Irresistible Blog Award
Welcome to my World of Poetry. I had seen it on Alex J. Cavanaugh's blog and thought it looked rather nice. Now I have one of my own. Thank you, Yvonne, and I'm glad you got your computer problems taken care of and are back with us.
Here are a few blogs that I find irresistible (I could name a few hundred!):
The Optimal Optimist is a nice place to get a positive message and give your day a smile.
Hollywood Spy has the scoop on movies and entertainment--and Dezmond's pretty cool.
Elizabeth West at Graphomaniac always has something interesting to say.
Lynda R.Young at W.I.P. It has plenty of helpful information to offer.
Please accept these awards if you wish and feel free to pass them on to any blogs that you find irresistible.
If you readers wouldn't mind, drop by these sites and give them a big hello and tell them you saw it here on Tossing It Out. Hopefully you'll find these blogs as irresistible as I have.
My NaNo novel is called Time Light. I talked about it this past week and offered a brief synopsis. I'm still listening to your comments and suggestions so be sure to stop by and give me your two cents. If fifty of you leave two cents I'll have a dollar! My NaNo train has left the station and so far the novel is on track. I'm hoping for a couple of days with big bursts of steam that put me well ahead of schedule, but if I keep my current pace I'll be doing fine. And speaking of time, don't forget to set clocks back in the U.S. for the end of Daylight Savings Time--it seems like it really came late this year.
Blog Train Rolling
As my NaNo train rolls along, so does Stephen Tremp's Breakthrough blog tour. Stephen's been offering up some great information on the other stops and will be visiting Tossing It Out on Tuesday with a truly fascinating topic that will make you think.
I'll be keeping up with my NaNo progress, but I don't want to bore the Non-NaNo-ers with too much. After all, those of you who are signed up can check me out on the NaNo site. My username is "wordleeness" and you can find out more about me, my novel, and my progress on the NaNo site.
My Monday post will be a quirky look at some blog weirdness--or is it all something that is much more sinister that it appears to be. Maybe some of you will know what's going on. Then on Thursday I'll salute those who have served America as I observe Veteran's Day.