Monday, October 05, 2009

Super Scribbler Award

Pussreboots passed on to me the Super Scribbler Award because, she said, she was highlighting bloggers who were different from her in some way. For me, she wrote:
Straight From Hel … is an editor and book blogger in Texas. She and I read very different books but I love the way she writes.
I very much appreciate the award and I’m glad she said why since I immediately thought it was because I tend to scribble a lot.

Here are the rules:

Each Superior Scribbler must in turn pass The Award on to 5 most-deserving Bloggy Friends.

Each Superior Scribbler must link to the author & the name of the blog from whom he/she has received The Award.

Each Superior Scribbler must display The Award on his/her blog, and link to This Post, which explains The Award.

Each Blogger who wins The Superior Scribbler Award must visit this post and add his/her name to the Mr. Linky List. That way, we'll be able to keep up-to-date on everyone who receives This Prestigious Honor! (I have no idea who started this award, so this “rule” is rather moot.)

Each Superior Scribbler must post these rules on his/her blog.

I thought, since I’ve just started NaBloWriMo (National Blog Writing Month), I’d pass it on to some of my fellow NaBloWriMo participants. I’m just getting to meet them. I’ve been visiting 5 a day and am not through the list yet, but I have discovered some interesting blogs. I hereby award the Superior Scribbler Award to the blogs I visited yesterday.

1. R-O-H-I-N-I-F-I-E-D! has a different, young voice. I haven’t been reading the blog long enough to know for sure if the blogger is male or female, but I’m thinking female since a recent post mentioned the Shopaholic series of books.

2. Thistle Dew Farm is the opposite of me. She can knit, garden, and even remembers to take wonderful pictures of it all.

3. Damn Yankee has some wonderful pictures, plus on Saturday s/he posted the recipe for “Steak, Guinness and Cheese” -- gotta love that! Pie And, after all, isn’t Damn Yankee a perfect fit for Straight From Hel?

4. Irregular Tammie is open and approachable. She blogs about things like cooking, spending money, clothes, and Evil Cookies. She even makes firewood fun.

5. Jessie Earth Momma writes about her life, her views, her thoughts. Take a peek at a recent post called “I Don't Know What the Universe Is Trying to Tell Me.

And those are my NaBloWriMo “awardees.” Hope they enjoy it. And hope all of you drop by to say “hi” to them.
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  1. Congratualtions on yet another award - you're going to need a new blog page simply to display all of them! I'm looking forward to checking out these new "awardees."

  2. Congratulations on your award!

  3. Congrats! You are a uber-super scribbler!

  4. Thanks for the reminder to visit my fellow NaBloWriMo bloggers! I need to make the rounds today...sounds like some great blogs.

    Mystery Writing is Murder

  5. Congratulations on your Award ... It's always nice to be recognized for your efforts. Your fellow NaBloWriMo bloggers look like interesting stops!

  6. Congratulations and Thank you very much! :) And yes, I am a female.. :)

  7. Hello Rohini and good morning to all. Happy Monday.

  8. Congratulations, Helen! He, he, he...if I've got a crayon in my hand I'll be scribbling too.

  9. Congratulations Helen. Hey is there any room left on that mantle of yours with all these awards?

    How goes your latest book? It should be almost done, right? I mentioned your other ones to a friend of mine who runs the Workforce Development Office on Fort Leonardwood. Is there a way to get a copy so I can show it to a couple of the supervisors I know at the other office? I'm not even sure where to direct them to purchase them.

  10. Your mantle must be crowded and cluttered with all of the awards you have won. Emmys are probably shoved toward the back. Congrats!

    Stephen Tremp

  11. Congratulations on the award, Helen. I love finding another list of diverse bloggers to visit, so thanks for bringing us some new friends.

  12. Congrats on the award, Helen, and thanks for introducing us to some new blogs. I visited a couple and enjoyed them.

  13. Thanks for bringing new blogs to my attention. Good grief, another award! Well deserved. Congrats.


  14. congrats on your award and thank you so much!

    i love how you described me as "open and approachable" because thats definitely what im going for.

    ive been trying to make my way through the list of participants as well. it can get time consuming though because sometimes i linger too long and end up staying for large stretches of time. (i read a ton of your book reviews the other day.:)

  15. Thank you for the introduction to five new-to-me blogs.

  16. Well done on the award and thanks for sharing new blogs.

  17. Thanks everybody. I hope you find some blogs you like and want to follow.

    That's right Stephen. I put the Oscars right behind my Emmys.

    Hi Tammie. I have that same problem. I start looking through previous posts and lose track of time.

    Hi Sia. I've turned in three books. One is now out. It's the one on Automotive Technology. The ones in production are on Avionics and Game Programmers & Artists. I'll start another, but not in that series. This will be a stand-alone. I meet with the publisher tomorrow then with the publisher and the group I'll be writing about on Thursday. I'll know more then. You can find out about the Automotive Technology one on my website (which links to the publisher's page) -

    Pardon my BSP, everyone.

  18. Congratulations! I really admire anyone who can cope with Nanowrimo - November - leaves to rake - Thanksgiving meals to cook and prepare for - family coming home - washing - cleaning - Christmas gifts ... Plus writing! Wow!

  19. Aww, that was sweet of you to give the award to the blogs that you are reading for the NaBloWriMo! What a great idea for a post.

  20. Helen, your scribbling is better than most folks 5-week thought-out essay. Keep up the good work. Not sure how you keep all your blogging rounds, but, you always mange to git ‘er done. I don’t know how I can squeeze in more blog visits, but, if you think these writers are worthy, then I need to visit them.

    Best Regards, Galen

    Imagineering Fiction Blog

  21. Congrats and thanks, Helen. I'll be back to peruse your blog at length later. I love the name of it... very catchy.

  22. National Blog Writers Month? I like it!

  23. Stephanie, it comes around every October. Join us, drink the punch.

  24. Congratulations, Helen, you need a trophy room for all your awards!

    Steamy Darcy


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