The Liebster Blog award

Anita Chapman, fellow member of the RNA’s New Writers’ Scheme, has very kindly selected my blog for The Liebster Blog award. Thanks, Anita! That’s really kind. As you know, I thoroughly enjoy your blog too. The topics are always thought provoking, and encourage a broad discussion which I really enjoy.
In accepting the Liebster Blog Award, the recipient agrees to:
-Thank the person who gave them the award and link back to that person’s blog
-Copy and paste the award to their blog
-Reveal the 5 blogs they have chosen to award, commenting on their blog to break the news
-Hope the writers of these blogs accept and award The Liebster Blog Award to 5 bloggers they would like to honour
This award is for anyone with fewer than 200 followers.
So, here are the blogs I would like to nominate for The Liebster Blog Award:
Hannah Hooton – For witty and enjoyable articles about the road to publication and writing in general. You only have to read to posts to see how good the books will be.
Margaret Jones – For excellent, thought-provoking book reviews and so many tempting reading options your only trouble will be where to start…
Alison May – I’m overlapping with Anita in my recommendation here, but since – along with the other blogs in this list – hers and Anita’s are two that I read most eagerly and regularly, I thought, what the hell! I’m nominating Alison for witty posts about writing, books and politics. They’re good to read, and make you think.
Ruth Livingstone – For… well, for a multitude of interesting posts, on writing as well as on Ruth’s walk around the British coastline. Both sections of the blog can be accessed from Ruth’s homepage.
Lisa Bodenham-Mason – For interesting posts on the ups and downs of writing and motherhood, as well as the generous sharing of useful information for writers.
Thanks for your blogs – I really enjoy them!

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