9 February 2010

What, Me Prolific??

Regular visitors to my blog will know that I am guilty of blogging far too much! Already this month I have written about 15 blog posts in 8 days - I just can't help myself.

On the weekend Marg at Reading Adventures passed on to me a Prolific Blogger Award.

Receiving this award means:
A Prolific Blogger is one who is intellectually productive… keeping up an active blog that is filled with enjoyable content.
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!
2. Each Prolific Blogger must link to the blog from which he/she has received the award.
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. (Click here for the Mr. Linky page.)

I am going to pass this award on to the following bloggers (victims):


Uriah Robinson said...

Thanks Kerrie, but after making two spelling errors with Qiu Xiaolong several times over on one post I am not sure I deserve it!
I was skyping my son at Hong Kong airport at the time so you would think I could get a Chinese name right.

Anonymous said...

Kerrie - How very kind of you! Thank you so much : ). Hmm.. I wonder if this award can be "boomeranged," as you certainly deserve it. Congratulations to you!

Dorte H said...

Thank you so much for thinking of me!

Cathy said...

Thank you, Kerrie!

Maxine Clarke said...

I think that everyone blogs at a frequency natural to them - when I started blogging and look back now at those posts, I was posting several a day. Now, it is only a few a week. I suppose it goes in phases - certainly, Kerrie, you blog when you have something to say and it certainly does not seem as if there are "too many" posts - just right, I think!

Meg Gardiner said...

Ooh, I'm tagged. And I'm headed for the hills, literally... I'll let you know when I can respond to this challenge!

Used Machinery said...

I think the person who said that about you was trying to say you had written too much in a single instance; not exactly the correct use of "prolific," but that should help you interpret it.


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