Sunday, 7 February 2010

I’d like to thank…

I have been publishing my writing at this blog for over 5 months now. I had hoped, when I started, that this would be something I persevered with and, so far, so good. I have thoroughly enjoyed writing here and do it simply for myself. It never occurred to me that so many people would be interested in my writing and I am consistently pleasantly surprised by my growing band of followers as well as the hundreds of visitors that my counter tells me drop in every month. I was even more surprised to be given a “kick ass” award by Bendigo at last week. I would like to thank him for his kindness and you for reading my posts.

I have never been given a blogging award before and am unsure of the etiquette, but judging from what I saw at Bendigo’s blog I believe the correct form would be for me to pass this on to a few blogs that I find to be, for want of a more Anglican turn of phrase, kick ass. So I submit to you, my dear readers, the following kick ass blogs for your consideration:

The mighty mind of Bruce Coltin, a superior wordsmith whose infrequent posts keep me eagerly checking my dashboard for updates:

Blogspot’s answer to Mary Shelly, Anne Rice and the chick who wrote Twilight: Tina at The Clean White Page, whose stories keep me from sleeping. Okay, the gaming keeps me from sleeping, but if it didn’t, they would:

For his amazing headers (he creates them himself) and his impressive posts (he is Greek, writing in English), a fellow gamer and blogger, Zomgas of Gaming Eden:

I could carry on all day, but I think that might be overdoing it. Thanks again Bendigo.

Humbly yours,



  1. Congratulations TGG! Thank you for the award and for the literary associations, very cool!

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  2. You are most deserving...and congrats to your recipients as well... I look forward to your reviews each and every time...Keep doin what you're doin... :)

  3. thank you very much gaminggentleman

  4. wow great job, i hope my gaming blog will receive an award someday.

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