Blog Challenge Drawing Winner

We thoroughly enjoyed reading all the blog challenge entries, and were delighted to have so many participants. Seven bloggers posted on all five topics, and we offer special thanks to each of them.

olivia-2010-smThe winner of the $20 Amazon gift certificate was randomly chosen from a hat by NAIWE’s official feline representative, Olivia. Large fuzzy paws necessitated a couple of tries to extract only one name, but she finally settled on Sharon O’Brien Huey of the Sharontology blog, who will receive the gift certificate via e-mail.

We hope everyone enjoyed participating in Words Matter Week 2010, and we hope you’ll join us next year for Words Matter Week 2011!

The National Association of Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE), the professional association with the career-building difference, and Photographer Blue, an international directory of wedding and portrait photographers, are sponsors of Words Matter Week 2010.

5 thoughts on “Blog Challenge Drawing Winner

  1. First, congrats Sharon!

    Second, I really enjoyed the week. Too bad it was only a week–but, as we all know, words matter all year long.

    Third, thanks to NAIWE (and Photographer Blue) for sponsoring the week. It was one of the most fruitfully creative weeks I’ve had in a while, and I had a lot of fun to boot.

    Again, I enjoyed reading all the blogs, and wish all of you the best in your wording (or gardening, motorcycling, cooking, photography, etc.) endeavors!

    Kind regards,
    Leigh S.

    P.S. Cute kitty. Maine coon? : )

  2. Thanks, Leigh! I’m so glad you enjoyed the week– so did we. I’ve added several new blogs to my reader, and a few new authors to my “must try” list. I hope you’ll join us again next year!

    Olivia de CatInHand is indeed a Maine Coon (the word-play name seems almost mandatory for this breed, so who better to represent a writer’s association?). She gratefully accepts compliments;-).

    Thanks again,

  3. Janice,

    Olivia is gorgeous. I am a reformed owned-by-a-cat human. That is to say, my husband is deathly allergic to them, whereas I grew up with them all my life. One of my first cats was likely a Maine Coon or M.C. mix.

    Oh, thanks for stopping by my little blog also! Looking forward to more WMWs. : )

    Have a great day,

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