Very Inspiring Blog Award

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I’m thrilled to have been nominated for a Very Inspiring Blog Award by Julie Stock, whose wonderful blog My Writing Life can be seen here. Thank you, Julie!

Here are the rules of the award:

  • Thank and link to the person who nominated you.
  • List the rules and display the award.
  • Share seven facts about yourself.
  • Nominate 15 other amazing blogs and comment on their posts to let them know they have been nominated.
  • Optional: follow the blogger who nominated you, if you don’t already do so.

Right, seven facts about me. I’m going for the random approach here:

  1. As a teenager I bred and showed guinea pigs
  2. My debut novel is being published at the age of 58. It really is never too late!
  3. I love chocolate
  4. I drive a bright red sports car
  5. I was in Wyoming on a ranch holiday on 9/11  
  6. I’m a late convert to the music of Led Zeppelin (courtesy of my husband)
  7. I have played midwife to numerous cows and sheep

And now for my 15 nominees:

  1. Sally Jenkins – A Writer on Writing
  2. Morton Gray – Morton S Gray
  3. Linda Chamberlain – Naked Horse
  4. Tora Williams – Tora Williams
  5. Bella Osborne – Bella Osborne Writes
  6. Rachael Thomas – Rachael Thomas Romance Writer
  7. Jessica Gilmore – Sprig Muslin

The eagle-eyed amongst you will notice I have only nominated 7 other bloggers. I’m not too hot on maths, but even I can see that if every blogger nominates 15 others we will shortly run out of bloggers. That’s my excuse anyway, I hope I will be forgiven.

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About Janice Preston

I write emotional, sensual and satisfying Regency romance for Harlequin Mills & Boon
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2 Responses to Very Inspiring Blog Award

  1. Thanks so much for the nomination, Janice. Unfortunately I’m a bit snowed under at the moment so won’t have time to do this justice – so I’ll have to pass this time. Good to read all about you though. Didn’t know you could deliver calves & sheep – how about writing a farm-based romance …

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