100th Post Pimp and Promote Party

My blog is stepping into the triple-digits in posts. Can you believe it? I’m excited, and so is sweet Roberta over there. She’s so pumped, she lit up!

To celebrate, YOU’RE INVITED to pimp your own work and promote another’s. HOOORAH!

Special thanks to Chuck Wendig, who I believe created the concept, and Jenny Hansen for introducing me to it. (You’re both kick-butt party-lovin’ awesome!)

And now…

Here are the rules:

1. PIMP: Share a link to a blog post, book or other venture you’re stoked about.

2. PROMOTE: Share a link to a pal’s post, book or other work you think ROCKS.

3. MINGLE: Have fun checking out others’ links, while the rest of the partygoers enjoy yours. Feel free to pop by later or over the next few days to catch links of the fashionably late. ;)

I’ll start by pimping THIS POST, and promoting one of my newest favorite authors—M.G. Miller. His award-winning novel, Bayou Jesus, is one of the most beautiful, compelling books I’ve ever read. Ever. To quote my friend, Kourtney, it is “unputdownable,” and a sure-fire literary classic that reads with page-turner suspense. The writing is breathtaking, the story and characters inspiring. I simply can’t say enough about this book or M.G. Miller’s artistry.

M.G. is also an incredibly supportive writer, equally passionate for people and his craft—which says a lot. I could go on and on… Instead, I’ll refer you to his links. :)

Please visit M.G. Miller’s website, where you can read his terrific blog, follow him on Twitter and learn about his upcoming releases. (They’re darker than Bayou Jesus, says Miller, about which thriller-lovers like me are stoked.)

To purchase Bayou Jesus for Kindle for only 99-cents, visit Amazon.com. It’s FREE for Prime members. I suspect you’ll be mighty glad you did.

Thanks, all of you, for making blogging such a wonderful experience. I hope you keep having at least an ounce of the fun I have.