Yes, I’ve been experiencing a lot of problems. Not just me and life (when am I not? :X) – but with the damn site. Scheduled posts don’t … post. It’s annoying as hell. I thought I found a WP plugin to fix it, but then there was a note that it includes a lot of spyware, so … pass. At least it’s not just me – a number of people have had such problems, but I haven’t been able to devote a lot of time and attention to a fix. My apologies.
I’m looking into coding to fix it, but am scared. So, my apologies, but posts will be happening at odd times and possibly days, and please just bear with me. Let’s all cross our fingers WordPress updates soon and fixes this damn glitch.
P.S. – I also hate whatever change it was that made the emoticons look funky, instead of how they used to be. Remember the cuter ones? :\
So I got this email from Sue Grimshaw of Random House. I’m not huge on blog hops, but I thought “well what the heck – I like St. Patrick’s Day well enough, and green and… stuffs…” So I signed up at the last minute. I’ve never done one with Random House before/like this – so… who knows. I might be doing it wrong. As far as I can tell there’s no schedule. So go with this rafflecopter thing, and Random House will choose three people to win $20 giftcards to Barnes and Noble. Whoo.
My blog is also NOTORIOUS for stripping code, so we’ll hope it works. – “Update” – I spent about half an hour on this and nothing. Rafflecopter’s thing mocked me. And WordPress is a dumb b*tch. So whatever. Just go here and scroll down a bit and you can enter the giveaway. Some of the other blogs may or may not be doing additional giveaways.
No worries though – we’ve got a lot of giveaways coming up here. In fact on Tuesday, Joey W. Hill is guesting, and on Thursday, Vivian Arend!
Oh – and honest disclosure, you know how I always use randomizer.org to pick winners? Well when I used it to pick Tiffany Clare’s winner, it chose Ali three times. I figured we should at least have different people the same week, so there you go.