How did the month of May get here so fast?

No, I didn’t fall off the face of the earth.

My website has been having major problems, and I was having a difficult time getting in touch with my web people. There were (and still are a few) some glitches that made it plain ugly, so I was reluctant to post content that brought people to an unprofessional looking page.

Alas, in the meantime, I got behind on my Brilliant Blog Awards!

So here they are for the months of February, March and April:

February:

Kristen

Kristen Lamb’s Blog. This is my go-to blog for writing. I always read this one. Kristen is a machine. She writes meaningful, useful content and lots of it. I’m always learning from her!

March:

peopleofonefire

People of One Fire. This is one of my favorite blogs, if not my very favorite, on Native American and Ancient American culture, architecture, and history. The copious amounts of information constantly blows my mind. How do people find time to write that much on one blog? It’s incredible!

April:

elainestock

Elaine Stock’s Everyone’s Story. I admire Elaine’s work ethic when it comes to blogging. She’s consistent, hardworking, and loves to promote other authors. Her blog’s new makeover is a treat for the eyes. And the content is fantastic. I’m so excited that she won this award!

So, there you go! Better late than never, I always say. <sigh> I’ll do better. I promise.

Whose blogs do you love the most? Let me know in the comments below! And stay tuned for May’s pick!

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Please tweet: Congratulations to Elaine Stock and Kristen Lamb for winning the Brilliant Blog Award!

 

 

2 replies
  1. Elaine Stock
    Elaine Stock says:

    Karla, thank you for this awesome honor. What a way to start my day, learning my blog is appreciated and ranked up beside these other amazing blogs. Heartfelt thanks.

    Reply
  2. Ann Ellison
    Ann Ellison says:

    I love Elaine’s blog and follow it faithfully. She has really introduced me to some wonderful authors and books.

    Reply

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