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Writers' Butt Blogfest

OK, that's not really what it's called. It's a Writing Space Blogfest for the lazy writer! Just pop yourself into the linky tool and post a picture of your writing space on November 1. If you're participating in NaNoWriMo, this will get your lazy rear in gear to tidy up your workspace before you park it there for the next month.



And, you get to stalk around and look inside other people's houses. I love doing that. Thanks to Summer for hosting the blog hop.

DON'T FORGET to click that link that says "Get the code here..." and post this linky tool on your own blog or website. We must go forth like zombies and pass on the infectious fun.

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  1. Thanks for spreading the word! And I love your title. :) I meant to include a few more joke blogfest titles in the blog post, but I forgot. :)

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  2. I don't normally do blogf--- things. The idea of doing doing one kinda grates on my spinal cord. The same reason I've never watched Top Gun, read Twilight, or drunk beer.

    What is that reason?

    I'm not sure. Bandwagonitis? I'm not sure that's in the PDR.

    But I think my reason is probably in the DSM-IV.

    Anyway, the idea of letting readers and fellow writers see where I write is amusing enough to be a blogf--- worthwhile.

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  3. I'm entering the NaNo this year. It's a lot of fun to just let loose one month out of the year.

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  4. Thanks again, Summer! This blog hop will be easy and fun.

    Nevets: Sounds like you are allergic to fun. Hahaha! OK, I admit that I'm not a huge fan of any of the things on your list of never-tried, but I have at least tasted them all. Great job stepping out of your comfort zone to join the rest of us blog sheeple in our virtual frivolity. I look forward to spying on your spot.

    Marie: It is fun! My brain and schedule can't handle it this year what with preparing for childbirth, but I fully intend to be a NaNo vampire and crash every one of my local meetings to siphon everyone's creative energies to work on a couple slower projects of my own. Maybe next year, I won't be pregnant and I can use NaNoWriMo as an excuse to ditch the child with the husband or grandparents and get buck wild, in a literary sense.

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  5. haha You're not the first person to suggest I'm allergic to fun.

    I think it's really more of a toxic reaction.

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  6. What a cool idea! I need to clean my writing space, anyway!

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  7. Fun idea...but I will have to pass until I actually have a camera and an organized room.
    Nancy
    N. R. Williams, fantasy author

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