Sometime In July, writer Sue Ranscht of Space, Time and Raspberries nominated me for the Eclectic Blogger Award. She’s the creator of the serial fiction series, Elliot’s Adventures. I’ve enjoyed reading these stories and heartily recommend them to readers of this post.
Started by The Shameful Narcissist, the Eclectic Blogger Award
“…is presented to those blogs that are both eclectic and engaging, where conversation flows freely, where new and different ideas are always welcome. It’s to recognize blogs that always have interesting content to match the amazing, creative, and hard-working creators that make them possible. These are the blogs that inspire you to read, watch, play, and/or create content to further enhance not only the blogosphere but also the general zeitgeist, because they themselves enrich it with their existence.”
- Nominate whomever and however many bloggers you want for the award.
- Share links from your blog for some of your favorite (or most eclectic!) posts.
- Laura’s addendum: I am including links to some of my favorite posts on these nominees’ blogs.
- Jennie Fitzkee of A Teacher’s Reflections. A life-long learner herself, Jennie encourages, engages and enables students both young and old to learn about this great big world we all share and call home.
Fav Posts – here, here, here, here, here.
- Deborah J. Brasket of Living on the Edge of Wild. Deborah combines multiple facets of the creative world – poetry, artwork, thought provoking prose, music – offering readers beautiful (he)artistic posts, often tinged with philosophic applications.
Fav Posts – here, here, here, here.
- L. Marie of El Space – The Blog of L. Marie. L.Marie’s generous and fun-loving spirit glows throughout her blog. An accomplished author herself, she regularly interviews writers about their current work, giving them a platform to reach a larger audience.
Fav Posts – here, here, here.
- Heather and Dizzy of Dinosaurs, Donkeys and MS Heather (with a little help from Dizzy) shares gentle yet powerful insights of her life’s experiences as an individual with MS in a variety of formats.
Fav Posts – here, here, here.And a special info-video by Dizzy: