Now, on with the festivities:
My November Perfect Post award goes to:
Halloweenlover, who had a scare earlier this month, and her post about her partner's loving attention during her thankfully brief, yet frightening stay is a
Lifenut had a beautiful post about what she's grateful for this year.
Biting Beaver's post about being a radical feminist blogger was compelling and powerful.
There's a Teddy Bear drive going on over at OhMyGodYall. Today, their up to seven; we can do better!
NaBloPoMonth has introduced me to a number of excellent blogs this month. (The randomizer was a huuuge help in finding them, btw.)
Writing Aspirations had a useful post about what NOT to post. She's the reason I'm not apologizing about what I post anymore: if I'm sorry to say it, why am I saying it?
The setup, template, and writing on Open Book, found here, are all amazing and inspiring.
Rebecca the bookseller is one of my favorite Lipstick Chronicles contributors. Here she talks about doc talk... oh, the memories. (Yes, I have asked doctors that if "we" were getting the procedure, then how come I'm the only one in a paper nightgown?)
And, lastly, some other authors were busy making 6 word stories . My favorites?
Gown removed carelessly. Head, less so.
- Joss Whedon
It cost too much, staying human.
- Bruce Sterling
The baby’s blood type? Human, mostly.
- Orson Scott Card