I am privileged to receive a message from Ceejae at http://ceejae-devine.com/ who has nominated me for the Sunshine Award. The nomination is a really awesome way for bloggers to thank each other for all the hard work that they put into their blogs by creating continuous enjoyment and guidance to many.
As a result of getting this award I’d like to thank the people below for their super blogs. I love their commitment and relentless great advice that they give; it’s important to recognise the ongoing time that these wonderful people give selflessly to their communities.
This award was awarded to me last week. I hope everyone recognizes that these awards are similar to chain mail and have the potential to get out of control. I understand these nominations can be time-consuming for many people, so please feel free to do whatever you choose in response to my having nominated you.
The rules for this award are as follows:
1. Thank the person who nominated you and have a link back to them. (Thank you Ceejae Devine 🙂 )
2. Place the Sunshine Award in a post or on your blog (Done!)
3. Answer some questions about yourself. (Keep reading…)
4. Nominate 5-10 other bloggers. (The number is up to you!)
5. For the bloggers that you have chosen for the Sunshine Award, remember to comment on their blogs and let them know about their Sunshine Award!
Here are some sample questions:
1. What is your favorite colour?
2. What is your favourite animal?
3. Do you prefer Twitter, Facebook or Google+?
I love Facebook and Twitter, I haven’t ventured into Google+ yet.
4. What is your favourite pattern?
5. What is your favourite number?
The number five because if you add all the numbers together in my birth date you get the number five.
6. What is your favourite day of the week?
Saturday, I get more time to write.
7. What is your passion?
My nominations are:
Creative Penn (www.thecreativepenn.com/)
Kill Zone (http://killzoneauthors.blogspot.co.uk)
The Bookshelf Muse (http://thebookshelfmuse.blogspot.co.uk)
Your Writer Platform (http://www.yourwriterplatform.com/)
The Crimson League (http://crimsonleague.com/)