Diana Brandmeyer at Next in Dianaland honored me with the Nice Matters Award.
This award is for those bloggers who are nice people, good blog friends and those who inspire good feelings and inspiration. Also for those who are a positive influence on our blogging world.
That makes it difficult to narrow down the list of nice people to recognize with the award. There are so many others I would like to include, but to keep the list short, I’m selecting bloggers who have consistently helped me over an extended period of time. Many other blog friends have been incredibly helpful, but our blogging friendship is newer.
Thank you to each of you (listed in alphabetical order by first name) for being my nice blogging friend.
Jeanne Dininni at A Writer’s Notes welcomes readers warmly in her blog and encourages her blogging friends in her comments on our blogs.
Joanna Young at Confident Writing creates community by encouraging comments and reaching out to other bloggers on her own blog and by making insightful comments on other blogs.
Laura Spencer at Writing Thoughts comments thoughtfully on other blogs and recognizes other bloggers that provide good value to readers.
Manchild at When Least Expected shares his Christian faith and his motivational writings with a diverse community.
Matt Keegan at The Article Writer, one of the first bloggers I met, networks generously, stumbling blogs with no expectation of reciprocation.
Mihaela Lica at Pamil Visions’ eWritings stands up for people and justice and generously shares her knowledge, talents, and giving spirit.
Misti Sandefur at Life of a Writer shares her writing expertise and her Christian faith on her inspiring blog.
Yvonne Russell at Grow Your Writing Business gives a lot of time and expertise to host the Weekend Writers Cafe, offering writers a great place to network and share experiences, knowledge, and resources.
Thank you, also, to each one of who read and comment on my blog, who generously share yourself in your own blogs, and who inspire and motivate others through your words.