Of course there are lots of political campaigning, even a first political leaders' debate on tv, my polling card has arrive and all the newspapers, tv, radio and online news pages are doing their back to back coverage as you would expect in the run up to a general election.
I am saying all this to "set the scene" for my next plot point (I am trying to be all writer-ly!LOL!) as it would explain these rather fab freebies I got over the week.
They were handing them out at my train station.
I thought that was pretty fun - salt and vinegar crisps in red (Labour), yellow (Liberal Democrats) and the blue one would have been the Conservatives.
Whatever next??! (Fair, humane and green policies!!).
Anyway- lots going on with all my bloggie friends so please do visit, join, add, read, etc. at your leisure only if you so wish of course!
Theresa Milstein of A Substitute Teacher's Saga has uploaded a rather fab intro to her novel, The Disappearances at MissSnarkfirstvictim monthly contest. The first line of her story is one of the strongest I've read so far!
Talli Roland has submitted her novel: The Hating Game and the blurb reads like my kind of book! Fingers crossed it will be published soon!
As an aside: Amazon have agreed to refund me my monies for KarenG's Farm Girl which means I can now buy elsewhere! Yay!
Amy and the House of Cats had a massively successful commentathon yesterday - donations to her local no-kill animal shelter so YAY to her.
Abby at ManxMNews is campaigning for Petspeaceofmind.org.
Jan's Funny Farm is holding a rather sweet contest to highlight the importance of pets particularly for children.
And as for me, I am going to join Charlie and go to bed!
Have a great Saturday everyone!