Drop and Hop for New Followers, If You Dare…

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Want new followers? The party starts right now. It will be fast and fun. Speed is good especially when zombies may lurk and your name is whispered by the wind. OooOOoooOOOoooo…..

DROP a link to your blog in the comments, including a pitch, describing what you write about.

haunted drop and hop

HOP to other blogs and check them out. Like what you see? Subscribe. Want them to know you came from the Drop and Hop Party? Tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they should click back to your haunt.

Blast this link on Twitter and Facebook or whatever flavor social media you prefer. The more that participate, the more followers you will gain.

The witch’s brew is bubbling and the finger sandwiches are fresh. The barista can make anything you like. The bar is always open.

The party will last as long as the ever living dead, so stop by anytime. 

Enjoy!

Please consider following my blog too, or else…. *insert cackle here*

 

72 thoughts on “Drop and Hop for New Followers, If You Dare…

    • I love your honest approach to the life you have chosen. Your essay is amazing. I can see where like anything, it’s a balance. Most of all what you are doing is amazing!
      Thanks for stopping by! You’ll have to check back throughout the weekend to meet the guests. My parties always become ragers!

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      • Thanks Susie, same joys and pains different hemisphere over here, thanks for reading. I will absolutely be back, thanks for hosting. Was really shocked to read your post about alcohol and boobies last week, had never heard that before, yikes! Glad you are doing well.

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    • I absolutely love your idea to post snippets on a Facebook page. Brilliant! I love your descriptive fairy worlds too.

      Thanks for stopping by! The guests are rolling in and will be all weekend. Stop back and click on a few. Tell them “Susie sent me” and they should click back to your digs. 🙂

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  1. “What Rhymes with Stanza? ~ Words at Rest, Words at Play” is where I share my love of writing, poetry and photography, usually with humor but making occasional forays into seriousness. You might say it’s an eclectic compilation of wordery and photogery. (Or you might not say that, since wordery and photogery aren’t real words.)

    http://whatrhymeswithstanza.com/

    Thanks, Susie, for hosting the Hop & Drop. Gotta run now, but I’ll be back to hop ’til I drop.

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  2. Thanks, Susie! I’m a retired old guy who lives in the Sierra mountains in California. I write about whatever strikes me, from the absurdity of politics to ethical and moral dilemmas that strike me. The perspective is from someone who has had their share of bumps and bruises along life’s way, and has come out the other side, a bit humbled, and a bit more confident. The best to you and your readers.
    http://www.mountainperspective.wordpress.com

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    • Barneysday is a great place to go to get a fresh look on what’s happening. He shoots from the hip, but he won’t put your eye out. Promise.
      Thanks for stopping by, Barney! The party is starting to roll. Have fun hopping and mingling with the guests! Maybe a few will follow you home…

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  3. Hi Susie. You are kind to invite us to this page. Here is the welcome widget from my blog. Enter within, all ye who dare. https://thecvillean.wordpress.com/

    “Thanks for checking my blog. If you came here expecting anything of intellectual value, you have made a serious miscalculation. However, if you are into a potpourri of subjects, injected with a large dose of humor, you have come to the right place. Enjoy this smorgasbord of thoughts from the unpredictable mind of Big Al.”

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    • Congrats on your one year milestone and 100 followers!
      I love your blog and how you share your world. I would love to visit Ghandi’s home. I believe there are places that make us so uncomfortable, we have to leave while others envelop us with peace and harmony.
      Thanks for coming to the party! Guests will continue to arrive all weekend, so drop by anytime to hop to their blogs! Tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they should stop by your place!

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  4. Hey Susie, thanks for letting us hop onto your wild ride!!! 🙂
    My name is Donna, I blog over at
    http://yadadarcyyada.com/
    about everything from books to food to blogging, politics, Fibromyalgia, movies, TV, Autism and little bits of life, the universe and everything with a lot of humour. Drop by, stay a spell, you might never want to leave. 😉

    Now I’m off to hop to visit some of these other bloggers (some I already know, some I want to know) and of course, share (cause sharing is good). 🙂
    Hope this day is treating everyone kindly. 🙂

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    • You will love Donna’s blog. She tackles most subjects with her tongue placed firmly in her cheek and she is an amazing Twitter promoter and is all about community.
      Thanks for stopping by! I hope you brought your dancing shoes! There are a lot of new faces in crowd.

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    • You will love traveling with Ingrid. She will virtually take you to all kinds of amazing places while including fantastic photos and descriptive writing.
      Woohoo! Did you hear that? The DJ is playing the Monster Mash…
      Have fun clicking on links and don’t forget to dance!

