May 12, 2013


Thank you Glendon Perkins for awarding me the Sunshine Award. 
Glendon Perkins is the author of the novel Buried Alive. 

Please stop by his website and enjoy his blogs.

The rules for this award are as follows:

1. Thank the person who nominated you and have a link back to them.  (Thanks again, Glendon Perkins.)
2. Place the Sunshine Award in a post or on your blog (done!)
3. Answer some questions about yourself (keep reading)
4. Nominate 10 other bloggers (or I have seen it anywhere from 5-10 bloggers, that is up to you!)
5.  For the bloggers that you have chosen for the Sunshine Award, remember to comment on their 
     blogs and let them know about their Sunshine Award!

Here are some sample questions:
1. What is your favorite color?

2. What is your favorite animal?

3. Do you prefer Twitter or Facebook?

Facebook for friends, Twitter for fellow writers and publishers
4. What is your favorite pattern?

5. What is your favorite number?

6. What is your favorite day of the week?

7. What is your passion?

Reading, reading, reading!

My nominations are:

Glendon Perkins (
Ceejae Devine (Ceejae Devine)
Nathan Michaels (Challenge)
Caroline Coxon (Quirkyworks)
Andrea Capello (Travel Babel)
Tiziana Ciccone (365 Breathtaking Moments)


The first person to share, compare and compete, sisters are bond for ever and know each other better than anyone else. 
Sisters grow up together, helping and supporting each other through the good and bad of life.

Too good to be true? You are not writing a fairy tale? After all, Little Women (by Louisa May Alcott) are not so easy to be found these days...

The Virgin Suicides (by Jeffrey Eugenides) are a powerful (sick) example of how strong a family bond can be.

If your novel requires drama and fights, sisters are an endless source of inspiration. They can be worst enemies. Cruel, soulless, ruthless bitches ready to walk on each other's dead body to prove themselves better. Too much? Just make them complete opposite, so as to underline their peculiarities by confrontation. Think of Jennifer Weiner and her bestselling book In her shoes.

Hard for me to tell, I'm only child! Except, I do have a sister, she is 11 days younger than me, she was my worst enemy in primary school, she has been my BFF through my teenage years, and now she is the sister I chose and for ever will be. People say we are quite the opposite, not just physically but for our lifestyles and preferences (luckily, we do have opposite taste when it comes to boys!)
Every smile, tear, and blushing we share, across the oceans. Wherever my trips take me, she's there for me, waiting at home, my lighthouse, my safety net. 
We may not share the same blood, but we share the same soul.