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21 Minus Blogfest Teaser!

As you already know, I'm participating in the March blog tour 21 Minus, which showcases writers and bloggers who can't legally drink. (Sorry. Mardi Gras is making me resent my age.) I don't want to tell you everything, but there will be anonymous interviews and a sort of treasure hunt where readers try to figure out who asked and answered what. Fabulous tour hostess Anna Waggener will be giving away a copy of her soon-to-be-released novel Grim to the winner. But that's not the only giveaway -- I know for a fact that one of the other prizes will be donated by me, and it will be...

...a bag of coffee. Coffee and writers and college students kind of go together, don't you think? ;)

If a free bag of coffee doesn't get you excited for this blog tour, I don't know what will.

Happy Mardi Gras!

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  1. Mardi Gras ends at midnight. Happy Lent! :D

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    1. "Happy Lent." Now there's an oxymoronical "holiday" wish...Lent is like the anti-holiday. You have to get all depressed first before you can be properly happy for Easter. ;)

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  2. I'm participating, too! :) In New Zealand, the drinking age is only 18 - but I'm not 18 yet so I can't legally drink anyway.

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    1. I look forward to reading your posts! And I'm jealous of New Zealand ;) The United States is oddly prudish about some things.

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  3. "Legally" being the operative word. Haha jk. Kind of ;).

    But anyways, I'm in the blogfest too, and I'm super excited to get to know you! And woohoo for coffee! College students of the world unite!

    Haha. Okay I'm done.

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    1. Hi! I've read your blog before, but I'll be excited to get to know you better through 21 Minus.

      Coffee and alcohol...LEGAL of course...;) "College students of the world unite" indeed! Haha.

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  4. I'm also going to part of the 21 Minus blogfest... I'm so excited! :) The drinking age in Canada is also 18 (or 19 in some provinces).

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    1. I look forward to reading your blogfest posts! :)

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