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           DeJaVu- December 16th
         The Day of The Do Over.
If you have not already heard about this awesome blogfest then I will tell you a little bit about it, but you really must pop over to D.L. Hammond's blog to get the full details and to sign up.

D.L was talking about how if you have to miss a week of blogging you can really miss some important post from your fellow bloggers. I agree. Another interesting point that he made was about one of his favorite blog post on his blog. It just so happens that he only had about a dozen or so followers when he posted it.

I have a post or two that I wrote when I had only a handful of followers so I am certain that not many people read my entry. D.L came up with this brilliant idea for us to gather our favorite post and join this blogfest.

On December 16, we will all post (re-post) our favorite blog post or one that we believe did not receive the recognition it should have. This is an excellent opportunity for everyone to read " The best of the best."

D.L has actually been promoting this idea for a while. You can read an earlier post of his about re-posting some of our better blog post. You can read his post blog recycle station to get an idea of just how great of an idea this is.

This blogfest is also being hosted by Katie Mills, The Creepy Query Girl, Lydia Kang, over at The World is My Oyster and Nicole Ducleroir, at One Significant Moment at a Time.

So here is what you need to do and it couldn't be easier- No Writing Involved

     1. Go to any of the above four sites and sign up with Mr. Linky

     2. Shout out to all your friends

     3. Grab a DeJa Vu Badge and post it anywhere and everywhere-think blogging
        graffiti gone wild

     4. Dig through your archives and find one of your post that deserves a
        second chance or a do-over

     5. On December 16th hop from blog to blog and read the "best of the best"

Happy Thanksgiving to all and Happy Blogging


Melissa Sugar said...

Did you by any chance lift this Linky from my blog? I hope your readers remember to overwrite my time and url before they hit enter. This should be a fun blogfest.

Melissa Sugar said...

What a fun idea! I'm looking forward to this one. It will be so interesting to see what everyone brings forward from their early blogging days.

Melissa Sugar said...

I've already signed up! Even know which post I'm going to select.

Melissa Sugar said...

I've already signed up. All I have to do now is remember to post :-)

Melissa Sugar said...

This is a nice idea. Since I can't promise I'll be able to do this, I didn't sign up. But if I can, I'll be back to read others.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Melissa Sugar said...

Hi, I clicked on "Get the code" from D.L.'s blog and it took me to a mr. linky site where I signed up, copied the code and pasted it to my blog. I hope that is okay.

Melissa Sugar said...

Hey Melissa! I have another award for you, so please stop by my blog to claim it.

Melissa Sugar said...

Hi Melissa, I've left an award for you on my blog. Stop by to check it out.

The blogfest sounds great, but I don't have the time, especially as it's the first day of the school holidays!

Melissa Sugar said...

This sounds like a lot of fun. I may have to do this. :) I've got an award for you on my blog, but since I am running late on notification go to this link

Melissa Sugar said...

I'm all signed up for DL's blogfest!
We missed you for the Insecure Writer's Support Group this month. Hope to see you on January 4.

Melissa Sugar said...

Thanks for the advertising Melissa! December 16th is shaping up to be a truly awesome day!! :)

Melissa Sugar said...

Thanks for the shout-out!

Melissa Sugar said...

I'm a new follower from the DejaVu Blogfest. Nice to meet you!

Melissa Sugar said...

I love this blogfest! I've been able to make some new connections (like you) and read some great posts. And I'm a new follower of yours. Come by for a visit sometime.

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