Thank you Candy Lynn Fite for the Kreative Blogger
Thank you Donna McNicol for the Versatile Blogger
Two new blogger buddies - yeah!
and Brooke snuck me into an Award Show for Versatile too! Thanks!
And instead of listing some facts, here is a little story with the names of the recipients (my most recent/frequent commenters) who can take one down and pass it around, telling us facts if they wish - the more kreativ and versatile the better!
In a land called Blogovia, in the wistful kingdom of MPax there lived a Ninja Prince named Alex. He was sad after his father the King died, even though he had millions of followers who would do anything for him. Taking a suggestion from his advisors Chandara and Angela B, he held a contest to see who could motivate him to get his country out of a lazy funk before the neighboring kingdom of Nutschell invaded them.
His faithful jester Heather read the announcement. "Hear ye, hear ye! The Prince needs
All the maids were a-twitter! Young Kyra, Laura M, and McKenzie were too busy fending off young men. With good intentions, they had no time to help the kingdom. The fair matrons, Kelley, Dana, Tyrean, Erin, and Christine had to chase their children, but rooted for the Ladies who stood up to the challenge.
Stina went first and told the Prince a stunning tale of longing, love, and loss. The prince yawned. The prince's younger sister Annalisa swatted him with her fan.
Nicki was next with a lively yarn about historical faux pas. The prince snorted and shook his head. "My Pet Blog, MJ didn't care for it either," he said.
Sheena bared a tempting narrative of young lust and death defying feats. The prince nodded, then groaned. He was a tough customer!
Last was Cassie. Everyone loved to hear her speak for she always brought life to any dull conversation. She wove a story with knights and dragons fighting aliens and pirates and ended with a steamy love scene. Even the court historian Madeline smirked.
The prince gobbled it up. He laughed. He sat on the edge of his seat. He sighed. When she was done, he rose, gathered his army together, and defeated the enemy. All in all a good start to a new and prosperous reign!
I kept wanting to add more, but I had to stop somewhere! Any likeness to real people is entirely coincidental.
PS - my entry in Cherie's Lightning Flash Fiction Blogfest will be posted tomorrow. So much time, so little to do! (Strike that, reverse it!)