Getting recognized here? I got the Blogger Recognition Award!

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Earlier this month, I was nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by Iniksbane from In Search of Number Nine. Thank you very much! He’s an aniblogger who’s the biggest RahXephon fan I know who also does reviews and various analyses of anime. This was a very friendly gesture and I appreciate this.

Here are the rules:
1. Say thanks to who nominated you and leave a link back to that person’s blog.
2. Give the story or history of your blog.
3. Give two or more pieces of advice for new bloggers.
4. Nominate 10 other bloggers and link their blogs.

Awesome. I already thanked Iniksbane, so let’s get to everything here.

History of Ospreyshire’s Realm:

To those who don’t remember me being interviewed, I mention that I wanted to use the word “osprey” for a musical project and it eventually morphed into my moniker. There are also two pronunciations of my name that are acceptable. If you’re American or Canadian, you will naturally say my name as “Os-pree-SHY-re”. If you’re from the UK or Ireland, it’s “Os-pree-SHEER”. Hahaha! Since my moniker involves a bird, you may make the most obvious Portlandia reference in this moment.

I wanted this as a blog for my main musical/spoken word projects. It then evolved into having some opinion posts, written poems, and some news stories that got my attention.

Pieces of advice from Ospreyshire:

Be patient for views:

I didn’t have that many when I started out in 2016. It’s been a slow climb even though I’m still a mere drop in the vast ocean of blogging on WordPress. Just keep posting content and to connect with other bloggers around here.

Have a decent and reasonable schedule:

I used to post whenever when I started out, but I now have it on certain days. Okay, Tuesday is an exception in this case, but that’s only because I have the next couple of months reserved for my Ospreyshire Origins posts for my newest album.

My nominations:

Traditional Catholic Weeb: This is a new blogger whom I recently discovered. He reviews anime and has made some fascinating posts about ships for certain characters and some articles about his faith.

Legends of Windemere: Here’s another recent blogger I discovered, too. Charles is a fantasy writer and also makes posts about writing advice and covering various tropes. We’ve had some interactions about multiple topics. Charles, thank you for talking with me about that “homage” post and I didn’t expect our conversation to morph in the way it did.

Inskidee: I’ve been enjoying the posts I’ve read from this aniblogger. We’ve had some good conversations about various series and she’s been awesome interacting with numerous other bloggers I respect.

Jane Dougherty: She’s a very talented poet and we’ve had a lot of intelligent discourse about various subjects. Jane has also exposed me to forms of poetry that I have never heard of which is amazing for me as a wordsmith myself. I should definitely give some of these new forms a try.

VillageTalk Avant: She’s another talented blogger you all should check out. VillageTalk has made great posts about Black History and has encouraged me to be more of an autodidact when it comes to researching things about my own culture. I’ve certainly learned things from her blog as well.

The World Community for Racial Justice: I discovered their blog sometime last year and I’m glad there are bloggers out there who want there to be racial harmony on this planet. They may be a small blog, but they do post some good content on their blog and they could use some followers.

Animated Observations: Jack has been around in the blogging game for a while and I have enjoyed his posts. If you’re into anime, then I would certainly recommend his page for you to check out.

Everything Is Bad For You: I first heard about this blogger when they commented on my Fandom Hypocrisy rant a while ago. I then checked out the reviews in different fields such as video games, music, and anime.

Dear Kitty: Dear Kitty is a wonderful blogger. They cover multiple articles involving news, politics, geography, nature, and wildlife. I have seen some fascinating videos from this blog and I’ve learned a bunch of things from their page.

Otaku Orbit: Jiraiyan is another aniblogger whom I’ve followed for a while. He’s made some great posts and reviews not just with anime, but also some live action movies, and comics if you’re into those things.

29 thoughts on “Getting recognized here? I got the Blogger Recognition Award!

  1. Thanks for the tag! Good advice as well. In my opinion, unless you’re doing it strictly for ad revenue or to support a business, it’s best not to worry about the views and to just write what you feel like, and your readership will grow naturally. Of course, it’s nice to have a lot of readers, but if they’re reading material you don’t like writing, what’s the point?

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