The Mystery Blogger Award

Mystery Blogger Award was created by Okoto Enigma.

She describes it as an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts.

Their blogs captivate; inspires and motivates.

They are the best and deserve the recognition they get.

This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging
and they do it with so much passion.


As with all awards, the Mystery Blogger Award comes with some rules.

They are:

  • Post the award logo/image on your blog.
  • Thank whoever nominated you and give a link to their blog.Thank you, Josh Gross!


  • Mention the creator of the award and give a link as well.Done
  • Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.I went to High School in New York
    I’ve become a Twitter addict
    I started to write poetry when I was eight.

Nominate 10 – 20 people.

I went beyond the max because I read so many fine blogs.

If your name is on this list it’s because I want people to
see your blog, even if your blog is award free.

No one is obligated to accept and act on the award.

Here are just a few:

Aubrey’s Arch

Cindy Knoke

Sheldon Kleeman

But I Smile Anyway…

The Crazy Bag Lady

Poetic Parfait



Br Andrew’s Muses

Never 2 Old 2 Dream


“William’s Window”

Shattered in Him





A Poet’s Journey

Buffalo Tom Peabody’s blog 2

Living a Beautiful Life

Editing Life

Joyfully Stated

My Life

Space, Time, and Raspberries

Aloada Bobbins

Didi Oviatt

Rollie Writes

O at the Edges

Dream Big, Dream Often


Life of an El Paso Woman

It Is What It Is

  • Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog.Will do


  • Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify).
    If you could start your life over again, what would you do differently?

    How do you manage conflict?

    What is your favorite Looney Toon? If possible, link to it on YouTube

    Share a time in your life when you had to use your wits.

    What do you think is the most important element of a good life?

  • Share a link to your best post(s).
    A Gilded Throne of Lies
  • List the rules.


Beat Punks

from Loud Alien Noize

Loud Alien Noize

A Brief History of the Counterculture from William S. Burroughs to Kurt Cobain

Bull Will.

An interview with Victor Bockris on his book Beat Punks

byPhil Weaver

I’m a huge fan of Victor Bockris’ book Beat Punks, a collection of interviews and photographs documenting the relationship between the Beat generation and the punk movement in the 1970s downtown New York scene. The book does a great job of illustrating the cross-pollination of two generations (’50s Beats and ’70s punks) that resulted in one of the most extraordinary cultural flowerings of the 20th century. I recently talked to Bockris about some of the ideas behind the book, and I was pleased to hear he’s about to begin work on a follow up with interlinking prose. He didn’t want to give away too much about the forthcoming book, so I proposed a general interview on the history of the counterculture’s clashes with…

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