Sometimes, The Wheel is on Fire

Sometimes, The Wheel is on Fire

Friday, September 3, 2010

In Which I Blatantly Use a Blogfest to Promote My Own Contest

 
Amazon gift cards:
Enter my contest to win.
You know you want to.


This piece of blatant advertising has been brought to you by the letter Q and the number 13, and may get me kicked out of Stephanie Thornton’s Haiku Blogfest. Luckily, it’s a two-day affair; I shall do what I can to redeem myself tomorrow.

8 comments:

  1. haha! Well as long as you redeem yourself tomorrow.. :)

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  2. Well, points for cleverness, anyway... :)

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  3. Funny! Though, since I find the idea of using a haiku as a promotional tool sort of awful, I didn't click on the link ;)

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  4. You could have written the haiku and then tried to sell us, it would have been less blatant. I don't think many will look further now.

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  5. Amalia: Thanks! And yes, I do hope my Day 2 haiku have some redemptive qualities. (I paid extra for them.)

    J.A.Sarah: Fantastic! I've been collecting points for years! (I almost have the whole set.)

    Franklin: Ah yes, but the thing I was promoting was a way for you to win free stuff from Amazon. That's not so awful, is it?

    Wendy: What?! Be less blatant?! Why would I ever want to do that?

    Tricia: Thanks! Exactly what I was going for!

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  6. Okay, I confess that I'm a idiot, either you didn't have that there when I came by yesterday, or your blatant sales skills are so good that I didn't even realize I was reading a haiku. If it was truly there, and I'm not crazy, props for at least using the form.

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  7. Wendy, I don't believe you're an idiot or crazy, so it must've been my mad sales skills. I shall now try to sell you on my new exercise video "Six-Second Abs."

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