Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Happy birthday, Elana Johnson, Blogger Extraordinaire and Very Special Friend!


It's your birthday, Elana Johnson!!! And I'm excited to be a part of the blogging world who is wishing you the very best birthday *ever*! 



If you don't know Elana, you simply must check out her blog which is chock full of advice and writerly help and experience and teaching. And she does it all with style and humor and wit - and bacon! 

Elana is one of the founders of Query Tracker, an online resource for querying literary agents as well as HOW to write those terrific query letters!

AND WriteOnCon - a free online, fantabulous writer's workshop every August!

She also has written a FREE E-book called From the Query to the Call, which I recommend to everyone! A **Must-Read** for any aspiring or experienced writers.  Get yours HERE.

And I am lucky and blessed to call her my friend. (I get to meet Elana every May at LDStorymakers workshop and dish about books and writing!) 

And it's YOUR (my blog readers!) lucky day, too! Guess what?!? 

Christine Fonseca, another online buddy and wonderful writer is giving away a set of ALL of Elana's YA novels to celebrate this wonderful day - plus a few other books and E-books and goodies! (Check out all of Christine's awesomely delicious YA novels, too! She is the brains behind the birthday logo and giveaway!)

Enter below! Easy Peasy! 



Have a blessed birthday, darling Elana! 
xo,
Kimberley

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4 comments:

Sara B. Larson said...

I love Elana, too! She's an amazing person and author. And you've been here at LDStorymakers and I haven't met you?? This year for sure! :-)

SA Larsenッ said...

Yes! I've already wished the big E a happy b-day a few times, today. So glad to see our cyber community spreading the cheer!

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Christina Dymock said...

Elana so rocks!!

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