The White House from a distance.
Part of the National WWII Monument.
The other side.
Respect for our soldiers.
Lincoln Memorial from the WWII Monument.
Close-up of the pillars at the Lincoln Memorial (with all the five gazillion people there).
The Great Emancipator, himself.
You all know this one, right?
View of the Washington Monument from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial (as well as the rally).
Want to spread a little holiday horror? Cruentus Libri Press is accepting festive tales of horror, whether Christmas-based, Hannukah-based, or any other festive holiday time. Pays royalties. Reading period through October 31.
Seventh Star Press has two open anthologies, one "sword and sorcery" and one dystopian. Pays royalties. Dystopian closes January 8; Fantasy closes January 31.
Iron Cauldron Books has several anthologies currently open, including carnival horror, steampunk horror and near death experiences. They are also taking submissions for novels, short story collections and non-fiction.
Elektric Milk Bath Press has an urban fantasy anthology open right now. Note: scan down until you find it; first anthology on page is closed. $30 per story. Closes October 31.
Tim Brannan is hosting Monstrous Monday October 29. Sign up and post about a monster of your choice. Always a fun kind of blog fest.
Book Blogs seems like a good place to advertize your book blog or find others. I haven't had a chance to really look it over, though.
Anything to share? Ever been to Washington, D.C.? Did you get to tour the Mall and see the monuments/memorials? Which is your favorite one?
May you find your Muse.