I don't know if a thread like this has already been started, but I'm going to go ahead and post this one up. This is where we can "shamelessly promote" our own memes and features. All you have to do is:
1. Explain briefly what your meme and/or feature is about.
2. Post up the actual link that will lead to the main pages/posts of the meme and feature.

Here are mine. First, here is my main blog right here.

Meme: Top Ten Picks
-Top Ten Picks
is a weekly meme where I would be posting just about that -- my top 10
picks! Every week, there will be a different and specific topic given.I
will then choose 10 of my picks from that given category, create the
list, and post them up.
- Last week the topic was on our top 10 literary crushes. There will be a new topic tomorrow, Wednesday.

Feature: Show and Tell
Show and Tell is where different participants showcase their favorite books.
- I am currently still accepting entries for anyone who is willing to join this :)

Feature: Author Speaks
- Author Speaks is a new regular feature on the blog, where I ask various different authors one specific question.

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Now it's my turn to be shameless! Thanks for starting this thread, Jillian! ;-)

Meme: Locus Focus
Write about your favourite settings or about recently discovered settings that have stood out in your mind.
I put the linky up every Saturday, but it's open until the next post goes up, so people can join at any time during the week.


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