I've been busy with blogfests lately, and those are all I've had time for! But I am sneaking this one in before I get around to posting the next lot of blogfests. So, FYI, this entry contains:
- Miscellaneous links!
- A list of my fellows in my Crusading group!
- Some comments on the weather!
- A very short conclusion.
Before I get started on the actual entry, here is a recap of the blogfests I've participated in very recently, for anyone who's looking for them (the links are to my entries):
And if you want to check out really old stuff, you can click on my label to look at past blogfest entries, or look at my list on my Blogfests page, which also highlights upcoming blogfests!
That said, now it's time to move onto part 2.
A list of my fellows in my Crusading group!
I have wanted to do this for a while, but I'm only just getting around to it! I'm in the Adult Fiction (Mainstream) Crusading group, and these people are too:
- Lola Sharp (Sharp Pen/Dull Sword) Adult fiction (mainstream), YA (urban fantasy and dystopian)
- Ann (Inkpots n' Quills) Adult fiction
- Charlotte Rains Dixon (Charlotte Rains Dixon) Adult fiction
- Zan Marie Steadham (In the Shade of the Cherry Tree) Adult fiction (mainstream), women's fiction, science fiction, devotional, non-fiction history
- Lauri Griffin (Lauri's Blog) Adult fiction (mainstream, literary), short stories
- Rachel (All the World's Our Page) Historical fiction, historical suspense
- Susan (All the World's Our Page) Adult fiction
- [me! (here!) Fantasy, contemporary romance, Science Fiction, MG]
- Linda Katmarian (Scheherezade's Journal) Mainstream fiction, literary fiction
As you can see, this bunch writes in a few different areas, and to me, Adult Fiction is a pretty broad category. Anyway, I'm excited to be part of this group with such a great bunch of ladies, though I really want to get to know them better throughout this Crusade. I suppose you could call that my mini-Crusade within the big one we're all on. :D
Some comments on the weather!
I'm not a summer person. I abhor the heat we get in my town. It's just too disgusting. When you feel like your eyeballs have been boiled all day long, you know it's too hot. When you're sitting in your tightly contained living room with the air-con blasting and you're still sweating, you know it's too hot. When you cry to yourself that you don't have a hammock to sleep outside in, you know it's too hot.
But anyway, back on track! I got a comment from Michael Offutt on one of my blog entries a little while back, saying that March has the first day of Spring. And immediately I felt the urge to point out that for us down here, it has the first day of Autumn! Yay! :D I love Autumn, Winter and Spring, by the way.
A short conclusion.
I started an A-Z listening task, and it forces me to listen to some songs I don't entirely adore in my mp3 collection. Right now I'm listening to "Alisha Rules The World" by Alisha's Attic. Sorry, but this song is getting on my nerves. But I will listen to it all the way through! Because them's the rules, man. :)
And now the entry is done!