Rachael Harrie's Platform Building Campaign

Sunday, August 21, 2011

I have a post going up later, which is an interview and giveaway with Kelley Smith, author of Glittering Ashes, however, I wanted to remind you all  about Rachael Harrie's Platform Building Campaign. 

If you're interested in building links with other like-minded writers/bloggers, you should go over there tomorrow and sign up for the next Campaign.  Registration closes on August 31 and then the fun begins.

Go here to see what it's all about, but I can tell you that I met a LOT of cool bloggers and enjoyed participating in the flash fiction challenges during the last campaign.

17 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting, I'm off to check it out!

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  2. Thanks for the reminder, Joy! I'll set up an alert so I can sign up and participate.

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  3. Definitely going to check out Rach's blog. Thanks for the link!

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  4. I'm thinking I will partake of the challenge this year. You make it sound too good to resist. :)

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  5. Enjoy! AA _ I got a novel idea from one of the flash pieces I did. 'Course, I've only written one chapter since April, but it's a start.

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  6. Woohoo, so excited! Thanks for the shout-out :)

    Hugs,

    Rach

    PS - I love your new blog banner!!!

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  7. Hello again. So happy to see another suspense writer on the campaign.
    Edge of Your Seat Romance

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  8. No problem, Rachel. The last campaign helped me lots in terms of connecting with blogger friends.

    Love the banner too.

    Raquel, good of you to drop in. Thanks.

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  9. You'll have a blast and meet some new people!

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  10. I'm loving it already. Are you doing it again, J.L.?

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  11. I'm a newbie campaigner just stopping by to say hello! Can't wait to read more of your posts!

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  12. This is my first campaign, and I just wanted to drop in and wave hello. Looking forward to chatting!

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  13. Thanks! I've heard about this and I am thinking about checking it out. Time is the only issue, but that's always the case, right? ; )

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  14. Looking forward to doing the campaign again, even if I am pressed for time.

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