One Lovely Blog Award!

Daisy in the Willows has nominated me for the One Lovely Blog Award! Thank you so much, Daisy!


The Rules:

  • Thank the lovely person who nominated your blog and follow them. YES FOLLOW ME!

  • Display the award and add this set of rules to your post so that your nominees will know what to do

  • Nominate 15 other lovely blogs listing them in your post and notifying them via a link in one of their blog posts.

  • List 7 interesting facts about yourself to the post.


My Nominees:

What Katie Did Next

Up and Down the Rabbit Hole

Life Lessons from Around the Dinner Table

Hot Shot Headlines

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7 Interesting Facts About Me

1.) Over the years I’ve developed a taste for a lot of science fiction shows – something I never thought would happen!

2.) I just started the blog Serenity with three awesome bloggers and friends: Carla, Ariel, and Rae

3.) I’m currently reading Stay Close by Harlan Coben and plan to read two James Patterson books afterwards: Chase and The Trial!

4.) I was given an amazing freelance writing opportunity! Once again, thank you to the individual that gave me this opportunity!

5.) Through blogging and writing, I’ve discovered that I’m more creative than I previously thought!

6.) I often find my dreams really interesting. I wish I knew a way to make them into a good story.

7.) There are certain foods that I used to like and now can’t stand them!

9 Replies to “One Lovely Blog Award!”

  1. Thank you so much for the nomination! I have very vivid dreams, some are good while others are nightmares, but I keep a dream journal. I refer back to it often because sometimes two different dreams could work well together to make a story, that’s my advice to you if you’re not already doing so, keep a dream journal! 🙂

  2. I have some dreams that I think would make interesting stories (when I remember them, of course). Sometimes I even wake up & feel like, “OMG I MUST WRITE THIS DOWN RIGHT NOW.” Reading them later… some work, some don’t. But, I won’t know unless I write them down… so maybe let the dreams tell you whether or not they’re ready to be stories? 🙂

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