Wow! I was nominated for the Superior Scribbler Award! My friend Becky Joie from Rather Be Writing has nominated Communication FUNdamentals for this honor. Thanks so much Becky Joie! Coming from a fellow writer, this means a great deal! Now it is my turn to nominate people. Here are the rules: The Super Scribbler 1. Each Superior Scribbler, must in turn, pass the Award on to 5 most-deserving bloggy buds. 2. Each Superior Scribbler must link to the author and name of the blog from whom he/she has received the Award. 3. Each Superior Scribbler must display the Award on his/her blog and link to this post which explains the Award. 4. Each blogger who wins the Award must visit this post and add his or her name to the Mr. Linky List at the Scholastic-Scribe's blog. That way, we'll be able to keep up-to-date on everyone who wins this prestigious Award! http://scholastic-scribe.blogspot.com/2008/10/200-this-blings-for-you.html 5. Each Superior Scribbler must post these rules on his/her blog. Here are my nominations for Superior Scribbler: 1. Becky Joie Thombs of Rather Be Writing! She has the most amazing insights, tips and creative posts on subject of writing and grammar. I look forward to her Dr. Wordweilder post each week too. He is a very colorful old English gentleman who shares his vast knowledge of grammar. 2. Cindy Holman's blog is a place of inspiration and renewal. She is a breath of fresh air and also very creative. She has inspired me and uplifted me so much since I began reading her blog. She even prompted me to do a two part series on my podcast about grumpiness that was inspired by her adorable Mrs. Grumpy posts! She also posts the most inspirational and uplifting music videos! 3. Felice Gerwitz has a blog and a podcast called Information in a Nutshell where she gives tips and advice to writers in order to help them market their books or get published traditionally. She often has guest authors too with some wonderful insights to the process. Always informative and very supportive, Felice and her guest authors are a must read for aspiring traditional authors and the self-published alike! 4. If you're a homeschooler, you'll want to read Gena Suarez' blog, Home Where they Belong. She posts both uplifting homeschool stories as well as news every homeschooler should know including important legislation that may threaten homeschoolers or make life difficult for us. Gena is the publisher of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, a veteran homeschooler, a dear lady of God! 5. Spunky Homeschool is a homeschool icon these days. She began on Homeschool blogger and now blogs for The Old Schoohouse Magazine as well as over on her own blog. She is one of the most thorough researchers I know! She brings political information having mostly to do with homeschooling with all the balanced and respectful diligence unheard of in the main stream news media today! Check her out!