February was a quiet month, between sickness and catch up, I have not been blogging much but that does not mean I haven’t been busy. Oh no, my friend, oh no. Nothing says from zero to sixty like a month long event!
That is why I am pleased to finally announce 31 Days of Author Madness!! Because, let’s face it, we are all a little mad to be doing this gig, but we love it. Hosted by:
See that fancy schmancy banner? This banner will be the header of the blog for the month of March. The 31 Days of Author Madness is just what it sounds like, a month long showcase of authors. These authors, who have generously given me their time and thoughts to help pull this together, are in various stages of their writing career, write in various genres, and come from all over the world. My goal here is to celebrate the craft of writing and the love of what we do. I hope to do more interviews and events like this in the future because there are only 31 days in March and I have the rare pleasure of knowing a vast number of talented creative people.
Tomorrow we kick off the month with Leigh W. Stuart, a lovely author who I promise will steam up your screen.
21 hours ago
I am boosting this again. Kris is such an empathetic and lovely person who has continued to be such a light in the writing community despite everything happening in her life. https://t.co/xjOs7xQwqa
4 days ago
I don’t talk enough about how badly I want to see #ownvoices neurodiverse stories out in the world. How badly I want them for my kids. Building this post actually made me start crying. Small thread incoming 🧵 https://t.co/giq3odzNeP
Rebecca F. Kuang @kuangrf
hey fam! i’m hosting an INTERNATIONAL ONLY giveaway for these gorgeous dust jackets by The Literary Culture, a new bookish company based in the Philippines!!! RT and follow them @thelitculture to enter, winner randomly selected in 48 hours, no US or UK entries allowed 🥰🥰🥰 https://t.co/J73bYZHAYv
6 days ago
I can’t champion my local library enough. Pre covid, they hosted breakfast programs, job fairs, and were such a vital community support and during covid they continued to do so much, on top of going in every day and creating individual hold bags for patrons https://t.co/REJp2qF6Dc