Thank you to The Teen Daydreamer for nominating me for The Teen Daydreamer Award, (https://theteendaydreamer.wordpress.com/2015/03/08/the-daydreamer-award-3/). I very much appreciate it.
Here are the rules:
- Thank the person who gave you the award – Thank you again Teen Daydreamer!
- Complete the challenge they set you.
- Select a blog or blogs that you want to give the award to. (The amount of blogs you select is unlimited!)
- Tell them about it and set them a challenge.
(Please include the rules in your post).
My challenge, as set by Teen Daydreamer, is to describe my absolute dream job, so here goes!
Ideally I would like to earn sufficient from my writing to allow me to live in the country (but within easy reach of a major city). I would spend a part of each day writing and the rest in charity work or socialising with friends. A pipedream but, in any case my ideal job.
There are so many blogs deserving of nomination. However, after careful consideration I have decided on the below 6 blogs:
- Inspired By A Book. This young woman has worked hard, in a short space of time to build up a book review blog and deserves credit for her hard work (https://inspiredbyabook.wordpress.com/).
- Writing Post Parkinson’s talks about living with Parkinsons and contains some great material on creativity more generally (https://nimbus432.wordpress.com/).
- Behind The White Coat is a touching and frequently humorous blog by a doctor (https://doctorly.wordpress.com/).
- Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog for his unfailing support for indie authors and support for reading (http://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/).
- Tess of How The Cookie Crumbles for her interesting posts on China together with her stories (https://letscutthecrap.wordpress.com/).
- Kev Cooper for his writing and his unfailing kindness to fellow authors (http://kevs-domain.net/).
- My challenge to the above bloggers, should they choose to accept it, is to write a short piece about their favourite book and/or the writer who has exerted the greatest influence on them.
(Note: being a blind user of screen reading software I am unable to insert the image which accompanies the original post).