Thanks to Mihaela Lica (Mig) at Pamil Visions’ eWritings for tagging me with the Thinking Blogger Award. Mig is insightful and passionate, one of my favorite bloggers, so I consider it a high honor to be recognized by her.
According to the originator of the meme, Ilker Yoldas at The Thinking Blog:
The participation rules are simple:
1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think,
2. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme.
Since I received this award previously from Laura Spencer at Writing Thoughts, I’ve already named five blogs that make me think. You can see the five blogs I tagged then at A Writer’s Words, an Editor’s Eye Receives the Thinking Blogger Award! Now the challenge is to come up with five more – not a challenge because of the paucity of blogs that make me think but a challenge because many of them have already been recognized, and I’d like to include blogs that may have been overlooked. I don’t see anything on their sites to indicate they have already been tagged.
Sam Chan at Acquire Wisdom and Live with Passion: Although Sam doesn’t write original material, he shares great quotes that motivate and inspire … and make me think, and he’s recently started a Question and Answer Exchange.
Theda K. Rogers at Crayon Writer: Theda is a WAHM copywriter who recently started a great conversation about writers’ preferences for writing or editing.
Matt Jones at Random Acts of Verbiage: Matt is a Christian blogger who writes insightful and thought-provoking posts primarily about religion.
Paula at PAULA NEAL MOONEY: PaulaÂ writes aboutÂ blogging and otherÂ topics with aÂ distinctive writing voice.
Howard Freeman at SurfCountry: Howard’s recent post on his blackest moment brought tears to my eyes – he has overcome tremendous challenges, and his eloquent writing and dramatic story combine to make the reader think and feel.
Those are five of a number of blogs that make me think.
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