Tuesday, November 08, 2005

And I'd like to thank all the little people...

In the November issue of The Internet Writing Journal, the editors have compiled a list of "truly outstanding" author blogs. And guess whose name turned up among the likes of Dave Barry, Jayne Ann Krentz, Neil Gaiman, and Stephanie Klein?

No, I am not pulling your leg, but thanks for asking.

I'm honored that No rules. Just write. has been named by TIWJ as one of The Best Author Blogs. But now I'm wondering whether that underwear post helped get me on the list or almost kept me off it.

12 comments:

Pammer said...

Congratulations!

You should get an award for your website too! :0)

Keep up the good work. (underwear post and all, lol).

Hugs!

Heather Diane Tipton said...

Ditto Pammer's post!

Neal said...

Congrats from me too Brenda. An award definitely deserved. Underwear posts -- aheam -- or no.

Brenda Coulter said...

Thanks, friends. I'll try to remember you all when I get famous. ;-)

Nienke Hinton said...

I'm not surprised! Congrats and keep up the good work!

Robin Bayne said...

Cool Brenda!! Now the pressure is on to keep up the great posting : )

Bonnie Calhoun said...

Congratulations, personally I think it was the underwear post that clenched it!

Josie said...

Congratulations! I found your blog when I checked out the helpful writing advice at your website. Keep up the great work at both locations!

Mirtika said...

Pshaw. I've known for ages that your blog is one of the best. Tell me something I didn't know.

No, really, I like new info. :)

Keep up the outstanding blogging, Miz Coulter. Loves ya...
Mir

Brenda Coulter said...

<3<3<3

Thanks again, everyone. But knock it off now, okay? I'm getting a big head.

<3<3<3

Karen Scott said...

I noticed that with the exception of Jenny Crusie, a lot of the blogs listed are the ones owned by authors who are quite controversial and forthright.

Just an observation of course.

(I don't visit often so I have to get my comments in all at once)

Brenda Coulter said...

Well, thanks for stopping by, Karen. Don't be a stranger.