Your Contributions Needed!

It’s time for another CHD Blog Carnival! For those of you who may not know what a blog carnival is, it is like a magazine: different articles are provided by various writers, but all of them focus on the same idea or subject. The name come from the very first collection of like minded blogger links: it was hosted by a blog named “Carnival of the Vanities.”

If you are a CHD blogger, all you need to do is write a post on the chosen subject, and forward the link to me. I’ll put all the links together and present them as our work, and every writer will get credit and his/her blog mentioned. If you need an example of a blog carnival, click HERE for the carnival based on the patient’s experiences,  Patients for a Moment; click HERE for Grand Rounds, which is the best known medical blog carnival; or click HERE for the Nurse’s edition, Change of Shift.

Please note there has been a subject change: The subject of this edition of the CHD Blog Carnival is “How a heart defect affects my life”, so please make your contribution on that subject. When you are ready to submit, send the following information to me:

Your name

Your blog name

The URL of the post you are submitting

The title of the post you are submitting

Type CHD Carnival Submission in the heading line and that’s it!

Send it to Wildca   t3@gm (spaced strangely to make the spammers scream; remove all spaces for the correct address)

The deadline is November 25, 2009, and the carnival will be published on November 30.


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2 Responses to “Your Contributions Needed!”

  1. Tweets that mention Your Contributions Needed! « Adventures of a Funky Heart! -- Says:

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  2. Who wants to be normal, anyway? « Musings of a Librarian Says:

    […] how having a heart defect affects my life, the post I was supposed to have written last November for Steve’s blog carnival! Whoops. The point is that one of the main effects my heart defect has had on me is its effect on […]

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