It’s Gonna Be A Bloody One, Folks! (Murder Scene Blogfest Is Here!)

We’ve had some great blogfests here in the blogosphere, haven’t we? There was the Kissing Scene Blogfest, closely followed by the No-Kiss Blogfest. Then we had the Love at First Sight Blogfest, and now *snort* some people participated in a blogfest that was, if I’m not mistaken, a PG Love Scene Blogfest. Which, to be honest, I’m not even sure what that is.

In the course of speaking with several people on Twitter, I have decided to host a Murder Scene Blogfest! Exciting, right? And yeah, okay, a little morbid. And we might all need to go to therapy after reading so many murder scenes on everyone’s blogs. But SO FUN!

Here’s how to participate. Add your name to the list over on the right. Then, on Saturday, April 10, post your murder scene on your blog. It can be a murder scene from a manuscript you’ve already finished, or one you’ve got in progress, or you can write a brand new one. It’s up to you! So get out your ski masks and blunt objects, put your name on that list over there, and get ready for a day of killer fun (hehe) on April 10!

59 thoughts on “It’s Gonna Be A Bloody One, Folks! (Murder Scene Blogfest Is Here!)

  1. […] what, folks? The Murder Scene Blogfest is only FIVE DAYS AWAY! Exciting, right? But, as I’ve lurked around Twitter and your blogs […]

  2. Simon L. says:

    I’m cheating. I don’t care. I wrote a murder scene, and it’s in a bar. I’m killing two blogfests with one story. Deal.


  3. Amalia T. says:

    I have a murder scene in a bar too, but it’s too spoiler heavy, so I wrote something ALL NEW, against the non-writing injunction even!

    Shame on me! HOORAY BLOGFESTS!

  4. Iapetus999 says:

    Is there a Twitter hashtag for this?
    May I suggest #murderfest?

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