Wildlife Blogger of The Year....
As you may or not be aware from a previous blog, last year I entered the Wildlife Blogger of the Year 2018 competition. I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to support me by reading my entry, and those of you that voted. It really was greatly appreciated.
The competition was incredibly high, with some amazing stories from the other entrants. If you haven’t done so already then you can follow this link here and browse through them, including the winners and runners up entries.
Whilst I wasn’t a winner, and I didn’t expect to be what with being relatively new to this blogging game and never entering anything like it ever before, I am incredibly thrilled to say that my entry received an honourable mention from the judges. This was such a confidence boost for me, and I am thrilled that my story about a little patch on the Wiltshire, Dorset and Hampshire borders caught the attention of the judges.
In Fallow’s Footsteps has also been selected to appear in a book compiling some of the entrants from the competition. I am truly over the moon to be included in this project and it has given me some much needed reassurance in continuing to tell my stories of the U.K’s wonderful wildlife.
If you are interested in getting old of the e-book compiling these tales then you find out more here.
Thank you again and keep telling stories.