Monday, March 19, 2012

Update on the Standings of the Great Star Wars Blogathon



Your leader board:
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Andrew Leon: 612. (Andrew's the author of the great YA book, The House On The Corner. Click here to go to his blog.)

Grumpy Bulldog: 432. (Grumpy's actually author Patrick Dilloway. He blogs here, and wrote the excellent book Where You Belong, available here.)

Rusty Webb: 283, BlogLinkger at The Blutonian Death Egg, author of the great novella A Dead God's Wrath.

Susan Roebuck, 100. Susan wrote the coming-of-age romance novel Perfect Score, and blogs at SusanRoebuck.com.

The Golden Eagle, 100 This anonymous (?) blogger writes at The Eagle's Aerial Perspective.

Matthew Macnish: 50. Matthew blogs at The Quintessentially Questionable Query Experiment and has a bunch of really good writing up at his blog page.

Cindy Borge, 25. Cindy wrote the sci-fi book Vallar, and blogs at Dreamer's Perch.

Sherri Lackey, 10. Sherri has written "The Armorian Empires Trilogy," which is "sci-fi with a splash of steampunk." She blogs at Sherri's Graphomania.

Maurice Mitchell: 10. Maurice blogs at The Geek Twins, and Film Sketchr (the concept art and storyboarding blog.)


Did you earn bonus points that you haven't been awarded? Here's a list of bonus points you could win:

1. You get 5 points for mentioning the Blogathon on your blog.Link
2. You get 50 points for referring someone: Here's how THAT works: you get someone else to enter the Blogathon. That person leaves a comment saying "[ your name here ] got me to enter this." Then THEY get 50 points, and YOU get 50 points -- and you can do this as often as you can find people to start taking part (and so can they!)

3. You get 100 points for entering the Biweekly Blogfest Star Wars Writing Challenge. The current challenge ends 3/25. Details here.

If you should have earned points but don't see them here, let me know in the comments.

1 comment:

Grumpy Bulldog, March Madman said...

Ooh, only 180 points behind. If only there were a daily double so I could bet it all on one question.