A while back I was nominated for the Liebster Blog Award by Teagan Geneviene at Teagan’s Books. Thank you so much, Teagan. Luckily for me, she went easy on the rules. It’s time I finally take care of this.
Here are the rules:
I’m going even easier on you bloggers. Rules say I’m supposed to nominate three blogs with under 200 followers, but how do I know how many followers you have? So, I am giving an open invitation to all and/or any of you. Feel free to call this Liebster Award yours. Enjoy.
Congratulations! I have nominated you for a Liebster Blog Award.
Here are the Liebster Blog Award (entirely optional) rules:
1. Thank your Liebster Blog Award presenter on your blog (that’s me).
2. Link back to the blogger who presented the award to you (that’s my site).
3. Answer the questions posted for you in my blog.
4. Copy and paste the blog award on your blog.
5. Present the Liebster Blog Award to three blogs with 200 followers or less who you feel deserve to be noticed.
6. Let them know they have been chosen by leaving a comment on their blog.
My Questions and Answers:
- Is proper grammar important (to) 2 (you) U? Most definitely, but I’m not perfect. I’m writing western romance now so I tend not to use it properly in my cowboy’s dialog and some narration. NOTE: Please—you’re/ your—get them right.
- Is it hard to be honest in your writing? This is why I write fiction? No, I don’t find it hard at all. My Bull Rider Series is filled with honesty. Some can deal with it, some can’t.
- Why did you start blogging? Blogging was the first step to getting my name out there before my first book was published. Second, I started blogging because I thought I had something to say. Turns out I don’t have that much to say.
- Do you wish you could stop blogging? No. Umm, maybe sometimes.
- Do you believe in ghosts? Yes. I lived with one. Not that I liked living with him. It inspired a short story. Maybe one day I’ll lengthen and publish it.
- What do you do when you’re not blogging? Write my novels. Play with my dog. Read. Take pictures when I can.
- What would your once-in-a-lifetime day be? I’m choosing two. I wouldn’t be able to do both of these in one day and I want to do both. (The problem is, I don’t like flying.)
>> Day one: I realize I’d need more than one day for this, but since you asked… Visit Italy—go to Venice, Milan, and Tuscany–to tour, buy Valentino boots, and eat real Italian food. I’d love to listen to my favorite tenor Vittorio Grigolo in person. More by Vittorio. I know—I write about cowboys, bull riders, and horse ranchers but listen to Vittorio. Really, if you knew me, you’d get it.
>> Day Two: Check into a hotel in Arizona and find a cowboy to call me darlin’. Ride into the Superstitions on horseback. Have barbeque in the desert. Ride off into the sunset with the cowboy who calls me darlin’.
- What are you terrible at? Math. Promoting my books like I should.
There you have it. It appears I do have something to say. 🙂
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4 thoughts on “All in a Day’s Work ~ Liebster Award”
After two minutes Mary J I doubt you’d have a problem finding a cowboy to call you Darlin’ and take you picnicking. As for Italy, wait for my lottery ticket to come up first and you can see Vittorio Grigolo while I check out some of the other voices in the higher range.
xxx Huge Hugs xxx
Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
Aw, David, you’re so sweet. It’s a deal. When your lottery ticket comes in, let me know. Thanks for your comment. Hugs.
Thanks for doing the award, Mary — I know how busy you are.
That Arizona day sounds pretty good to me too! 🙂
Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
The Arizona trip is within reach. Italy not so much. One can dream. Thanks.