First Friday Link Party for Writers – Spring Fling Edition

Carol Tice

Party - group with champagneYes, spring has sprung, and it’s that time again — time for writers to share their best post of the month on my new First Friday Link party!

We had a few glitches last time, but this time I think we’re ready to rock here (and if anything’s not working, I know I can count on you to let me know in the comments).

Check out my link party widget: I’ve cooked up a link party graphic you can add to your own post or sidebar, to let your readers know your post is appearing here on Make a Living Writing. Check out my sidebar and grab the code to install on your site.

After voting closes Sunday night, the link posts will reorganize to feature the favorites at the top. Good luck all!

I can’t wait to see all of your tasty posts…so put ’em up and then tell a friend!

Here are the instructions:


 

 

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