Wow.  I can't believe that I didn't post about Utah Author Month over here. 

If you don't know what I'm talking about first visit my blog, read the post and then come back here. Link: http://blog.mawbooks.com/2011/04/05/may-is-utah-author-month/

Since I posted my initial introductory/call to action post on my blog about Utah Author Month I have thought more about the technicalities of how it's going to run.  Basically, what I will do is a end of the week round-up where I will post on my blog links to everybody's posts that week.  That way those who want to join in last minute can and I don't have to worry about scheduling the calendar or finding that somebody posted or didn't post. This way, you can blog as much or as little as you would like throughout the month and you don't have to worry about telling me about it.  Get as creative as you would like.

But I will help facilitate as much as I can. I am trying to hook up bloggers with author interviews or guest posts.  If you haven't filled out the form on my blog, please still do so.  This helps to see that blogger A would love to interview author B and it just so happens that author B also filled out form asking for somebody to interview them.  I can easily match them together and help facilitate the meeting.

If you filled out the form, but haven't heard from me yet, you will. Still making my way through the emails. Let me know if you have any questions!

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