Monday, March 29, 2010

The Prolific Blogger Award

Thank you, Myrna, for this thoughtful award. According to the award's inscription, a prolific blogger is "one who is intellectually productive, keeping up an active blog that is filled with enjoyable content." I fear I'm not quite as prolific as I'd like to be, as there are days when I feel about as intellectually productive as a mushroom, but I'm trying. And I appreciate the thought.

Here are a few other prolific bloggers worth checking out:

A.L. Sonnichsen of The Green Bathtub I'm sort of cheating with this one, since Myrna gave A.L. the award at the same time she gave it to me, but hey, out of the mouths of two or three witnesses, right?

Authoress of Miss Snark's First Victim Authoress's blog is all about critique. Submit an excerpt to her (when she calls for one, of course), and you're bound to receive at least a dozen great comments from her readers. She also hosts regular contests, with prizes ranging from query to full manuscript critiques from established agents.

Kelly Bryson of Book Readress Kelly isn't just another young adult fantasy writer--she's also a great resource for beginning and more experienced novelists. Check out her posts to pick up some great writing tips.

Liesl of Writer Ropes and Hopes Liesl isn't just another young adult fantasy writer, either. I discovered Liesl's blog after stumbling across several insightful comments she'd made on other writers' blogs, and she is just as insightful in her own posts.

Natalie Whipple of Between Fact and Fiction Of all the blogs I read, Natalie's is probably the one from which I've learned the most. She's also represented by the uber-awesome Nathan Bransford, so she's clearly doing something right.

Have a beautiful day, everyone!


Myrna Foster said...

Thanks for the links! I don't think I've ever been over to Kelly's blog.

Liesl said...

Wow. Thanks. Is there an emoticon for blushing?

ChristaCarol said...

Great stuff here, thanks!

Krista V. said...

You all are welcome!

(Sorry, ChristaCarol - I guess it's just been too long for me to say "y'all," or in this case, "all y'all." I lived in Texas for about a year, and although I didn't use y'all much there, it was the first word that popped out of my mouth once I moved. But I'm still an honorary Texan because I know the plural:) )

Kelly Bryson said...

Thanks! You make me sound much more interesting than I feel. You must be a good storyteller;)

Krista V. said...

Oh, Kelly, I sure hope I'm a good storyteller - but here I'm only stating facts:)