Well, horror lovers,
We’ve reached another end to our nightmares. Will they be back again? We’ll just have to wait and see. We’ve had some hurdles but it’s all been worth it.
Enjoy this short video message as a token of my appreciation.
First and foremost we would like to thank our very supportive family members that helped make some of this possible. To our friends, thank you for rooting for this event even when our hearts weren’t in it at certain points this year.
To the horror lovers:
None of this would be possible without you!! You clammered for this event’s return until we gave in.
To our Twitter Family and #TWDFamily members – we appreciate your overwhelming kindness & interaction with us. You’ve helped drive some horror fans our way and we are forever grateful to all of you for that!!
To our guests Michael Patrick and Bill Friday – We thank you for your courage to share and your wonderful contributions to the event this year.
To our mentors, your advice has been priceless at times when we desperately needed it.
& Last but most certainly not least, thank all of you reading that have shared these on social media, cheered us on, and just generally made this event more fun for us to host.
We love all of you.
Snapping Turtle Arts
This has been Day 31
~In Loving Memory of~
Wes Craven, Grayson Queen, John Bernecker, George Romero, and Tobe Hooper.
-And all the rest that helped pave the way.
Welcome to my 100th post party! Today is my 100th article published here on WordPress. I’d like to dedicate this milestone to you, the readers. Without you, I wouldn’t have a reason to share my thoughts, writing, and art with the world. You make this possible every day. With each link you click, with each post you “Like” or comment on, you make me smile. So pull up a chair, sit back, and enjoy the virtual party.
I’d like to thank PeaceGarret for choosing my children’s story, Little Blue Feather as a winner for the Bloggers for Peace Monthly Peace Challenge: Giveaway as a winner. His words of kindness and thoughtful gesture, along with a shiny copy of his lovely book, A Map and a Mule have touched and inspired me. It’s writers like him that remind me why I love writing in the first place. You can all expect a warm review of the above mentioned book in my next post.
Some other lovely people worth mentioning are: Sofia Siberia, Maddie Cochere, Kozo, Dianne Gray, Anka, and Rohan over at Rohan 7things. You have all become friends of mine and I appreciate your active participation in many of my discussions. All of you are avid readers and I treasure your visits here.
Last, but most certainly not least, I’d like the thank everyone else. The silent readers, the visitors outside of the WordPress community, the e-mail followers, people that find me because of a random search and decide to stay anyway, you all mean just as much to me. Your suggestions via e-mail, your purchases of my artwork, all of this keeps me going. These actions speak louder than words at times. It all makes me strive to do more. You make me strive for absolute greatness, and I’ll gladly take you along for the ride.