If you have ever wanted your blog post to be included in the carnival, now is truly your last chance. The December 2013 edition will be the last issue for which I will accept submissions. Starting in January 2014, the monthly posts will contain literary news and the like, so I hope you still will tune in.
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The next edition of the Blog Carnival will be on December 15. If you want your link to be included, read and follow the guidelines and email your submission by December 10.
On to the Carnival. Enjoy!
Kimberly Raya presents The (F)law of Attraction posted at Let Me Reach With Kim Saeed, saying, “A flash-fiction work that illustrates what can happen when the Law of Attraction is used for selfish purposes…”
William and Tracy Minor present The Judge was about to give the verdict when…… posted at Inspiration For Chiristians, saying, “This article is an allegory of the sacrifice that Jesus made for all of us on the cross.”
David Leonhardt presents 10 hit songs blasting the music industry posted at The Happy Guy, saying, “Some big names like Billy Joel, Pink, and The Kinks have had hits with song lyrics that blast the hand that feeds them. Here are ten such songs, with videos and lyrics included.”
Chrys Fey presents How To Write A Short Story posted at Write With Fey, saying,”Writing a short story is just like writing a novel. You will need an idea that you can lay on a page to blaze into a story.”
Diane Mott, MSW presents Scars, scratches and letting go… posted at Being Truly Present, saying, “A humorous creative non-fiction piece based on the writing prompt: What keeps you from writing? What helps you? What happens when you change your routine? Includes writing quotes.”