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Honoured to be included in the W-list

Yesterday, when I was 'hiding-out' at my friend Lesley's place - EDF our electricity supplier had decided it was time to cut all power in a large part of our village for maintenance a whole day long, great! What's a business supposed to do then? - I found my own Kiss2 blog on the W-list: Gathering a list of Outstanding Women Bloggers.

(Do read all comments made on Liz' post and also her other post on Personal Integrity: why a list - not for equality fighting, but to honour the women 1% outlaws of culture - and I'm with Tully - one of my turtle friends: "make it about brilliant women bloggers who deserve to be recognized. Recognized because they are brilliant and provide value to the blogging community - not because they aren’t men.")

So here's the list (with additions from Liz's comment-box)

May many more follow into the wonderful world of blogging, web-publishing and add to the unique conversations all over the world!


Susan Cartier LIebel

Thanks for spreading the wisdom and joy. I've now discovered you because of this list! Wasn't that the purpose all along?

Karin H.

Hi Susan

Exactly! (As one of our village friends always pronounces very loud ;-))

Is your reader also filling up with wonderful new 'finds' because of the list?

Karin H.

Valeria Maltoni


Thank you for spreading the list in the same spirit it was created. And I see you are a friend of Tully as well ;-)

If we continue to share and link back eventually we will all be one great project group -- The Age of Conversation meets the Z-List meets the W-List and all the other wonderful writers and publisher out in the 'sphere.

Karin H.

Hi Valeria (instigator of the W-list ;-))

I do consider turtle Tully as a one of my many blog-friends and we seem to think alike on many issues. When I read his first comment on Liz's post I nodded in agreement, hence the mentioning here. It's about 'content' not gender, isn't it?

Conversations aplenty, be it from A-lists, Z-lists, M-lists, W-lists etc.

(still means I feel proud to be on this list ;-))

Karin H.


Hi Karin, I'm preparing to post the list, too, and I'm posting tonight but plan to include additions that Cat and others might include before that time. :-)

Karin H.

Hi Robyn

The more the merrier!
(Only hope nobody starts a Squidoo list, debacle of the 'famous' Z-list ranking comes to mind ;-))

But women are wiser, not?

Karin H

C.B. Whittemore

Karin, We absolutely are Wiser! Thank you for promoting the list, adding to it and enriching the conversation! It truly is an honor to be a part of such a Wonderful group!

William Tully

Awwwww - I have friends (and good ones too!)! ;)

Happy to see that you're on the list - I would have had to taken someone to task if you weren't! Enjoy the accolades, you deserve them!

Karin H.


We will 'floor' them ;-)


So a turtle would turn into a 'knight in shining armor' if needed, that is very comforting to know ;-)

Karin H.

Anita Bruzzese

I'm having an absolute blast reading all these blogs by such smart and amazing women. Now....if we could all just get together and have lunch....

Anita Bruzzese

Karin H.

Hi Anita

SobCon 08 W-list lunch then? ;-)

Karin H.

Kirsten Harrell, Psy.D.

Hi Karin,
Very cool! What a great list! I am happy to be included with such fabulous bloggers. I just found out that a wiki has been created for the list - Wmagicallist

Create a great weekend!


Karin H.

Hi Kirsten

Great! (I've edited your comment so the link is automagically)
Isn't it wonderful to find so many new finds? My reader is filling up!

Have a great weekend too

Karin H.

Kirsten Harrell, Psy.D.

Thanks for the edit! I know... I need a few more hours in the day to read all the goodness. :)

C.B. Whittemore

Hi, Karen! No problem - I have fixed your blog name in my post as well as in the W wiki.

Karin H.

Hi C.B.

Many thanks for this ;-) (What's in a name, hey? ;-) - loads!)

Karin H.

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