I know. I’ve been talking all week about how I stink at organized blog activities, but I’m one of the organizers of a Blogfest? WTH? That’s like putting me in charge of the checkbook, or asking me to guard the bacon, or to take fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies to a bake sale.
You might not think this makes any sense, but it does.
A blogfest is a great way to meet new people, see what they have to say and get your stuff in front of them. I’ve never been part of a blogfest, but, as I understand it, it’s pretty easy:
All you have to do is to write a blog post. Post it at the designated time. Fill out a Linky thing, read a few posts, and give us your first-born child.
Apparently, we dropped that last requirement?
For the Cherished Blogfest, we – Paul Ruddock, Peter Nena, Sharukh Bamboat, Tom Benson, Damyanti Ghosh and me – invite you to talk to us about one of your cherished objects. Tell us what it is, post a picture of it if you like, and tell us why you cherish it.
Keep your post to 500 words, and join us on the 24th, 25th and 26th of July 2015 in sharing memories, emotions, information.
Place the badge on your sidebar, and help us spread the word on social media.
Above all, join us in making new connections, and renewing old ones. Sign up in the Cherished Linky List, which will open in a new window.
I hope you will consider joining this blogfest. Additionally, I hope you will check out the blogs of my fellow organizers and Cheryl, another member of our group (who provided the image behind the Cherished badge). These people are all very good writers. Some write fiction, some have been published and some write non-fiction. I have benefited from their support and I am in awe of their ability.
I’ve written enough this week. I’ll be having a beer with you guys tomorrow, and then I will give you a break for a few days. Thanks for reading, liking, commenting and supporting my writing.
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