Your Open Post Promotion Thread

Yesterday I couldn’t post anything due to internet difficulties (mainly that it kept cutting off randomly) and today I’m travelling for most of the day.  Thus, you guys get a promotion thread to promote your own work and find some awesome posts by other bloggers.

Basically, this is how it works:

1.  You comment below and in that comment, give us a little blurb about one or two of your best posts and a link to it/them.  Essentially, tell us what makes that post so special to you.  Is it your favourite post because you think your writing was top quality then?  Is it one of your most viewed posts?  And so on and so forth.

For example:

The Hunger Games and Ancient Rome

 

Technically I’m a book blogger, but here on The Mad Reviewer I also love talking about the occasional pop culture feature as well as history.  So I combined the two and talked about the similarities between The Hunger Games series (both the movies and books) and ancient Roman history.  Even though I wrote it a while back, it’s still one of my favourites because it was one of the first articles I wrote, whereas before I had just done book reviews.

See, it’s pretty easy and it’s free!  So go ahead and promote your favourite blog posts.

5 comments

  1. charliegirlteachergirl

    What Makes A Good Romance?

    I wrote this toward the end of September. Since starting the Thoughts on Thursday feature, I’ve realized it’s a little more work that I originally thought, and there have been a few times (like last week!) where I have forgotten all about it. I have to get the post written up the weekend before or it’ll never happen, and somehow out of nowhere I pulled this one out of the bag and wrote up the entire post in one sitting the night before. For the amount of crazy on my plate these days, I thought it was a spectacular feat that produced some pretty good thoughts. Did I miss any components of a good romance?

    The Keeper of Dawn

    This was one of my first reviews. I adored the book, The Keeper of Dawn. I gave so much time and effort in creating this review, which i think turned out as my very best one. At times, I look at my recent reviews and think that they all pale in comparison to this one and I wonder where that momentum went.

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  3. Jemima Pett

    Sorry I’m late with this one, but I thought I’d just let you know about my Friday Flash Fiction. Tune in any Friday… this week the challenge was to weave the names of three apples into the story, but not as apples. I went a little crazy… maybe you’ll like the result!

    Much Ado About Nutting

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