It's party time here at Writer Off The Leash. For the entire week, we're celebrating the second anniversary of this blog. Yep. For two entire years I've been blasting the cyberworld with my thoughts, kind of like a juicy sneeze gone bad. I'd say that's a landmark worth noticing. So, here are the Blogaversary Wingding rules...
Every day you can get your name entered to win simply by answering the daily Like/Don't Like question. It's that easy. No muss or fuss or dragging X amount of your friends over here by the collar to sign up as a member (but if you want to do that, hey, I'm game).
Today's Question: What's 1 thing you like about reading blogs? What's 1 thing you don't like about reading blogs?
If you go through the effort of actually thinking through those questions and leaving your pithy answer in the comment section, I will enter your name in a drawing. On Sunday, October 13th (the actually Blogaversary date), I'll pick 2 lucky duck winners. Those two winners will get to choose from the following list:
2. A box of English Breakfast tea, a jar of orange marmalade, my personal favorite scone recipe (maple nut) handwritten on a cutesy recipe card (sure to be a collectors item someday) and 7 handcrafted book club invitation cards to host your own A Heart Deceived book club in your home
3. A critique by moi for the first 3 chapters of your WIP
4. An all-expense paid trip to Starbucks...as long as you don't spend over $5 because that's how much the gift card is for
5. I'll name a character after you in my next novel and/or you can choose a name and I'll use it
There you have it. You can enter every day if you like. It'll be great, clean fun, so spread the word! Anyone can play in this sandbox. Feel free to steal the meme at the top of the page and post it on Facebook or wherever, or if you're a twit, here's a tweet:
I hear voices. Loud. Incessant. And very real. Which basically gives me two options: choke back massive amounts of Prozac or write fiction. I chose the latter. Way cheaper. I've been writing since I discovered blank wall space and Crayolas. I seek to glorify God in all that I write...except for that graffiti phase I went through as a teenager. Oops. Did I say that out loud?