I am tremendously flattered. I’ve received the Brillante Weblog award AND the Excellent award from several fellow bloggers – it is very gratifying to be recognized by one’s peers. Thanks to:
- Teddy at So Many Precious Books, So Little Time
- Rants And Reads at The Novel World (who recognized my blog Lists for the Obsessive Reader)
- Carrie at Books And Movies
The rules (once you’ve received one of these awards) is:
- Put the logo on your blog.
- Add a link to the person who awarded you.
- Nominate at least seven other blogs.
- Add links to those blogs on your blog.
- Leave a message for your nominee on their blog.
I have such a hard time with these. I have over 300 feeds on my Google Reader – blogs which I love and find interesting. So how to pick just seven? So, if I don’t list you here please don’t be hurt! Forced to choose, here are my picks:
Amy at The Sleepy Reader – Amy’s posts are always wonderful. She writes great reviews. I also love the look of her blog!
Ann at Table Talk – Ann’s posts are thoughtful and relevant. I credit her for exposing me to authors I might otherwise not have read.
Dewey at The Hidden Side of a Leaf – Dewey hosts some wonderful events (Book Carnival, Weekly Geek and the unparalleled 24 Hour Reading Challenge). She is wildly imaginative. I adore her blog.
Jill at The Magic Lasso – I love reading Jill’s reviews. They are thoughtful and provocative! Plus, she is just a really nice person!
Michelle at 1More Chapter – Michelle hosts a variety of reading challenges and ALL of her blogs are spectacularly designed and easy to browse.
Teddy at So Many Precious Books, So Little Time – Fun, fun, fun! I love Teddy’s blog…and she is a fellow challenge addict too; so what’s not to like??
Terri at Reading, Writing and Retirement – Terri is a fellow Library Thinger, an avid reader and a committed blogger. She doesn’t limit her blog to just books (although there are plenty of posts about books!), but also talks about gardening and other subjects. I always look forward to reading her latest post!
So that’s seven. Trust me, there are tons more which I read and love (I think you probably know who you are).