Blogger of the Year Nomination

Published December 18, 2012 by rochellewisoff

Although I feel this is something akin to forwards and chain letters that I normally wouldn’t pass on I decided accept with thanks to Sandra for the nomination and kind words. Blog of the Year Award banner 600

Part of the arrangement is that I post the award, link it back to Sandra and then nominate others for the award.  Although there are quite a few I’d like to include on my list I’m keeping my list to a minimum due to the underwhelming response I received last time I did this sort of thing.

There’s no obligation.

And the winners are:

Janet Webb because I think she’s one hell of a writer. I don’t know how she comes up with wonderful stories at the drop of her western hat.

Madison Woods because I owe her debt of gratitude for allowing me to take over Friday Fictioneers, one of my greatest pleasures in life.

8 comments on “Blogger of the Year Nomination

  • Wow, Rochelle, you just blew me away! I staggered to the computer to get a post out after a fabulous Pink Martini concert, decided to glance at my reader and yours was the last post I was going to read before going to bed. You’ve made me a very happy person and I’m humbled by the compliment! When I have time to breathe again, I’ll pass on the award, post it on my site (if I can remember how) and whatever else I have to do. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and my cowboy hat as well.

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  • Congratulations. I could not think of a more deserving blogger… from the perky little avatar, to the words within… your selfless devotion to a Rag-Tag Bunch of Fictioneers each week, raises you above all others.

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