Thursday, April 4, 2013

Organizing the Tavern and Other Tidbits

I'm really floored by the response to the S&W Appreciation Day Blogfest on April 17th - 103 blogs thus far and I feel like I've missed at least one or two.

Just to be clear, this isn't my project - this belongs to everyone that's participating in the blogfest. In other words, it belongs to the community and that's how it should be.

I am at the forefront of organizing it, God help you all. If I took a picture of my work desk, you'd all run screaming ;)

In any case, I've got contact information from about half the blogs participating. If you still need to get me your basic contact info, i need email, blog name and blog link (first name too if you would like) sent to tenkarsDOTtavernATgmailDOTcom.

I'm going to start putting the participating blogs into a blogroll that will be on the right side of the Tavern's webpage. This should go live tomorrow and will grow in bits and pieces over the weekend (there's a crap load to enter). This way, when the event goes live, I should be able to catch your posts for linkage to the main S&W Appreciation Day page on this site. Yes, I'm taking off from the real job on the 17th to run my self imposed blog job. I'll be asking you to email me your blog posts, but the blog roll will serve as a back up and a short cut for those that prefer blog rolls to links.

Crap, and I need to put together the list of giveaways we've gathered thus far. It's pretty impressive and there are more to come.

I need to find time to get back to working on Tenkar's Landing, my little Swords & Sorcery setting for Swords & Wizardry / Crypts & Things. Maybe this weekend.

Feel free to add your blog as a comment to this post if you want to join in on the fun...

P.S. - Feel free to use the banners and logos on your sites - that's what they are there for ;)

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