I’d like to thank the Academy…

After about a week hiatus, I’m back to the blog world, and what do I find?

A Prolific Blogger Award from the lovely Catherine Ensley at Words World and Wings!

My very first blog award, for being prolific, no less, and I’m not even around to enjoy it. Always that way, huh? So, better late than never, I am now adhering to the guidelines that come with being the recipient of such an award.

Here are the rules:

1. Every winner of the Prolific Blogger Award has to pass on this award to at least seven other deserving prolific bloggers. Spread some love!

Here are my Prolific Blogger Award choices:

a. Stephanie Anderson of Bookavore
b. Guys Lit Wire
c. Andy, Barbara, & Eliza from Shop Talk, the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art blog
d. The Ampersand (the blog that first gave me the idea for my new tattoo)
e. Liz of the life and times of sticks and bricks, the blog for a great indie store in downtown Northampton
f. Deborah Sloan of The Picnic Basket
g. Jenny Brown of twentybyjenny

2. Each Prolific Blogger must link to the blog from which he/she has received the award.

Here is the original post from the Words World and Wings blog.

3. Every Prolific Blogger must link back to This Post, which explains the origins and motivation for the award.

4. Every Prolific Blogger must visit this post and add his/her name in the Mr. Linky, so that we all can get to know the other winners.

Congratulations to everyone who received this award!

2 thoughts on “I’d like to thank the Academy…

  1. Rebecca, first off, congratulations on winning the Prolific Blogger Award! And secondly,… Thank you so much for paying it forward! It is an honor to be in such esteemed company, and I look forward to fulfilling my responsibilities : )

  2. Right back at you, Rebecca! Finding the news about the Prolific Blogger Award on The Picnic Basket absolutely made my day … your comment and recognition underscores what I love about blogging: communicating and sharing resources with people no matter where they live (though I am feeling the need for a spring bookstore road trip so will put a western MA trip on the list!) or what they do. As my blog is geared towards the school and library community, I’m thrilled to learn that readers from all backgrounds find it worthwhile. Thanks for sharing the blogger love and I can’t wait to share some of my favorite blog reads, too.

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