Friday, September 9

Everybody Snoopy Dance!


Snoopy dancing. I see this on loops and blogs, I've actually posted it a time or two. I've even done it. Yeah, I love the Snoopy dance. It makes me laugh, makes me happy. I watch Charlie Brown specials just to see the Snoopy dance.

What makes me Snoopy dance? Whenever any of you have good news, I break into the Snoopy dance. Finished a story? Snoopy dance. Reach a word goal? Snoopy dance. Sell a story? Say it with me now,Snoopy dance.

Writing has given me several reasons to break out into a Snoopy dance whenever I want. I'd forgotten how much I loved doing it as a kid. I like how silly it looks. I love not caring how silly it looks. I don't want to be the mature adult all the time. Funny, that's not what I was saying when I was a kid, but I digress. Come on everybody, let your hair down, untuck your shirt, throw your head back and dance! Take a chance at looking ridiculous! I want everybody to send me any good news you have. Snoopy dancing is best when you have a reason to celebrate. Trust me, you'll feel great!

17 comments:

  1. I'm meeting my goal of sending out queries this week. I'm Snoopy dancing!!

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  2. My debut book, The Waiting Booth, was reviewed on an author's website and by a book reviewer this week. These are my first reviews other than the Amazon and Goodreads ones. They BOTH made me cry-- in a good way. I'm so HAPPY and SNOOPY DANCING.

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  3. Snoopy dance for you, Brinda! I don't care if my co-workers look at me funny.

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  4. Well, yes, a Snoopy dance is always fun and contagious! I have a new release on Kindle. You can read about it on my site - http://juliarachelbarrett.net
    Is that okay to share?
    Good luck with your queries!
    Hey Brinda - read it, loved it!

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  5. Brinda,
    That's awesome! Snoopy dancing for you!

    Em--good job on the queries--that's my next step.

    Julia--heading to your site to check it out

    As for me, I got a rejection, but such a nice rejection, I can't be upset about it. She said while my book had tremendous potential that she didn't fall in love with Bix in the first fifty pages.

    Not quite snoopy dancing, but not Lucy screaming either, so it's all good.

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  6. I have a new release!!! The Last Rising is out now, you can check it out everywhere. Thanks for hosting the Snoopy Dance. Woo-hoo! Congrats to everyone else. Brinda, so glad to see some awesome reviews. Woot! Julia, saw the new release!!! Yum!

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  7. Snoopy dancing all around. I feel my happy coming back. Yes, Julia, giving the name of our site is fine! Margie, at least you put it out there, Rachel, I saw your interview, your book sounds like a winner.

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  8. I won the FF&P category for Celtic RWA's Golden Claddagh contest. I did a major happy dance when I found out.

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  9. No news or anything, but your post made me happy, so I'll dance!

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  10. Good for you, Liz! It's good to dance just for the heck of it!

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  11. Leaving for Salem, MA in 5 days for vacation. Dance, dance, dance! :D

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  12. Have fun on your vacation! Don't forget to dance a lot!

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  13. Nothing really to dance for other than my friends are, so will do it gladly!

    Margie, damn.

    Still dancing for next time!

    Oh, wait! I do have somehting! I finished the Cord and Aspen love scene and I've been actually dreading it.

    Dancing....

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  14. No good news - yet! - and no snoopy dancing for me for probably another week - ankle still wonky! - but I'm with you...normally, any chance of snoopy dancing and I'm there. :)

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  15. See, D'Ann, you did have a reason. Kristi, hope the ankle is better soon!

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