Writing about comics has helped me to express a passion of mine and share it with others. Being recognised for my words is always appreciated, which is why I was thrilled to be nominated for a second Real Neat Blogger Award by Soulcial Dreamin’ Entertainment. The team work very hard to produce some awesome pop culture content, so thanks for the nomination and be sure to check out their website as well.
It was around this time last year that I started writing on The Comic Vault and it was awarded a Mystery Blogger Award. A year later, I’ve been nominated again, which is a great reminder of people enjoying what I write. It’s always good to get recognition for something you’re passionate about and this year I’ve been nominated by kingdylbagblog. Dylan is quite new to the blogging world, but he’s already off to a great start by writing about his appreciation for books and anime. You should definitely check out his blog.
It was recently brought to my attention that The Comic Vault has made it into the Top 75 Comic Blogs on the web. According to Feedspot, the site measures metrics and the amount of engagement across the web. As a result, I’ve received an award badge. This gives me a sense of accomplishment that I was meant to write within the comic industry. I’m always grateful to the people who read my posts on a regular basis.
Writteningeek has nominated me for the Liebster award and I wanted to thank her for the kind surprise. As I’ve said in the past, it’s great that people are responding to what I’m writing. Even though March has been a quieter month for posting I’m grateful for everyone who has looked over The Comic Vault and find’s something worthwhile.