Versatile blogger award.

Thanks to wight rabbit Jacqueline for this award.  Here are seven things about me.

1.  I’m a mom to three grown up children who are the best people I know.

2.  I married Alan twice.  Once when I was 19 and he 25.  Then again when I was 48 and he 54.

3.  My favourite fruit are peaches.

4.  I prefer being outdoors to indoors.

5.  My favourite season is winter, especially when it’s frosty.

6.  We bought our house because it had an open fire where I love to watch the flames leaping and dancing.

7.  I once wrote my autobiography, then burned it as it was too personal.

Now for my nominees.  All favourite writers of mine, who keep us entertained with those great stories and blog posts.

I’m not putting 15, as that’s too many.  Here’s a few.

Rosemary Gemmell. www.ros-readingandwriting.blogspot.com

Teresa Ashby. www.teresaashby.blogspot.com

Jean Knill www.jakill-jeansmusings.blogspot.com

Suzanne Jones. www.suzanne-sj.blogspot.com

karen Clarke.  www.writewritingwritten.blogspot.com

Amanda Brittany.  www.writingallsorts.blogspot.com

Minxes of romance.  www.minxesofromance.blogspot.com

No obligations to pick up.

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Author: susanjanejones

I write articles and short stories, and this year I've become a pocket novelist for my weekly.

8 thoughts on “Versatile blogger award.”

  1. Congratulations! I loved reading your seven things – these awards are a lovely way to get to know more about people 🙂
    I think it’s wonderful that you married your husband twice – as Patsy says, there’s a story there!
    THank you for putting me on your list x

  2. Hi Teresa,
    Thanks to you for all those great stories, and Patsy too. You’re my two favourite short story writers. Most of my stories that get accepted are from true life. Editors are more interested in that than fictional ones so far. I keep trying though.

  3. Great post and lovely to learn more about you :0)

    Thank you so much for the nomination – I’ll make my acceptance my next post. And thank you on behalf of the Minxes, too. I have a post scheduled there at the end of the month, so I’ll make sure I blog about this.

    XX

  4. Congratulations!

    An open fire is a necessity for life – and for story making.

    Lovely to learn more about you. And I think that was brave to burn something that was too personal. I’m sure the process was good and you will be able to weave your experiences into your fiction, without it being personal. I have a feeling that’s often the way it works!

    Juliet

  5. Hi Juliet, I found it a good way of getting rid of excess baggage that was bumbling around in my head from my own life. The experiences and feelings are still there, and as you say, I’m now more in a position to put these happenings into my fiction. A real fire does give inspiration, especially for my poetry.

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