Julie Luek at A Thought Grows, and Joseph Schwartz at Magicellus awarded me the Addictive Blog Award so long ago now they may have moved on to more stimulating addictive blogstances.
Nevertheless, thank you.
My role in the process is to pass on the award to those blogs I feel impelled to visit regularly. All of my current addictions have been presented with this award, a number of times in some cases, so instead, I am nominating new friends that I am confident will become addictions over time.
- Annalisa Crawford at Wake up, eat, write, sleep.
- Stina Lindenblatt, writer of Young Adult fiction.
- Chihuahua Zero, teenage writer at The YA's Dogtown.
And speaking of diction addictions, I'm usually not one to enter into the frenzy of fads, but this is one I could not resist.
The PBC Mastermind, M. L. Swift, has spoken. The third Wednesday of every month, beginning 20th February, will see a group of astute writers descend like a pack of wild animals on a writing craft book.
First to the feast is Anne Lamott's Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life.
Check it out. Speak your mind. Mingle with fellow wordivores, because remember:
You are lucky to be one of those people who wishes to build sand castles with words, who is willing to create a place where your imagination can wander. Anne Lamott. Bird by Bird.