You probably know how much meaningful comments mean to me. Because of that, the Brain Stormer Award that I created earlier this year is one that I hold very near and dear to my heart.
The word stormer is defined as “something particularly impressive or good of its kind” in the Oxford Dictionaries.
Your comments stir my mind, which I definitely appreciate. Stagnation of the brain means premature death.
During the month of December, I had a particular pleasure to discuss things with Writer In Retrospect (WIR) (How should I call you?), who is the winner of this month’s Stormer Award!
Because I feel slightly sentimental, and this is the last Award post of the year, I thought I would once again shine the spotlight on all of you who were great conversationalists throughout these past few months.
She is currently away from her blog for an unspecified period of time. However, feel free to browse through her old post. They include photos from her nature walks and a look back at events and pop culture references throughout history.
She is back to blogging after a brief break. Her posts are reflective of her observations and struggles in life, often expressed in the form of a poem. Moreover, she gathers creative writers in a weekly “Let it Bleed” prompt.
Another blogger who is taking a break from posting. However, he is far from missing in action. I thoroughly enjoy hearing his point of view whenever he pops up in my comment section. His posts include plenty of tips for blogging and writing in general.
She is the force to be reckoned with. She teaches pool classes, she cooks, and she arranges flowers. All of that seems like it is done in a jiffy. Her posts include recipes, photos, and often history behind the dish/food item.
He loves puns and incorporates them into his writing whenever he can. While he does look on the bright side of life, some of his poetry deals with immense pains of the soul. Aside from poetry, he also writes short stories and shares his perspective on life.
He is also currently missing in action, focusing his efforts on endeavors unrelated to blogging. His posts often tackled politics and uncomfortable topics. He also started his own podcast, which attracted various guests and allowed us to get to know him better.
Darnell shares his short stories with his readers. One can also find book reviews on his blog. His most popular posts come from the series of “Diary of a bad writer.” These snippets include things any writer can relate to. They include much-needed motivation.
Eliza posts photos that inspire, motivate and calm her. Her posts are filled with unfiltered feelings, depicting struggles with life and unhealthy coping mechanisms. Her blog serves as a sounding board for all those that are fighting the good fight.
She is a blogger and a doodler. Her posts feature serious thoughts regarding mental illness and other every-day-struggles with other human beings. She likes to discuss controversial topics on the above subjects. Her doodles add humor to her sarcasm.
She expresses herself with the use of micro-poetry. Aside from a few short lines in verse, she also usually shares a paragraph that expands on the meaning of the words. Those pieces deal with love, heartbreak, self-confidence, loss, gain, and more.
Please, People, Stop Leaving!
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