Elana Johnson's Great Blogging Experiment
Today is Elana Johnson's Great Blogging Experiment in which she has gathered writers from all over the blogosphere who will be posting about How to Write Compelling Characters. I signed on to join in on experiment a couple weeks ago not knowing what life was going to throw in my path. James has been quite sick, got terribly dehydrated and we've been running back and forth to the doctor for the past three days. Fortunately he's feeling much better, hasn't thrown up today (yeah!) and is keeping fluids down - lots of pedialyte. We're heading back out to the doctor this afternoon for a recheck. I came online for a few minutes ago while eating my lunch, blipped on my statcounter, saw a bunch of folks dropping by from Elana's blog and said "what the heck?" Honestly, I completely forgot about it. Thanks for dropping by and when things have calmed down a bit, I'll be dropping by to check out your posts.
Meanwhile, if you didn't know about the Great Blogging Experiment, head on over to Elana's and join in.
Almost forgot, I'll be announcing the winners of the Outlander, Sookie Stackhouse and Mystery book bundle giveaways. And I also was supposed to review A Hope Undaunted for the Julie Lessman blog tour running from September 19-25th. So probably... keep your fingers crossed... God willing and the creek don't rise... hopefully Saturday, if not Sunday.
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I hope James recovers quickly! I think parenting is way more imortant than blogging. (Don't tell anyone I said that though...)ReplyDelete
Have fun participating in this experiment!ReplyDelete
Sorry life ran amuck! Enjoy reading the other entries. Elana, Jen, and I were stunned how many signed on for our experiment!ReplyDelete
Sorry your kid is sick! Hope they get better. Have fun reading the entires when your life calms down, I've had a blast!ReplyDelete
I hope everything is ok. I know what it is like to have a sick child.ReplyDelete
N. R. Williams, fantasy author
Again, I am so sorry about James. Nothing worse than a sick child. I'm sending prayers and well wishes your way.ReplyDelete
I hope James recovers/has recovered! And this is a great blog. :-)ReplyDelete