Link Up

I will be updating this page soon for OctPoWriMo 2013 and you will be able to begin linking up on September 1st, 2013!

It is easy to participate just click on the link and fill in your blog info to be listed in the poetry challenge. The list will be open from now until October 2, 2012. Everyone that enters their blog by then will be able to participate in the Writing Poetry Challenge Blog Hop. If you grab the linky info from "Get the code here" and place it on your poetry posts, participants can go from one poem to the next easy peasy from October 1st, through October 31st, 2012.

Remember to Tweet with hashtag #OctPoWriMo to let people know when you have posted a new poem!


30 comments:

  1. I thought it was about time I actually showed up! LOL

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  2. Hi! Like the site. Just wanted to know what a 'word love' is?? Thanks I'm not familiar with that term.

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    1. It is an expression that some who love words use for leaving a comment. Comments are always appreciated and to me an expression of word love.

      Glad you like the site and thanks for stopping by.

      Peace,
      Morgan

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  3. I am having an issue linking my site up here. Does not take me anywhere.

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    1. I just noticed that as well. I think the link up service is having an issue at the moment. Please check back later as it usually is working wonderfully. I apologize for the inconvenience.

      Peace,
      Morgan

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    2. So happy to hear it! Glad it started working again and you were able to join us!

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  4. I'm a dope! I put in the link to my first poem instead of to my home page!! Can I switch it or am I locked in as being the most annoying OctPoWriMo participant?!

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    1. Would you like for me to switch it to your home page? I also have been rethinking my logic of having a static Linky instead of having a daily link up with the prompt. I will discuss it with Julie but I can still change this one for you. Let me know what link you want me to change it to.

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    2. It's done. I changed it to your home page. :D

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  5. Me too - I built a new blog for it! I'll do a bit of new and old poems for this challenge, try to be all new for October 2013 :)

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    1. I seem to have added my first poem link instead of my home-page too! :(

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    2. I fixed it for you, no worries. :D

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    3. Very glad you decided to join us after all!

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  6. Hi, Thank you for the invite.

    I hope that you all enjoy my many pieces of poetry this month :)

    "The Elusive Mr Dunne aka @CensoredRapPoet

    WritersCafe.org/MrDunne

    #OctPoWriMo #Poetry

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  7. "Seventy two different pieces of poetry from the perspective of all seventy two Demons in the book, the Ars Goetia"

    http://www.writerscafe.org/goetiapoetry

    "The Elusive Mr Dunne aka @CensoredRapPoet" Copyright, 2012.

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  8. Reveries Mimi, I can't figure out how to leave a "Note" on your blog. Is it broken or am I missing something?

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  9. Morgan, you are ridiculously amazing for starting this group. Those are two of my favorite words and I don't just use them for any old reason. You are a beautiful person.

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    1. Thank you Danielle, and though I started it I couldn't have done all of this without Julie. I was thrilled beyond belief when she said she would come on board to be co-host of this event.

      Thank you for stopping by and sharing word love!

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  10. Well I added my link so here goes with Octpowrimo:)

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    1. Welcome Jennie, glad to have you on this poetic journey!

      It also helps to Tweet your link to your poetry once you post it and put your link in the Facebook Writing Poetry Group.

      I look forward to reading what you've written!

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  11. Got a little late to this game but its all fun and not hate. Here's my visual poetry pins: http://pinterest.com/rehuxley/visual-poetry/

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    1. Hi Ron, you can still participate. We decided to do a link up with each daily prompt posts Check them out and join us!

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  12. How was I not aware of this until now? Sighs. I did NaPoWriMo successfully this April, and I loved it so much that I decided independently to do a poem a day in October for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which is a topic of utmost urgency for me, and I believe it should be for everyone. Will you consider me an honorary participant? My blog initiative is called DVAM Code-Purple, and you can find it at http://www.inpotentia.wordpress.com Thank you!

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    1. You can still participate. We decided to do a daily link up on the daily poetry prompt post. You are welcome to participate in the remaining days. Yes DVAM is a worthy cause. Glad you found us!

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  13. so it looks like you aren't linking up for 2013 yet
    will ck back

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    1. We have decided to do things differently this year and will be linking up daily instead of having one huge link up. Honestly I thought I had removed this page so thanks for bringing it to my attention for me to do just that. =)

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  14. I used to write poems but life got in the way. I want to do so again. I saw this challenge on Cate Russell-Cole's blog and thought it would be a good way to do so. However I don't have a blog for poems...Just one for book reviews. Do I need to create another one, how fancy do I have to get (the one I have now isn't fancy at all) and if I do create one, how do these links work? Hopefully there is still enough time to do this as we are now in mid-September. Thank you.

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  15. So in order to participate I need to create a blog dedicated specifically to this challenge if I am reading this correctly? I have a theme I mind for the 31 poems, and even some short ones ready to go onto the paper...But need to figure out how to get started. Thanks!

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