Few days back, I received an email from
Behrman asking me if I would accept nomination
for my blog Rachna’s Scriptorium for the eCollegeFinder Writing Blog Award.
Initially apprehensive, as I did not have the time to adhere to long winded rules and list of requirements, I emailed Brittany
asking her about the rules for participation. When she emailed me back saying that I
would not have anything much to do other than to just answer a few questions, I was
thrilled. That should not be difficult I thought. Brittany
The Top Writing Blogs Award was created to provide students with a collection of helpful and encouraging blogs from authors, publishers, book reviewers, writing experts, and talented bloggers. They have included nominees that will inspire and teach their student readers to find their writing style and improve their skills, whether the students are writing an essay for Composition 101 or starting their first novel! Check out the nominees for Top Writing Blogs Award by clicking on this link below.
I request my blog buddies to visit the site by clicking on the link below and voting for my humble little blog and also other blogs that you all like. All of us need your votes. Click here.
To cast your vote, check the boxes next to the writing blogs that you find to be the most valuable resources, then scroll to the bottom of the page and click “vote”.
The best part is you can vote as many times as you’d like before the end of the competition, February 3, 2012, 5 PM EST. Once the final vote has been cast, Top 3 Writing Blogs and the Writing Blog Award Finalists will be announced!
If you’d like to tweet about the competition, use the hashtag #ECFtopwriting (view the feed here: http://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23ECFtopwriting)!
Thank you all in advance for your votes. I know that all of you will visit the site and cast your valuable votes for the blogs that you all love.