Silver Linings And Cosmic Coincidences

The beautiful and talented Carol Miller has given me an award for my blog! I’m so honored that she thought of me, and grateful for the publicity. If you get a chance, go by Carol’s blog and check out what she’s got to say. I promise, it will be more than worth your time.

This award comes with the simple (or very hard?) task of choosing five other blogs to pass it on to. So, in no particular order, I would like toย bequeath the Silver Lining Award to:

1) Lynnette Labelle
2) Heather McCorkle
3) Lorel Clayton
4) K.C. Collins
5) Boudreau Freret

Fantastic writers with great things to say, all of them. You won’t be disappointed!

Now for Part Deux of this blog post:

I don’t know where I’ve been that would have prevented me from hearing about Carol and Simon‘s Cosmic Coincidences short story contest, but somehow, I missed it.

Maybe it’s because I spent the past month moping around and burying myself in the editing process until I nearly suffocated.

Anyway, they’re having a contest! And it ends on January 31. I really want to enter it, and if you like to write, then you should, too! If you’re interested, click here for the rules and here for the prizes you could win.

Alright, that’s all for today, everybody. Happy Tuesday!

19 thoughts on “Silver Linings And Cosmic Coincidences

  1. Congrats on the award!

    I intend to enter Simon & Carol's contest – but I haven't written a word yet. *sigh* Really have to squeeze in some time for that!!

  2. Congrats on the award, Anne! You deserve it. And thank you so much for passing it on to me! I'm glad to see you coming out of the editing mopes. All things come to an end (good and bad) but it's better when the bad stuff is over.
    Your new bio photo is beautiful BTW, lighter than the last one. I'm seeing some good symbolism here ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Jemi, I haven't written much yet. I've got to work on it today so I don't end up procrastinating and then frantically trying to get it done at the last second, as is my usual modus operandi. And I have no idea if I spelled that right or not.

  4. Thanks, Lorel! It is very nice to come out of the editing mopes. That is the perfect word for it! And you're right, the new picture is much lighter, I didn't even think about that! Ha!

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