Thinking blogger — who, me?

How cool is this? I was nominated for a “Thinking Blogger Award” by Stefanie and Courtney! (Thanks, guys!) My head is swelling so to such outlandish proportions, I had to stretch out my thinking cap (which is, by the way, a shocking shade of pink, encrusted with rhinestones.)

Now I’m supposed to nominate 5 other bloggers for the honor. But, I simply cannot choose! (This might be a good time to share that, although I may be The Literate Kitten, I have much more in common with The Cowardly Lion.) I will say that I regularly read all of those bloggers on my Blogroll — a group I tend to keep selective to make sure I can enjoy all of the collective wit and wisdom. I nominate all of them.

And, here’s some news you all might enjoy: Annie Dillard has a new novel coming out in a few months, called The Maytrees. Here’s the description from HarperCollins:

Set in the wild sand dunes of post-war Provincetown, Massachusetts, The Maytrees is the story of Toby Maytree, a free-thinking poet, and Lou, a quiet summer resident who reminds people of Ingrid Bergman. After his service in the war, Toby Maytree returns to Provincetown where a community of artists and writers has settled at land’s end. It’s the town he grew up in, and where he and Lou have now started a family. They share a simple life and a circle of close friends, and when their son Peter is born, it is their friend Deary who helps to care for him. But years later it is Deary who suddenly comes between them, creating a fault line in their marriage and forever changing the course of their lives.

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5 Responses to Thinking blogger — who, me?

  1. Stefanie says:

    Where does one find a thinking cap as stylish and sparkly as yours? 🙂

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  2. iliana says:

    Ooh I want a thinking cap like that one 🙂 Congrats LK! I like the sound of the Annie Dillard book. I haven’t read anything by her so it goes on the list.

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  3. Hey, go you! That’s fantastic, and well deserved.

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  4. Courtney says:

    I use my blogroll in the same way – for my own reading convenience and nothing else. Otherwise it grows too wiley and out of control.

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  5. danielle says:

    Congratulations! I love reading all the blogs on my blogroll, too!!

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