So, tell me about yourself!
I’d like to thank Postcard Fiction for presenting me with the “Tell Me About Yourself” award. I strongly encourage you take a look at her blog. She sums up her blog as follows:
A picture says 1000 words…
or in this case 50. Welcome to Postcard Fiction, a spot for literary exploration in fifty words or less. Inspired by photographs, motivated by passion, I am experimenting with poetic prose of extreme brevity. Posted stories are works in progress so please comment or critique.
Postcard Fiction can be found at: http://postcardfiction.com/ Once again, thank you very much, Postcard Fiction. 🙂
Here are the simple and easy-to-follow rules.
1. Thank the person that nominated you and link back to their blog.
2. Tell the world 7 things about yourself that you have not shared, yet.
3. Nominate 7 fellow bloggers and let them know
Okay, so here goes it:
1. I started taking piano lessons at age six.
2. By the time I left elementary school, I had written a short novel, and many children’s poems. My children’s poems were typed by the Vice-Principal, placed in a duotang and given a library card in the school library.
3. In high school, I played first violin in the school’s stage orchestra.
4. My very first job was working in a stock brokerage.
5. I enjoyed reading, Screenwriting From The Soul by Richard Krevolin.
6. I love listening to jazz and blues.
7. For inspiration, I love working on Charles Bernstein’s writing experiments.
Now . . . the 7 blogs that I am nominating because I enjoy visiting them, are:
http://sweatpantsandsuperfoods.com/2012/05/23/barley-vs-oatmeal/ – Sweatpants and Superfoods
http://throughhisown.wordpress.com/ – Through His Own
http://thefirstgates.com/ – The First Gates
http://aboutzen.wordpress.com/ – About Zen
http://rustytruck.wordpress.com/ – Rusty Truck
http://mothergrogan.wordpress.com/ – Mothergrogan
http://floresfactor.wordpress.com/ – The Flores Factor
To the 7 nominees:
If you choose to accept this award, please remember to copy and paste the award icon to your blogs.
Best regards to all,
mypenandme – Mary Ann Blinkhorn