Three Days, Three Quotes: Challenge (Part 1)

I was nominated by Charles, GalitHannah, and Amy. Thank you all.

Go follow them if you aren’t already. They are awesome bloggers and fantastic individuals.

As you can see, I’ve been procrastinating greatly on these challenges.

Cheers to overdue blog posts. It’s starting to become my style.

Rules:

  • Post one quote a day for three days (from others or your own).
  • Nominate three other bloggers to participate per post.
  • Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you.

I’ll try to follow these rules. No guarantees though.

I’m taking some old writing tips from myself so it isn’t really stealing. It’s recycling.

You can find daily (if I don’t mess up) writing tips on my Facebook and my Twitter.

Keeping with the focus of my blog, my quote/tip/advice is:

When criticizing the work, never criticize the writer.

Nominations: 

Do check out their wonderful blogs.

Don’t feel rushed. Don’t feel obligated.

If you’ve been nominated and completed this challenge already, blame me for not looking into it or remembering.

Because it doesn’t explicitly say that I need to let my nominees know I’ve tagged them, I’m not going to let them know. One, I’m lazy. Two, I love stumbling across a blogger who tagged me in a post without telling me. Three, I am a bit pressed for time these days.

Those are my excuses. Don’t steal them.

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15 thoughts on “Three Days, Three Quotes: Challenge (Part 1)

  1. Ah… This is pretty cool! I’ve never heard of this challenge. Challenge accepted. Except the posts most likely won’t be until September and the parts will be a few days apart. 😉

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