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  • September 21st, 2009 | 2:04 PM
Thing you can do in the blogosphere today

Here are just a few things you can do in the blogosphere today.

Did you know that it's non-fiction Monday? Indeed. If you have posted about a non-fiction children's book, head on over to the Booklist Bookends Blog and add your link to the round-up. For those who love non-fiction there are a ton of great links in this week's round-up.

If you don't know what non-fiction Monday is all about, mosy over to A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy and see what Liz Burns has to say about how this weekly event came into being.

And Monday's are when Tricia posts her Poetry Stretch, a challenge to write a poem in a particular style. This week it's Haiku Riddles.

And lastly, I'm hosting the September Carnival of Children's Literature. I didn't come up with a theme so please, send me your favorite post from the month and I'll develop something after I get the entries. Deadline is this Friday. I'm hoping for lots of entries to counter the ridiculous amounts of spammy stuff that has come through via the carnival sign-up page. You can submit via the Carnival page .

I'm hoping to have a big announcement (not of the "I sold a book" kind) to make any day now.
 

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sealy38
September 22nd, 2009 03:21 pm (UTC)
Thanks for reminding me about Tricia's Poetry Stretch. That is always fun and I sometimes am so buried in prose that I forget.

Thinking about the September theme.


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