Tuesday Haiku #3

This week’s haiku celebrates the publication of The Talent Seekers.  It should be online and available for purchase on Thursday!

The Talent Seekers cover #1Unnatural skills

Cause distrust and banishment.

White Horse seeks talent.

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The WordPress Family Award

The WordPress Family Award is reserved for folks in Cyberspace who are  unceasingly kind, sympathetic, encouraging, and open to laughter—and who keep each other going by sharing, commenting, and making personal connections even though they may actually be virtual strangers.  I am extremely honoured to have been nominated for this award by Julie Grasso.  Since I met Julie in cyberspace just over four months ago, I now consider her to be one of my best friends.  She’s also a brilliant author – watch out for the sequel to her fab Escape From the Forbidden Planet being published July 17th.

The Rules

  1. Display the award logo on your blog.√
  2. Link back to the person who nominated you.√
  3. Nominate 10 others you see as having an impact on your WordPress experience and family.√
  4. Let your 10 Family members know you have awarded them.√

Here, in no particular order, are  my nominees. This was difficult since Julie also nominated most of those I would have chosen (Steve, Renee, Christine, Cheryl…). Nevertheless, each of these people have become part of my blog/writing family and every one has encouraged me and kept me sane on this path we called life.

1. Rebecca Douglass – http://www.ninjalibrarian.com

2. Jonathan Curran – http://www.jaysaul.wordpress.com/

3. Sally Harris – http://frankly-books.com/

4. The Light-Bearer, Emily Guido – http://lightbearernovelist.wordpress.com/

5. C B Wentworth – http://cbwentworth.wordpress.com/

6. Sue Ann Bowling – http://homecomingbook.wordpress.com/

7. Damyanti – http://damyantiwrites.wordpress.com/

8. Danielle English – http://kanizo.co.uk

9. Pete Denton – http://petedenton.wordpress.com/

10. Donna L Sadd – http://donnalsadd.wordpress.com/

There are also a batch of people who deserve mentions but don’t blog themselves, particularly Julie White, Gina Cresse and of course, Dawn Cavalieri.

Thank you,  everyone, for your support.  It means a lot.

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