Monday, November 24, 2008

I Love Your Blog!

After receiving the award you are supposed to pay it forward:
1)
Add the logo of your award to your blog.
2) Add a link to the person who awarded it to you.
3) Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4) Add links to those blogs on your blog.
5) Leave a message for your nominees on their blogs.

I was nominated by
Sanna for the I Love Your Blog Award. Normally, I would nominate her, but I didn't think it was fair to tag her again. However, her blog is always fun, and I love it when she posts her sewing projects. I'm very jealous of her talent.

So, here are my 7 favorites (in no particular order):

1. Brandi's Blog - a friend from middle school/high school. Blogging has a great way to catch up and see photos of the kids.
2.
Jill Shalvis's Blog - Jill Shalvis is a romance author. Her books are very funny. Her heroes are yummy. Her blog is very entertaining and a great way for her to connect with her readers by sharing stories of her personal life as well as her professional life without it being only a marketing tool.
3.
Kristin Hannah's Blog - Kristin Hannah is another fiction author. Her origin is with the romance genre, but nowadays, you can find her books shelved almost anywhere. Her blog is relatively new, but she spends time posting and responding to her fans.
4.
Naomi's Blog - Naomi's blog centers on her writing and reading. It's nice to see which books we have in common and also on the progress of her writing. One of these days, perhaps she will inspire me to write more though I'm fairly certain procrastination will win out.
5.
Stacy's Blog - Stacy's blog centers around her family and travels while her husband is stationed in Germany. It's always fascinating to read about all the things they are up to in Europe.
6.
Susan Wiggs's Blog - Susan Wiggs is a romance author who blogs about books, hers and others, as well as life in general in Washington State. It's very thoughtful and always has great photos or links. This month, she is posting all things for which she is grateful. I'm hoping to be inspired to post my own gratitude post, but again, procrastination is a strong and evil force.
7.
Tess Gerritsen's Blog - Tess Gerritsen is a mystery author. I was fortunate enough to see her during a booksigning tour over a year ago. Her books are fascinating. Her blog is mostly notes on her writing and travels. I really enjoy the behind-the-scenes tidbits on her books and all the things that interest her.

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