Kana Tyler, who writes a blog about her life as a writer, reader, and all-around adventurer, recently nominated me for the versatile blogger’s award, and as the award states, it means I should pass it on to 15 other worthy bloggers. I thank her firstly for the awesome nomination.
It’s quite a cool idea, a testament to the community of bloggers, who tend to help one another and support one another. It also requires me to reveal 7 random (possibly career-defining and shocking) facts about myself.
I’m not sure if “versatile” is the right word to describe me or anyone for that matter. Now, a Philips head screwdriver– THAT’S versatile.
Now, if you’re elected, you must do some things.
1.) List fifteen bloggers whom you like and link their pages to your blog post.
2.) Inform these good bloggers that you hath nominated them.
3.) Write 7 Random things about yourself in the post
Without further ado, the blogs.
1.) Lorna’s Voice
7.) Jennifer M Eaton
8.) Hollerin’ Pretty
9.) Diana Douglas
10.) Dodging Commas
11.) The wuc
12.) Rein, Rant, and Rave
13.) The Final Pages
14.) Susan Writes Precise
15.) Emma Book Blogger
Seven random things:
1.) I thought it was realistic in my youth for me to one day own a pet dolphin.
2.) I have a twitter account, for reals. Actually, I’m just a social-media-whore at this point, but click.
3.) I’ve written five full novels in my life, though none are published. Hopefully, one will be published one day. I wrote my first novel-length work when I was 11.
4.) I am very likely on the possible Terrorist list, because when researching for stories, I Google many strange things such as “how to make a homemade bomb,” “how to cook meth,” and “how to kill someone without leaving behind any evidence.”
5.) I do not own an IPod. I used to have one years ago, but I washed it. Instead, I drive around with my laptop propped up in the passenger’s seat, playing music.
6.) I’m reading my first ever graphic novel, and it’s actually AMAZING. (Watchmen)
7.) The song “Boston” by Augustana can make me cry. So beautiful. Legit, though. The voice and piano are so perfect.