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Commenting Challenge

TWT SOLSC Prize Image 2015 - V2 copyCongratulations!  You have completed the first seven days of the March Slice of Life Challenge (SOLSC)!  Doesn’t it feel great to develop a daily writing habit?

As you know, our community thrives on comments.  We share our stories in the hopes we will connect with our readers.  In the spirit of that community, we offer the first mid-month challenge of the 8th Annual SOLSC.

Here is how it works:

  • This weekend (Saturday, 3/7 and Sunday 3/8 through 11:59 PM EDT), comment on as many blogs as you can.  Record the number of comments you leave.  (I usually tracked my comments with tally marks on a Post-It note.)
  • After you leave your last comment on Sunday evening, come back to this post and fill out the Google Form below.  The form must be completed before Monday, 3/9 at noon EDT.
  • The winner will be announced on Tuesday, 3/10.  In the event of a tie, I will choose the winner’s name out of a hat.

The person who leaves the most comments throughout Saturday and Sunday will win an AMAZING prize package of eleven books, donated by the good folks at Peachtree Publishers.

Hardcover books:

P. Zonka Lays an Egg by Julie Paschkis

Random Body Parts: Gross Anatomy Riddles in Verse by Leslie Bulion

Rodeo Red by Maripat Perkins

Spectacular Spots by Susan Stockdale

Stanley the Farmer by William Bee

Toad Weather by Sandra Markle

Paperback books:

About Hummingbirds: A Guide for Children by Cathryn Sill

Charlie Bumpers vs. the Really Nice Gnome by Bill Harley

If You See a Kitten by John Butler

Planting the Wild Garden by Kathryn O. Galbraith

Board Book:

Stripes of All Types/ Rayas de Todas Las Tallas by Susan Stockdale

Please take a moment to thank Peachtree Publishers by visiting their page and perusing their huge collection of books.

Good luck!

10 thoughts on “Commenting Challenge

  1. I’ve been commenting extra any time I can ~ from both VCVaile and Vanessa Vaile depending on platform, doing so otherwise is not a viable option. If they don’t all “count” toward something, then so be it. It’s more ad hoc than planned. Tallying and filling our the form would take away from commenting time.


    1. Thank you for taking the time to comment as much as you can. Our community wouldn’t survive without readers like you! Of course, you don’t have to tally and fill out the form. The prize is just for a little extra fun!

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  2. I’m having trouble leaving comments on many of the teacher and student blogs. When I am ready to post my comment, I get a drop down menu and my blog address (edublog) is not listed. Therefore my comment is not accepted. Is there anything that can be done to remedy this?


    1. I can look into it. Maybe we can put a message out to people to remove some security settings again. In the meantime, will another option from the menu work for you? (Gmail account, Anonymous, etc.)


      1. Not all of the drop down options list anonymous (which did work for me yesterday). This morning I tried to use the Google option and it worked. Hopefully it will work with others as well. I don’t know if this will affect my students who don’t have gmail accounts.


      2. I’ve seen this, too. One of the options is “LiveJournal” I have a LiveJournal account, and tried to use that, but it never would “go through”. It just kept refreshing to the same thing. The one thing that does work on those (It’s Blogger, I think) is if people enable “Name/URL” as an option.


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