Brandy was curious about the following:
1. If you have published a book (most of these nominees have, some more than one), describe in three words how it felt that first time? If you have not published a book, how do you think it would feel?
I haven't published a book....yet. But, when I do, I have no doubt it will be one of the highlights of my life. It's always nice to see your efforts come to fruition.
2. Have you taken part in Blog Blitz before or is this your first time?
This is my first rodeo, yes.
3. Have you ever run a contest/blog hop from your blog?
No, but you know I've been thinking of doing one for a while now. I think the whole process of writing is very interesting and, even more so, where people write. I'd like to do a hop highlighting what everyone's "writing spot" looks like....pictures, descriptions, etc. Hops are a lot of work, but maybe I'll organize it and give it a go, here soon.
4. What is your favorite genre to read?
5. Where is your favorite place to write?
My desk, where I have a 32" monitor...it's real easy on the eyes :)
Thanks again, Brandy, I appreciate you thinking of me!
The lovely and talented Sheena-kay Graham, from Queendsheena, also gave me some kudos in the form of the Friends for the Journey Blog
Award Encouragement. No real strings attached with this one, just passing it along and recognizing fellow bloggers is the gist of this one, it seems.
It's nice to have such great blogging buddies and their encouragement, in any form, really does help , so thank you again, Sheena!
I'd like to forward this one on to five other blogging pals who, I think, need more blogging pals of their own.
Dee at DeeCoded. Dee is all over the place, in terms of her blog, but she's always entertaining and I always enjoy seeing how things are in her corner of the world.
Jennifer over at A Creative Exercise. A focus on writing, but also this and that from here and there.
The Capillary, located in England, always has an interesting take on things.
Jasmine at A Yellow Rose of Texas always has fun and interesting topics and you never know just quite what you're going to see over there...in a good way.
Rebecca Green Gasper A YA author who is always looking to raise awareness on issues affecting young people.
So, if you get a chance, drop by these great gal's blogs and show them some encouragement!
And, for a quick Music Monday selection, here's something to help get the blood pumping...some Billy Idol and a "Pop Up Video" version, no less.
Cradle of Love
Have a great Monday.