling Flow of a Fledgling Scribbler.
I'm so excited to get this award! Thank you so much, Sara. I'm so honored!
In keeping with the Best Blog Award traditions, it's my turn to pass on the love. Here are the rules for the BBA:
- To accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award and his/her blog link.
- Pass the award to other bloggers that you recently discovered and think are great! Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.
- Jemi Fraser at Just Jemi
- J. Koyanagi at J. Koyanagi
- Simon C. Larter at Constant Revisions
- Carolina Valdez Miller at Carol's Prints
- Mary W. Jensen at Feywriter
Congrats guys! Now its your turn to pass on the love; get to it!
On another (and still super excited) note, I am pleased to announce that Caleb's Interview has been posted on Carol's Print's. His interview is part two in a two part series. To see part one (Kate's interview) click here.
I have to say... Carol, you could be in advertising; you made me look good! I definitely don't feel nearly as awesome as you made me out to be on your blog! You've been such a sweetheart to work with. Thank you for hosting Caleb's Interview. We both applaud your patience as we struggled to keep ourselves in "interview mode". What can I say? I'm a writer not an interviewer; I live for descriptions!
For anyone who doesn't know, Carol AKA Carolina Valdez Miller is currently blogging a series called Totally Sane Interviews with Vampires, Hobbits, and Talking Toads: A Series of Character Interviews. This series is a collection of author/character "interviews" from different writers throughout the writing community. Can I just say, WOW! Talk about funny stuff...seriously. We writers are constantly saying things like, "Man, my poor character is going to hate me when I'm finished with this chapter," and "I feel bad for what I'm about to do to [insert character name here]." But after these character interviews, you can forget it! The characters (yes, the one's inside our heads) totally get back at us! They so deserve that broken bone, gunshot wound, or crippling heartache. I don't even feel bad for the near-death-experience that my MCs are headed into... muahhahaha!