Pay It Forward

Well, thanks to follower, friend and critique buddy Janet Johnson, I have a blogging award to pass on.

According to Janet, the idea is “to share three under-the-radar blogs that I love and then visit the blogs everyone else mentions,” that is, the blogs of your visitors.

Well, I am definitely under-the-radar and nichey. LOL There’s no way around that. I’m not sure you can call Catwood’s blog “under-the-radar,” but she’s rebuilding her site. If you’ve ever done that, you’ll know you lose a whole bunch of followers, so I thought I’d post her link.

Hot Curries & Cold Beer is an excellent food blog by Rashda Khan, also known as Mina Khan, author of the Djinn’s Dilemma that I mentioned in my last post. She’s got more than one blog, but I do enjoy the food one and it’s deliciously a little under-the-radar. Yum. πŸ™‚

Jeannie Lin’s blog is far from under-the-radar, but it is still related to my topic and therefore nichey. Head over there today. She’s got a great post on one of the differences between Western and Asian lit.




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18 Responses to β€œPay It Forward”

  1. Janet Johnson says:

    Yay for paying it forward!

    I know Jeannie Lin as an author, but have never visited her blog. Off to do so. πŸ™‚

  2. Victoria Dixon says:

    She's SUCH a neat lady. Tells great stories, too, served with a heaping bowl of steam on the side. ;D

  3. Natalie Aguirre says:

    Thanks for sharing. This was my first blogfest. And I met lots of new bloggers.

  4. Victoria Dixon says:

    Is that what this was, Natalie? I guess so, it's what my icon says, isn't it? Well it was my first, too! Honestly, I hope I did it right. LOL I have met lots of new people. πŸ˜€

  5. Rashda Khan says:

    Oh wow, thanks Victoria! What an honor to be mentioned twice in a row and I'm so glad you enjoy my Hot Curries blog πŸ™‚

    Wow, love this idea of paying it forward. Such coolness. Again, thank you my friend.

  6. Rachna Chhabria says:

    Thanks for the links, Victoria. Will check them out.

  7. Victoria Dixon says:

    You're very welcome, Rachna. I figure I get recipes off of your blog all the time. I should try and give something back. ;D

    I hope you enjoy them, Rachna!

  8. Victoria Dixon says:

    Argh. Thanks for the recipes, Rashda and you're welcome, Rachna!

    LOL Trying to do more than one response at a time. It just doesn't work….

  9. Yvonne Osborne says:

    Pleased to meet you, Victoria. I'm familiar with one of your three under-the-radar blogs, and the other two sound very interesting. Thanks for visiting me.

  10. Medeia Sharif says:

    This was a wonderful blogfest, which I'm catching up with. I didn't participate, though. I will next time. I'll check out your links.

  11. Victoria Dixon says:

    Thanks for returning the favor, Yvonne. πŸ™‚

    Thanks, Medeia! Hope you're having a wonderful day.

  12. VR Barkowski says:

    Even though I didn't participate, I thought this was one of the best ideas for a blogfest ever. I've discovered some great new blogs and looking forward to checking out your links!

  13. Cat Woods says:

    Thank you so much for the beautiful award, Victoria!

    I'm always on the look out for other great blogs to follow, which is half the fun of getting a little blog bling!

    Thanks for being the other half of my Mutual Admiration Club…also the Sisterhood of the Chuckling Snails, I believe you called it once upon a time.

    Hugs to you for being such a wonderful person and a great cyber friend.

  14. Victoria Dixon says:

    LOL! I'd forgotten about the Sisterhood! OMG, I need to write down some of the craziness. That's the bad thing about insanity. You frequently don't remember the good parts! Thanks for that. πŸ˜€ You've been a wonderful friend. God Bless!

  15. coneforce says:

    nice post…following!

  16. Victoria Dixon says:

    Hey, thanks, Coneforce! I just reciprocated. πŸ™‚

  17. Sharon K. Mayhew says:

    Isn't Janet wonderful! She was one of my first bloggy friends. πŸ™‚

  18. Victoria Dixon says:

    Yes, she is. She's been a long term writing friend and critique buddy for I don't know how long.

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