Early in the year, I had the good fortune to discover Triberr. When I found Triberr, I was exceptionally lucky to find Morgen Bailey.
Morgen is a prolific writer. Every week her blog features interviews with other writers, her fiction and poetry. She is a treasure trove of useful resources and also has an interest in assisting other writers in putting their blog together. If you’re worried about how technical it can be… go talk to Morgen!
The greatest kindness Morgen has bestowed on me is by posting and reposting my blog articles through Twitter. As I often miss work days due to migraine pain, Morgen has, at times, kept the traffic flowing. I am very grateful to her for this. She is one of the very few, who regularly goes back through her shared posts and send them out into the Twitterverse again.
So Morgen, a heartfelt thank you for your support and for encouraging me. Having my work passed on means a great deal.
Morgen, please take this badge below and use it as you wish. The rules for passing this Award on are very simple:
- You are welcome to give it out as many times as you like, but it is only to be given to a maximum of one person per blog post. If you wish to give multiple rewards, please space the blog posts by at least a week so the sincerity is maintained.
- Introduce the person; say how they encourage, help or inspire you; then link to their work and/or social media profiles. There may be a specific post you wish to link to which helped you. It’s up to you.
- Please publicise your award post to Twitter or Google Plus using the hashtag #writtenkindness so that others can find and follow the award winners. You are also welcome to add your Award recipient/s to the Hall of Fame which is on this link.
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