Best Australian Blogs 2013 No 15: Summing up

The final inspection of Sprite’s Site entry in the Australian Writers’ Centre Best Australian Blogs 2013 competition  seemed to be going well.
P’est Pour Parfait, the Perfectionist Poodle, was satisfied with the series of three posts about storytelling on the blog.

Intellectual Dabrowski had tried to insist on a bibliography of references for the main themes of the blog. But there had been a chorus of “Shut up, Intellectual!”

And arrangements were in place for a Twitter icon with a link to to be placed on the sidebar of the blog. It will be added soon.

However I noticed that a dispute was breaking out between the Origami Secretary Bird and the Pair O’ Noids about placing a Facebook link icon there.
“P’est Pour Parfait said it must be included” said the Origami Secretary Bird.
“Jo’s Facebook page is only for her family and friends” squeaked the Pair O’Noids.


Before a full scale tug of war could begin Imaginational Dabrowski proposed a very sensible compromise.
“Sprite’s Site should have a Facebook Page and the icon link could go to that page” he said.


And that is what happened. Sprite’s Site now has a Facebook page at

We would like it very much if the Sprite’s Site readers would visit and Like the page!

Vote for Sprite’s Site (and as many other great Australian blogs as you like) by clicking on the Vote for Me button in the sidebar of the blog. But you can only vote once: so be sure to make the vote count. Sprite’s Site is on Page 4 O-S.
If you have entered Sprite’s Site by following a link to a specific post you will need to click on the Sprite’s Site header to see the sidebar.

2 thoughts on “Best Australian Blogs 2013 No 15: Summing up

  1. Visited and liked, Jo!

    Yes, I caved in finally and got a Facebook page for the book too. Yet another piece of social media to worry about! LOL

    I have to say though, I think it is worth it – I’ve used the Facebook “promote” a few times and it does seem to spread the word.

    Best of luck in the final countdown to Tuesday!

    • Thank you, Robyn! And best of luck to you too! I think one of the best aspects of the Best Australian blogs competition is being introduced to many other blogs and building friendships with authors. And I have had a lot of fun participating in the competition each year.

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