The Blogger Recognition Award Round Six!

Tony at Sir Tonix has nominated me for the Blogger Recognition Award. I most humbly thank him for this act of kindness. He is a friendly blogger and I recommend you to visit his blog and follow him. We met in the Blogging University Blogging 101 course.

Rules For This Award:

1. Select 15 other blogs you want to give the award to.

2. You cannot nominate yourself or the person who has nominated you.
3. Write a post to show your award.
4. Give a brief story of how your blog started.
5. Give a piece of advice or two to new bloggers.
6. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
7. Attach the award badge to the post (right click and save, then upload.)

8. Comment on each blog and let them know you have nominated them.

9. Provide a link to the original post on Edge of Night.

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How This Blog Started:

Brief Version: A young lad wanted to develop original thinking and started scribbling compulsively. These notebooks grew immensely in time and weariness resulted in online record keeping eventually metamorphosing in blogging.

Long Version: Blogging Journey

Advice For New Bloggers:

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Give and you will be given. Don’t hold back words of appreciation and kindness ever. Hesitate to criticise. Don’t judge, we are all fallible and learning from our mistakes.

Blogging is socializing. No difference whatsoever. Take a genuine interest in people. Blogs are dead-weights without bloggers.

Participate in discussions in comment sections of blogs you like. Address people with names. Participate in discussion forums and give sincere feedback to your fellow friends. If you do this you will neither run dry on inspiration, nor fall short of motivation and support. The Alumni forum is one such forum where active engagement in discussion, feedback and light-hearted chattering happens. Feel free to drop by and join as an author over there!

Follow the followers. If someone follows you, they deserve to be followed. With trial and error you will come to know which blogs appeal you more and more. There is no harm in creating a blogosphere where you have lots of followers but a few visitors who comment. Expansion is out of love, contraction is out of fear. Exposure isn’t possible unless you expand! It’s better to follow more people than otherwise. You will get better exposure and this will help you find many beautiful friends.

Participate in the Blogging University Courses–especially in the Blogging 101 and you will get to meet many good blogging friends. Blogging and life will become better if you keep interacting actively!

The Nominees Are:

These wonderful friends in blogosphere are creative artists. They regularly interact with their friends and comment on their posts. They encourage and help their fellow friends. They are very generous, helpful and friendly. They make the blogosphere a very beautiful place. I wish them all the success, health and happiness and encourage you to visit their sites. Love and light!

The Scribbling Parrot

Mylifevoyages 

You Unfolded

The Lonely Author Blog

Wandering Soul

Honestme 363

Hasmeet Writes

Element

Jill Hampton James

Facts and Commentaries

Chape Personal Trainer

Black Rose of Ice

Mind and Life Matters

Elegies and Aches

Wannatalkavenscent 

Being Me Presently

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