If you'd like to read a family tale of sisterly love which never gives up, I've reviewed the thriller Sister, by Rosamund Upton, on the book review blog, Reading at Dawn. We'd love you to visit and have a read of the great reviews. We post two reviews a week and love visitors.
Tomorrow is the Bernard Pivot Blogfest where you answer 10 random questions. My post is prepared and raring to go on my Paris blog, Pichets in Paris. Go there tomorrow to read mine. You know it won't be boring.
The blogospere is excited to see Roland Yeomans @ Writing in the Crosshairs has published his e-book. Roland's prose is just so spellbinding. If you don't follow Roland you need to. He publishes his stories on his blog on a regular basis. Roland's book cover was designed by another awesome blogger, Michael at ...in time. Check Michael's blog for great posts, currently many of us are enjoying his Earthly Angels series of posts.
The Writer's Platform-Building Crusade has started. Note the cute badge in my left sidebar. What does that mean? Just that I'll be participating in writing/judging the evil contests that Rachel Harrie dreams up for the 200+ crusaders. Can't wait. Some of this craziness may be posted right here.
Lots of lovely awards floating around. Note in my right sidebar some encouraging awards made by fellow bloggers wanting to share the love. Thank you!
J. C. Martin @ Fighter Writer has an awesome contest starting March 4. The challenge is to write a 300-word short story showing a race for survival. There are prizes. I'm posting that one on my Flashquake blog where you'll find the button/details.
Oh and see the lovely Len Lambert's contest in my right-hand sidebar. Go Len!
So much more is happening, but that's a few things before I launch into the sixth session of the Publication Party tomorrow - N.R. Williams - don't miss her!