Super Sweet Blogging Award

Super Sweet Blogging Award

I have been truly honoured once again by recieving a second blogging award. This time by the very wonderful and amazingly kind hearted “Spreading Rays of Hope…a hat a time” who knit the most superb hats for seriously sick kids. Check out their talent and support for children in hospitals at http://knittingraysofhope.wordpress.com/

So the rules for this sweet award are:

1. Thank the Super Sweet Blogger that nominated you.

2. Answer 5 Super Sweet questions.

3. Include the Super Sweet Blogging Award in your blog post.

4. Nominate a bakers’s dozen (13) other deserving bloggers.

6. Notify your Super Sweet nominees on their blog.

The 5 Super Sweet Questions.

1. Cookies or Cake?

It would have to be cookies….especially gingerbread alien cookies made, photographed and emailed to me by the kids that have fun reading my book. 1132. Chocolate or Vanilla?

Chocolate.

I am definately a bit of a chocoholic 🙂

3.Favourite Sweet Treat?

Chocolate Mousse, but I also love a great Pavlova with lots of fresh fruit and grated chocolate on top

4. When Do You Crave Sweet Things The Most?

In the evenings while snuggled in front of the fire watching a great movie with my family.

5. Sweet Nick Name?

Can’t say anything in particular comes to mind.

Congratulations to my nominees for inspiring me with their sweet words of wisdom, thoughts, kindness and often helpfulness. Reading your blogs encourages me to continue on my path towards helping parents build a better literate future for their children.

Like my kind Knitting Rays of Hope freinds I too am not nominating the full quota of recipients, mainly as I have only recently passed an award on and would prefer to nominate different worthy bloggers to the last time.

http://wherelemonsblossom.wordpress.com/

http://jrbarker101.wordpress.com/

http://seventhvoice.wordpress.com/

http://mysmallpotatoes.com/

http://glynissmyauthor.com/

http://4writersandreaders.com/

http://venerateboutique.wordpress.com/

http://blog.birthjourneys.com.au/

http://www.munchcooking.com/

I write children's short chapter books and picture books for early and reluctant readers. Boys and girls struggling to learn to read and ESL students. My books are light, humorous and entertaining for the entire family.

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Gingerbread Aliens


Entice your young readers with a glimpse into intrigue, fun and hilarious moments when three mischievous brothers discover the snow balling effects of their mistakes rather than facing the consequences of their initial disaster! A great read for ages 4-10 and beyond. Gingerbread Aliens is full of fun, laughter and entertainment that will have children and their parents giggling all the way to the end,

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