~*snowfest* sweep-up


It was blustery here in blogland yesterday!

We had nice turnout for the *Snowfest* Blogfest. I read a number of great entries that contained a wide variety of chill – from wintery temperatures to heart-stopping terror.

I just want to thank everyone who participated for not only providing readers with a selection of snowy stories, but for visiting one another and leaving such encouraging comments.

All participants who submitted stories are eligible for a drawing for a free copy of Watcher: Book I of The Chosen. I’m still waiting on entries from a couple of latecomers who had signed up. Since I know that ‘life happens’ and how I’ve even been late to my own blogfest party in the past, I’m going to give them today to get their stories posted and will wait to do the drawing until Saturday morning.

If you didn’t have a chance to check out the flurry of snow-filled scenes, below is a list of the participants. Be sure to leave a comment on their blog letting them know what you enjoyed most about their stories.

  1. Roh Morgon
  2. stuart sharp
  3. Jen Greyson
  4. Don Gilbert: So Many Words, So Little Time
  5. Rob Lopez: Forsaken Stars
  6. Tessa Conte
  7. Going Postal With Mitch
  8. Stephanie @ Scribbler to Scribe
  9. Donna Hole
  10. Gladiators Pen
  11. J. W. Parente @ In My Write Mind
  12. Wendy Tyler Ryan
  13. jeremy bates books
  14. Life Happens

Again, thank you everyone for joining our story snowstorm in the first annual *Snowfest* Blogfest. I will definitely do this again next year!

6 thoughts on “~*snowfest* sweep-up

  1. I’m so glad you’re extending it a day because I didn’t get a chance to go around and read/comment on everyone’s stories yesterday. Stupid winter flu is kicking me in the teeth. I’m off to read today!

    1. Hi Stephanie!

      I certainly enjoyed reading everyone’s entries. That’s the main reason I like blogfests – they kinda force me to make the time to see how other writer friends are doing, and make new ones.

      Hope you feel better soon!

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