And you’d best prepare yourselves, because more (albeit hesitant) pride is on the way: the basis of this award involves several categories. You choose past blog posts that encompass these categories, and basically link back to posts on your own blog.
But not to worry! This post isn’t all about me! Because at the end, I shall be linking to three lovely bloggers who will then receive the award themselves. J
Let’s begin, shall we?
Most Beautiful: Meaning of a Username
I just about put this post down for ‘Most Underrated’, because it’s a post from soon after I started trying regular updates, and it hasn’t gotten much exposure. But after reading through it again, I like what I was trying to do with the language. I’m not sure if it’s ‘just’ a blog post, or a personal essay, or something else impossible for me to classify, but I was at least trying to do something… And I kind of like how it turned out.
Most Helpful: Happy Birthday Blog Contest
Aside from being my most-viewed blog post, this contest to celebrate Pro(b)logue’s first anniversary offered critiques to the winners. Hopefully, they found it helpful in regards to their own writing. ;)
Most Popular: Ending Eternal Despair
This is actually my third-most popular blog post (in terms of page views, at least) but… My legitly most popular posts fit into other categories, so...
Most Controversial: When to Hit the Backspace Key
Considering this whole post is actually about controversy in writing…
Most Successful: Sparkfest - Ted Dekker Exaltations
I’d say my Sparkfest post was pretty successful; nine comments – more than my average – and most of them were from people who’d never been to my blog before.
Most Underrated: How Heroes Are Made
I think this post is underrated, even by me. It was one of my first blog posts ever (so it, uh, might be a little rough) but reading it back reminds me that I had some nice ideas floating around in the jumble of “How exactly does blogging work?” This post was basically me, cementing certain ideas on a topic that I love (character reactions!) through the use of some nice examples. I think it was actually a precursor to the next post I’ll link to.
Most Prideworthy: Stay in Character
Okay, so I’ve linked to this post repeatedly, in more recent posts, and even as a guest post on Young Writers Society’s ‘official’ blog. But honestly, I think it’s one of the best posts I’ve written so far, and as I’ve mentioned, I absolutely adore this topic. ^^
And finally, the blogs I’m passing the award on to…
- Claudie A. at The Novel Experiment! -- On a side note, her last post was about a Kraken. How could I NOT link to her?
- Amanda the Aspiring at Truth, Justice, and Other Stuff!
- Julie Musil at her self-titled blog!
All great bloggers, guys, so check ‘em out. ^^
Thanks for reading. :) It was interesting looking back through my old posts, and seeing how my blogging style has already changed from how I started.