Many thanks to Ann T. and Creepy Query Girl for presenting me with some undeserved recognition.
I don't think I have ever stopped by Ann T.Hathaway's blog without learning something.
She regularly writes on poetry, crime issues, and a range of other diverse and interesting topics. Recently, she discussed a significant encounter in military history that occurred on the Kokoda Track in New Guinea--it is an educational three-part series and worth the read.
Ann T. presented me with the Honest Scrap Award; which I accepted and blogged about after winning back in November.
I don't want to be redundant, so you'll have to go read this post if you want to know things like why my parents were married in Somalia.
Creepy Query Girl, who gave me the Prolific Blogger Award, is a teacher and writer living in France. Though I am new to her blog, she has kept it interesting and humorous with topics ranging from how authors can develop stories that connect with readers to studying for the French driving exam.
In a funny and insightful post, she described her inner narrative voice while writing to be "Julie Andrews."
After much thought, I think my inner reading voice is something like John Hillerman (Higgins from the old show Magnum PI if anyone remembers)--I have no idea why the English accent, but I am sure there is some unflattering psychological explanation.
To accept the Prolific Blogger Award, you just have to:
1) Link back to this post; and,
2) Select and notify 7 other bloggers for the award.
In any event, here are seven great bloggers that I pass this award to:
Faith Looks Up
Little RV on the Hillside
Musings of an Abstract Aucklander
Happy Thursday everyone and I'll be back to regular posting tomorrow...
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