Okay, I'm feeling like I will never, ever, ever, ever, ever catch back up with life again! I'm fairly certain I can say definitively that I'm behind on every aspect of my life. Except eating. I never get behind on that...
In lieu of [Mostly] Wordless Wednesday, I'm going to do a quick post on the Post A-to-Z Road Trip that Tina and I started last year. I remember being so excited when Lee (Arlee Bird, head honcho of the A-to-Z) contacted us last year in support of it. If it wasn't for this follow-up to the A-to-Z, I would never have been a co-host on this year's A-to-Z, and if it weren't for Tina, I never would have had what we are now calling the Post A-to-Z Road Trip. So thanks, girl!
For those who haven't heard of this yet, it was previously called the Post-Challenge-Challenge, or the Visitor's Challenge. We never really had a perfectly synced up name last year. From here on out, though, it is the Post A-to-Z Road Trip.
This Road Trip is pressure-free and rule-free. It is simply a means to visit all the blogs who participated in the A-to-Z Challenge, as the vast majority of us stood no chance at visiting all those blogs during the month of April. You can visit using whatever time frame you prefer, in whatever order. Do what works for you!
If you like having company, come visit us on the A-to-Z Challenge Blog when we check in weekly. You can also read more about the challenge there. Sign-ups are available there, or you can sign up on this post or under the Post A-to-Z Road Trip tab here on my blog. Feel free to ask any questions you might have.
Other than that, enjoy the trip!
For the week's helpful links:
Eden's Bookshelf is looking for books to review. If you're published, go check out the requirements.
Podjam.tv posted 15 Tips to Get You Tweeting. Very handy, especially if you're tweet-clueless, like me.
White Cat Publications, LLC has put out a submission call for a Steampunk anthology. This is the first one for Steampunk I've run across, so wanted to pass it along, since I know a few of you write it. Good luck!
How about a funny one? David Farland wrote tips on how to keep your writer as a pet. Writers, pass this one along to your loved ones! It's amusing, but also quite useful.
Mandy DeGeit posted a good warning that reminds us to check out anyone we're submitting to. Her bad anthology experience should be a lesson to us all.
Any useful links to pass along? Have you joined the Post A-to-Z Road Trip? Do you plan to? Did you make it to all the A-to-Z blogs, if you participated? Working on it on your own?
May you find your Muse.