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  5. Hi and thanks Susie. This is only my second time partying with you. I finally have a little time to do so. 🙂

    My blog is a gathering of stories about my life, my journey as a writer and just about anything else that strikes my fancy. Come join me and
    I do hope you enjoy the visit! I know I will. Oh, I do have some spooky stories (true ones too!) They seem to be quite popular this month. 😉
    http://tobreatheistowrite.com

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  6. Hi Susie! Thanks so much for offering to post out blog links. I’m still getting that hang of it! Yours is great inspiration. I’ve just added some really great blogs I might not have otherwise found! My blog is about my suburban homesteading adventures, learning all the ways to make things or grow things myself for the time my family makes the big move onto a rural homestead of our own. My blog: http://www.jennyfromthegarden.com/ Thanks again!

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  7. Excited to party with all of you! I just poured a big cup of Peet’s jasmine green tea and I’m looking forward to some new discoveries!

    I blog at http://www.audreykalman.com about writing, art, culture, technology, and the meaning of life–not necessarily in that order. Some of my recent posts have been quite philosophical and perhaps a little dark, but I’m getting back to more lighthearted offerings (such as http://audreykalman.com/2015/09/08/ashley-madison-robert-heinlein-and-me/). And I’ve got a post about social media in the works.

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    • Everyone will love your fun and relatable way of looking at life, Cassandra!
      I’m so glad you came! I was out a lot yesterday, but there are a lot of new faces and wonderful blogs to check out!
      BTW, I fixed your link. Not sure why it didn’t like caps…

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  8. Susie, loved the red dripping lettering as an example. It just adds to the creepy Halloween effect. Okay, now for the drop, https://inmyclutteredattic.wordpress.com/2015/10/03/itz-oktoberfest-wiz-zah-k/ and the pitch, “The happiest most impossible to find blog on the entire internet” Kind of like; if WordPress had a wild ride, but wild and wacky with a touch of farcical zaniness—alright more than a touch. Time to hop. 😀

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  9. I love the spooky Halloween Drop and Hop!! Thank you Susie for setting up another one! 🙂
    aidyl93 is where I write whatever comes to mind! I write about what’s going on in my life in the Midwest USA, sometimes fictional writings, my experiences with depression and anxiety, movie reviews, I even did a poem recently! My blog’s full of odds and ends, I hope you come check it out and enjoy! https://aidyl93.wordpress.com/

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  10. How generous of you to invite us, lovely lady!

    I blog at http://www.alphawhiskeyfoxtrot.com, where I’m in it for the beauty — always…

    I’m more than a decade recovered from an eating disorder, and I’ve learned that seeing magic in my body, my soul and the world around me is an intentional choice.

    I snap photographs of myself … & find it to be one of the most powerful (& terrifying) things I’ve ever done. I scuff through the woods in a quest for everyday wonder… snap dreamy black-&-whites of water and leaves, skin and sky, the sun caught in the fringe of my own eyelashes. Sometimes I scribble poetry and prose and snatches of language too small to have a name … & then I share them with you.

    If you’re a seeker of everyday magic, I’d love to have you. ❤

    http://wp.me/P5efeV-j1

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  11. Thank you, Susie. Once again I’m a day late and a pumpkin spice donut short. I will be back later to read as many of the great blogs listed as I can. My blog is at http://www.mainelyhopeful.com and I started out blogging about breast cancer…and moved on to some pretty intense life changes that put the cancer in perspective. Now I mostly blog about everyday things that annoy the shit out of me.

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  12. If you aren’t put to sleep or into a coma by U.S. and Geo-political events, check out my blog at https://jkbrent.wordpress.com/

    There, I write about foreign affairs, political & military as well as the U.S. political landscape without the filters of ‘cable news’ or ‘Beltway’ narratives. And, from the view of someone who spent 25 years in the Defense/Intel environment as both Active Duty Navy and as a contractor, and a lot of time among the ‘special people’ running our government who all think they know more than you do.

    I sometimes reblog related posts, especially from my ‘resident spy’ in Turkey who keeps his followers up to date on Russian naval movements through the Turkish Straits. We knew Putin was going in to Syria, before the White House did. 😉

    I also occasionally reblog totally unrelated posts when they are exceptionally good or interesting, on a kaleidoscope of subjects. If they’re good, they must be shared.

    Many thanks to Susie for allowing us this crass plug for our sites. 😉 And, of course don’t forget to sign up Susie’s Wild Ride!

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  13. Susie – you are a gas and awesome that you do this for your fellow bloggers. I’m a bit fashionably late to the party. Damn work travel gets in the way of fun! Hope it’s not too late, and I’ll check out some blogs here.

    Hi all! My name is Phil and I’m just a regular guy that blogs about my NYC life. Lots of food, events, drinks, ranting and raving, and my own oddball twist on my pet peeves and daily observations of living in the big city. I try to be a bit humorous and keep it real too.

    The Regular Guy NYC – Just a regular guy’s view of life, food, cocktails, fitness, and fun!

    http://blog.theregularguynyc.com/

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