I have under my bed, because that is where I keep my books, New York Times Best Sellers & Pultizer Prize winning books. I did not write them, but I own them, & for me, that's enough. I don' t think a Pulitzer Prize winner would use all those commas. I like the shiny seals on the books, but recently I've been noticing "Winner of the Booker Prize" & "Winner of the Whitbread First Novel Award". Basically, you can put the shiny seal on anything, & I will go "ohh award winning" & buy it.
It was a very auspicious year for me. I learned the word auspicious (maybe next year I will learn how to spell it). I won the "Times Person of the Year". Today, I noticed a comment on my other blog congratulating my win. I thought "why thank you kind spammer". Then I realized that it was made on an entry I wrote about an hp camera & why I needed one. Wow, I won a camera, & a photo printer. The more I thought about this, the more I liked it. Technically, it's better than a Pulitzer, because a Pulitzer can't take pictures. I am now an award winning...something. Whatever it is I am, it's award winning & that feels good. Now I understand why people brag about the "Whitbread First Novel Award". So faithful bloggers go make yourself an official seal & slap it on something, you'll feel much better.