Under 100 Followers Club-Blogger only NO SUBSCRIBER BLOGS PLEASE!!

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Under 100 Followers Club-Blogger only NO SUBSCRIBER BLOGS PLEASE!!

Do you UNDER 100 followers on your blog? Then, this club is for you! We can follow each other and help reach 100 followers! NO BLOGS THAT DONT HAVE FOLLOW WIDGET, PLEASE! NO SUBSCRIPTION BLOGS!

Members: 886
Latest Activity: Apr 8

Please follow these rules:

Only Follow List enabled blogs (Blogger) are allowed. No "subscribe me" type blogs, please.
When you join, go to members list and join their follow list. Then, comment on their blog and let them know that you are a member and you are now following them.
Note: 100 is the limit, so please let me know when you reach your goal!
(any members starting with over 100 will not be able to participate)

Discussion Forum

Looking for followers

Started by Diane Adamo Cassellius Dec 3, 2014. 0 Replies

2 New blogs, need followers, will follow back

Started by Loubna El Maziati Apr 12, 2013. 0 Replies

I am no where near a 100

Started by Loubna El Maziati Apr 11, 2013. 0 Replies

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Comment by Stephanie on February 11, 2010 at 8:48pm
Just wanted to remind everyone that there is still time to enter the fabulous camera strap giveaway. The giveaways will end at midnight EST on Sunday...Don't miss out on your chance to win one of TWO personalized camera straps.

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Good Luck to everyone!!

Comment by karenmed409 on February 10, 2010 at 11:42pm
What a nice way to help our fellow bloggers! I am new, if you have a moment please stop by and leave a comment and I will follow you also, I promise!!
http://gummasplace.blogspot.com/
Comment by Sarah on February 10, 2010 at 3:58pm
Please follow me and I'll do the same! I'm always looking for blogs to read and comment on!

Cars, Trucks and Teething Rings
Comment by Pualani on February 10, 2010 at 1:00pm
Comment by Chris Hettwer on February 10, 2010 at 12:25pm
I'm very new to blogging and am definitely under 100 (by like 99). Looking forward to connecting and growing with others. My blog is about simple ways for parents and scout leaders to connect children with nature. Hope you'll stop by for a look and let me know what you think. Thanks!
http://letsconnectwithnature.blogspot.com/
Comment by Hannah on February 10, 2010 at 11:14am
Yippee! I have made it to 100 followers! Thanks so much ladies! hope ya'll come by and comment often! I have a giveaway going on and more to come, plus exciting product reviews! http://preparingforourchildrensfuture.blogspot.com/

I am following your blogs now too, Faith and Georgiana!
Comment by Faith Draper on February 10, 2010 at 10:51am
Follow me & I'll follow you!

I have a very new blog so am still working on the direction I want to go with it but would love to have more followers. Please leave comments (constructive advice welcome).

Angels Blog
http://faith-angels.blogspot.com/
Comment by Georgiana Owens on February 10, 2010 at 2:57am
Please follow me on my blog and I will return the favor!

http://agape4gigi.blogspot.com/

Thanks! Gigi
Comment by Rebekah Schneiter on February 9, 2010 at 5:51pm
Tell your story

A new anthology, tentatively titled The Cheese Gun and Other Misfires: Mothers on Peace, Justice, Stewardship and More, features stories by women who long to teach their children the value of peace, which can be expressed in

* justice,
* stewardship,
* simplicity,
* egalitarianism,
* compassion,
* and mercy.


Submissions for this collection should be narrative-driven rather than how-to: We are not looking for lectures about how best to teach our children, or for overly preachy polemics. Instead, we are gathering true stories about how mothers have attempted to convey values to their children—how they have succeeded, and how they have failed. Writers should rely on humor, self-reflection, and honesty in conveying their experiences; we are not interested in maudlin stories of disappointment or in narratives critical of the
values the anthology promotes.

Writers should rely on personal experiences. Potential topics include:

▶Teaching children simplicity in a consumer-driven culture
▶Conveying the significance of pacifism when guns can be easily made from sticks, cheese, legos, one’s hand
▶Negotiating a culture that equates military involvement with patriotism
▶Modeling economic justice and showing compassion for the poor without overwhelming children with guilt
▶Reflecting the ideal of egalitarianism when examples of gender inequity seem more prevalent

The anthology’s editors—Melanie Mock and Rebekah Schneiter—in cooperation with Barclay Press, will select for publication essays following these criteria:

▶Exhibit a good narrative with a strong beginning, middle, and end
▶Show, rather than tell
▶Draw the reader into the experiences of the writer
▶Focus on the individual as a means of understanding the universal

Submissions failing to connect with the anthology’s audience because of theme, content, or tone will not be considered.

Essays should be tightly written, between 1,000-5,000 words. Shorter and longer essays might be considered, but are less likely to be selected for publication.

DEADLINE FOR SUMBISSION: June 01, 2010
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: October 01, 2010

FORMAT AND SUBMITTING: Essays should be typed and double-spaced. Please make sure to include your name, address, and phone number on the first page; on subsequent pages, include your name and pagination. Submissions should be sent electronically to submit.story@gmail.com.

(For periodic updates you can follow/visit my blog at rebekah-outnumbered@blogspot.com
Comment by Angela on February 9, 2010 at 2:21pm
I have only have 3 followers, help me reach my 100 goal. Comment on my MBC page with your link and I'll follow you back :)

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