Moving . . . er . . . Packing Party
I fully intended to start my grand Moving Party today, signalling the end of my blogging as Emily Bryan and focusing exclusively on this blog. I had a lovely string of guests lined up here for you and planned on tons of give-aways.
Then my DH came home with the news that he has to go to Amsterdam on November 8th for a week for business. And I get to tag along for pleasure! I’m so excited. I’ve never been to the Netherlands and I’d rather have an adventure that just about anything, so of course, I have to go. But that means I may have limited internet connectivity in Europe (I’ll have to scramble to get an electric converter for my little netbook) and I wouldn’t be able to support my blog guests.
Sooo . . . I’ve asked my guests if they mind shifting days to later in November and we’ll kick off the moving party with a leisurely packing party instead. Now instead of a week or two of moving, my party will string out over the whole month, but that just means more chances for YOU to win some freebies.
Today, one lucky commenter will receive a signed copy of my final Emily Bryan book, STROKE OF GENIUS! How do you win, I hear you asking? For the daily prize, it’s easy:
1. Leave a comment on this blog. (I do accept anonymous comments, but be sure to include your email in the comment in case you’re the winner) If you haven’t clicked to follow this blog, I’d appreciate that as well. ;-)
I’ll also have a monthly drawing in each of these places. If you’d like more chances to win:
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I’ll be drawing winners from Facebook, Twitter and my Newsletter list on December 1st!
Since I’ve lived in 9 different states, you’d think I’d know a thing or two about moving. Mostly I know it never goes exactly as you planned. I’ve criss-crossed the continent, but the worst move we ever made was from one floor to the next in the same building. I didn’t pack as well as I should have and ended up walking up and down the stairs with so many more smaller loads. Hmmm… think I’m seeing a cyber-parallel here.
Have you ever moved? What was the hardest thing about it? The easiest?