One Lovely Blog Award Nominee

By Lillian Nader

October 10, 2014

Thanks to my friend and writing buddy, Dr. Heather Rivera, I have been nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award. Heather is the author of nonfiction, Healing the Present from the Past, and fiction, Quiet Water, and Maiden Flight. I’ve read and loved them all, and I am pleasantly surprised to be among those nominated for this award.

One Lovely Blog Award Rules:

  1. I need to thank the person who nominated me. check!
  2. Share 7 things about myself that you still may not know. check!
  3. Nominate up to 15 bloggers. check!
  4. Notify the nominees that I have done so. check!
  5. Put the logo of the award on my blog site. check!

Seven things about me you may not know:

  1. I am from Marshall, Texas, the home of Bill Moyers and the Great Debaters of Wiley College.
  2. My first year of teaching was the first year of integration in Marshall; I was a ninth grade speech and English teacher.
  3. I moved to California in 1981, where I met and collaborated on the musical comedy, Pandora, with Larry Marino.
  4. I have entered Pandora in the Fullerton College 26th Annual Festival of Playwrights, and I am waiting until December to find out if selected.
  5. Although I have worked with my dreams most of my life, I attended my first dream work group this week, “The Sacred Dreams” meet-up group.
  6. I have been lifelong friends with twins named Narcy and Narcissa.
  7. I will be reading excerpts from my novel in progress, Theep and Thorpe, at the Writers and Book Festival at SMHAS in Irvine, CA November 1, 2014.

It is my pleasure to nominate:

Carole Marshall: Author of Reading to Jane, a novel, and Maximum Fitness Minimum Risk, a guide available in e-book or hard copy. I met Carole in the New Best Fiction Author contest. Her site is at http://www.spiritexplored.com.

Shawn Allen: Shawn’s lovely poetry is shown here. I met Shawn in online courses for writers. http://shawnallen50.wordpress.com/

Mary Dusing: She describes her blog as “…a mixture of poems, rants, prose and pretty much wherever my head’s at.” I met Mary in the Un-Bootcamp for Writers course by Jacob Nordby. www.blueblithers.blogspot.com

Robb Geweniger: Mostly writing about writing with an emphasis on children’s books. I met Robb in Un-bootcamp as well. http://www.robbterranova.com

Susan Arthur:  Mostly musings about everyday life mixed with my love of photography. Susan was also in Un-bootcamp, and we stay in touch online. http://freezerburned-suddenlysusan.blogspot.com

Marilyn Rice: A British author who writes as one of the characters in her novels and she calls herself Lady M. She writes about her appearances at book fairs and other ramblings in the neighborhood and beyond. http://lookaftereachother.blogspot.com/2014/10/chilwell-last-sunday.html?spref=fb.

Michele Truhlik: For all you dog lovers: http://angelsbark.wordpress.com A blog about life and dogs.

And three more from Un-Bookcamp:

Jasmine Iwaszkiewicz: Find out the Naked truth about Jasmine I. Explore her raw and honest musings on life. http://jasminei.com/

 

Holly Hamilton: Presents a spiritual approach to contemplative action from within. http://ContemplativeActivists.blogspot.com

Renata Somogyi Butera: Her subtitle is “Living, loving, and learning to laugh along the way.” She gives a spiritual message in her daily focus. http://lilypadheart.wordpress.com/

Happy blog reading to all.

 

6 thoughts on “One Lovely Blog Award Nominee

  1. Michele Truhlik

    Lillian! Thank you so much for your kind nomination! I didn’t know you were even aware of my blog. Good to hear! I appreciate the honor of the nomination. I will pay-it-forward by listing some of my favorite blogs in the nomination acceptance post. Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting angelsbark!

    1. Lillian Nader Post author

      Michele, I saw your blog description under mine on the Un-Bootcamp site. We were the late comers in getting ours posted. Or maybe it was before mine. I know it has value to all the people who love dogs as you do.

  2. Heather Rivera

    Great post. Thanks for the mention of my work. Look forward to reading more of your work and hearing you talk about “Theep and Thorpe” at the Festival of Writers and Books.

    1. Lillian Nader Post author

      I’m looking forward to hearing you read from your children’s book, “Into Exaltia,” at the Festival of Writers and Books.

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