Blog of the Year 2012 – I’ve been nominated!

I have been nominated for a Blog of the Year 2012 award, how exciting! A huge thank you to Debz Hobz-Wyatt for the honour, it is a lovely Christmas present.

Blog of the Year Award 1 star thumbnailThe idea of this award is to pay it forward and show appreciation for our fellow bloggers. We spend a lot of time practising our craft, and our intention is always to provide something entertaining, informative and accessible to our readers. I will list my nominees below, but it doesn’t stop there.

You can collect stars! I have received 1 nomination and subsequently 1 star. If I am nominated again by somebody else, I can collect more stars, to a grand total of 6. What a fun game! There is also a dedicated Facebook group for bloggers of the year, see here.

6-stars-imageAnd now, here are my nominations for Blog of the Year 2012. I follow a lot of blogs, but I have narrowed down a selection of those that I have especially enjoyed recently.

S.C. Skillman – A fellow author and explorer of the spiritual path, her posts are always fascinating and interesting.

Oscar Sparrow – An inspiring poet and avid supporter of the world of Indie writers.

Habisha (Deborah R. Turner) – A fellow author offering words of advice and encouragement.

Alex Laybourne – A fellow author who has become something of a ‘pen friend’ during our interactions, his blog is both entertaining and varied with a slant towards his favourite horror genre.

Congratulations everyone, and Merry Christmas!

 

 

About SpookyMrsGreen

Catherine Green: ghostbuster, author, mother and wife. My ghosts lurk within the human mind; my supernatural creatures are loud and proud. You heard me. I hunt ghosts, both the scary old house kind, and those that are not so easily revealed. I live with people that have mental health challenges, mainly depression and anxiety, and those kinds of ghosts are the most difficult to slay. It is not surprising, then, that my novels feature supernatural creatures exhibiting weird and wonderful personality traits, magical powers, and all the quirks of a human magnified and heightened. The Redcliffe Novels are set in a fictional seaside town in Cornwall, and my next series of novels tell tales of vampires and vampire hunters in the North West of England. Come and take a look, if you dareā€¦
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5 Responses to Blog of the Year 2012 – I’ve been nominated!

  1. Thank you Catherine, I am speechless, that makes two stars for me. Thank you for thinking of me.

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