There are so many awards doing the rounds the blogosphere that I don't always put new ones up, but this one is interesting as it looks back over old posts, something I haven't really done and maybe should have.
Annalisa's is a great blog, she's very engaging, so she's worth popping over to say hello.
The idea of the award is to link to existing blog posts that fall into seven categories...
Most Beautiful Piece
What Bookshops do in the night. A beautiful post simply containing a youtube clip of what books do at night when you're asleep. It's wonderful to watch and I don't think I'd ever tire of it.
Most Helpful Piece
Goodreads - Save your books! A piece on the fact that Goodreads were losing a fraction of their images due to an Amazon decision. A lot of people weren't aware that they could go in to their Goodreads accounts and save their books.
Most Popular Piece
Crime Fiction. Finding the stats brought this out on top made my day. What a perfect post for this blog to be the most popular piece. It just shows me, I need to keep my blog, more on topic I think.
Most Controversial Piece
I'm not sure I really post controversy. I do try to stay away from it online. It's difficult to deal with as there is no body language or intonation to include.
Most Surprisingly Successful Piece
Broken. Surprisingly the day I claimed to have broken my own blog I managed to attract an awful lot of page views. I'm not really sure if people where there to commiserate or check it had really broken and I was done!
Most Underrated Piece
I think you can go back and pick any of the first blog posts on anyones blog. Everyone feels as though they are talking to themselves. It's tough to feel as though you are getting going, but fully worth it when you do.
Most Pride-Worthy Piece
If you were murdered in your home. I loved this question and the way it drew people in and then made them think.
And now I'm going to choose seven people to tag...
Rosalind Adam at Writing in the Rain
Pat Newcombe at Thriller Writers Blog
Julie Flanders at What Else is Possible
Lynn Proctor at My Life
Glynis Smy at Author of Historical Romance/Suspense
Patricia Lynn at My Journey Through The Pages
Linda at Excuse Me While I Note That Down
Feel free not to take part if you've done it already or simply don't want to!