Saturday, September 17, 2011

Spreading Friendship

So I have won another award! I feel so special!

My good friend and crit partner Roseanne has given me The Liebster Award. Here is a little bit about it:

"Liebster" is German for friend. And as I have said before - this is my favorite award both to receive and give away.

Here are the rules:
  • Link back to the person who gave you the award.
  • Pick five other people to give the award to and notify them on their blog.
  • Post the award on your blog.
  • Bask in the camaraderie of the most supportive people on the Internet – other writers.
  • And best of all – have bloggity fun and spread the love.

And here are the luck bloggers I am passing it on to - enjoy!

Oh! Did you want an update on my goals too? Okay, if you insist.

Shadowed Stones: Query letter done! Working on the outline (which is listed in the submission requirements for Shadow Mountain Publishing). I am also continuing with edits from my wonderful beta readers.

Three of Ivory: Working on developing characters. Kind of on hold for a while because I am focusing on Shadowed Stones.

Reading: I got a few books from the library that were published by Shadow Mountain. I have read two and have one left. Also I would like to read Destruction from Twins and Insight book 1 of the Beholder's series this month. Oh, and the next book in The Chronicles of Prydain. So if I am not getting a lot of writing done - you know why :)

Who is your best writerly friend?


  1. Yay! Congratulations on your award, you deserve it.

  2. Congrats on the award! It's a perfect weekend to read, too.

  3. Congratulations on the award and finishing your query!

  4. Congrats on the award! But an even HUGER congrats on finishing the query! That's so very awesome. And such an accomplishment! I think queries can actually be called a cause of death.

  5. Hey thanks for the encouragement! I admit I was really overwhelmed by the query. But the problem was - that I was trying to write the perfect query letter. And to me nothing is ever perfect. So I wrote one that I thought was good and moved on.