I’m Sticking Around Blog Award!

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I’m finally back from my computer meltdown (backup EVERYTHING guys, seriously. I lost all of my photos. My only consolation is that I have my writing in several places because I’ve already lost two whole books to a computer crash) and my body meltdown (stomach flu all weekend). I’m still working on getting the extremely decrepit scanner hooked in to the brand new fancy computer who thinks the scanner has the plague, but I’ll get them to hold hands soon and scan in some stickies. In the meantime, I’m sending you all to some of the other blogs that have become my favorites over this NaNo season, and which get my first ever blog award:

Roni Loren, *Fiction Groupie*: http://fictiongroupie.blogspot.com/ This is actually a blog that I’ve been reading for a long time, but she just had a Crit Partner Matchmaking post that is very much worth looking into. I found a very promising critique partner in the comments section 🙂

Misha, My First Book: http://sylmion.blogspot.com/ She posts on everything from school to writing, and you’ll be amazed by how much she can get done in a day.

Claudie A., NaNo ML: http://claudiea.blogspot.com/ All sorts of wonderful little thoughts on writing, on how to deepen characters and make worlds (and words!) come to life.

J. Rosemary Moss, Ready for Arkham: http://jrosemarymoss.blogspot.com/ The “Creative Draw of the Day” Tarot Cards (with explanations as to what each means for her writing) are reason enough to visit this blog, but the owner is also a lovely, encouraging person!

Ellen Brickley, Pink Tea and Paper: http://ellenbrickley.blogspot.com/ I’m not sure if it’s the pretty background or the weekly microfiction that keeps me coming back to this blog, but I have a feeling it’s the author’s voice more than anything.

Unfortunately, since my copy of Photoshop is connected to the scanner getting along with the computer I haven’t been able to actually MAKE the award graphic yet. But I will post it when I do and let the winners know they can pick it up 🙂 It’s finally here! Feel free to collect and stick(!) on your blog 🙂

What are some of your favorite blogs that you will always stick with?

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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary.

12 thoughts on “I’m Sticking Around Blog Award!”

  1. Sorry to hear about the lost photos and the flu, yuck!

    And thanks so much for giving me the award! I’m so happy you found a potential crit parter! I know how tough good betas can be to find, so I love to hear when some of the matchmaking has worked! 🙂

    Hope you have a great holiday!

  2. Oh my word thank you! And thank you for being such a sticky reader. 😉

    I have so many blogs that I return to all the time, but once I get my award forwarded, I’ll link to them for you.

    Have a wonderful Christmas and may your new year be computer hassle free.

    🙂

  3. Thanks for saying you’ll be sticking around 🙂 I discovered some great blogs through Nano this year and will definitely be following you throughout the year.

    Thanks for hosting the blog chain, I loved participating! Can’t wait til next November 🙂

    1. I’m so glad you were able to find other blogs on the chain! I definitely enjoyed reading about other people’s experiences this year (and it helped to know I wasn’t the only one struggling).

      Funny thing is, I don’t even like the color pink. But I love the background of your blog 😛

  4. Thank you so much for choosing Ready for Arkham! I’m so excited! Especially since grad school kept my posting to minimum these past couple of weeks, lol.

    And now you’ve given me a bunch more blogs to check out–yay!

  5. Woow, thanks for the award, sticky! 🙂 Now I’ll have to check all these wonderful other blogs!

    Two of my all-time favourites are Margo’s at Urban Psychopomp and Mia’s at Literary Jam and Toast.

    Glad to know you’re better. Maybe you’ll be safe for the rest of the holidays. 😉

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