Wednesday, February 18, 2009
The Excessively Diverting Blog Award
Enchanted by Josephine has been nominated by Musica & Arte for an Excessively Diverting Blog Award.
Started by the blogging team at Jane Austen Today the "aim of the Excessively Diverting Blog Award is to acknowledge writing excellence in the spirit of Jane Austen’s genius in amusing and delighting readers with her irony, humor, wit, and talent for keen observation. Recipients will uphold the highest standards in the art of the sparkling banter, witty repartee, and gentle reprove."
Thank you so much Ninon! As for me,I wish could nominate more...but I can only nominate 7. So, here follows:
1. historical-fiction.com - Such an enjoyable blog filled with great reviews, new books, old favourites and plenty of give-aways, plus wonderful historical tips and info.
2. Passages to the Past :A breathtaking site filled with lots of history and interesting reviews.
3. Marilyn's Royal Blog : this site is filled with interesting information about Royalty and lots of juicy details that keep us so interested!
4. The Raucous Royals : This site is filled with interesting can't -get-enough-of-it historical information that keeps you on edge til the next post.
5. Writing the Renaissance : A delightful blog about 16th century France with such detailed information that brings the period to life.
6. World of Royalty Blog : A fantastic blog with up-to-the-minute accounts of what's happening in the world of Royalty.
7. Royal Rendez-Vous : A very interesting and informative blog about Royal history and fascinating facts and finds.
Recipients, please claim your award by copying the HTML code of the Excessively Diverting Blog Award badge, posting it on your blog, listing the name of the person who nominated you, and linking to their blog. Then nominate seven other blogs that you feel meet or exceed the standards set forth. Nominees may place the Excessively Diverting badge in their side bar and enjoy the appreciation of their fellow blogger for recognition of their talent.
Posted by Lucy at 12:04 PM