The Versatile Blogger Award


Thank you for nominating me, ajoobacats (, on your Daily Musing and Reflections blog, for this intriguing award.


Show the award on your blog
Thank the person that has nominated you
Share 7 different facts about yourself
Nominate 15 blogs of your choice
Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination

7 facts about me:

I self-publish

I live beside the seaside

I am writing a ‘history and mystery’ novel about Genghis Khan’s missing body

Last Monday I wrote a sonnet (it wasn’t awfully good, but it was definitely a sonnet)

My Swiss Cheese plant is taller than I am

I still love cork tiles (yes, you can still get them)

I believe I am turning into an unreconstructable old anarchist.

I nominate:

Caroline’s  @ Advancing Poetry – (poet’s blog)

Dan’s @ (writer and thinker’s blog)

Sam’s @ (blog about children’s books)

Fay’s @ (performance poet’s blog)

Big Al and Pals @ (reviews of self and small press published books)

and the related blog for indie writers: (resource for indie writers)

Hannah @ (performance poet’s blog)

Marshal @ (stand-up comedian’s blog)

Ruth @ (historical novellist’s blog (Roman period))

Alison @ (alternative history author’s blog (Roman period +))

Joanna @ (author’s blog)

Carol @ (author’s blog)

Bill @ (poet’s blog)

Katrina @ (poet’s blog)

Crysse @ (author’s blog)

(Don’t feel obliged – as if you would! – to continue this chain. It has been a pleasure to give you all a shout-out).


2 Responses to “The Versatile Blogger Award”

  1. ajoobacats Says:

    I need to read that history and mystery novel about Genghis Khan when you’re finished. Please elaborate on the, “unreconstionable old anarchist,” factor.


  2. Judi Moore Says:

    Ha ha! Well, ‘they’ say that most people move further right politically as they get older (right = blue in Britain anyways). But I haven’t found that to be true for me. So you’d think I’d maybe be moving further left (left = a fetching shade of socialist red) but that ain’t true either. I am embracing all shades of purple instead. Clothes, curtains, throw rugs … and I find that I have little interest now in conventional political opinions, I just think people should be allowed to do whatever they want, as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone else. The Nanny State is not my thing. 🙂


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