I have a few things to get off my chest before I start writing about how much fun the Book Blog Tour (BBT) has been. Jump over this first paragraph if you don't care to read about my rants. But sometimes a girl just needs to vent.
1. Hooray to Christian Dior! They did not miss a heartbeat in firing one of their esteemed designers who made horrible, hateful anti-semitic statements. They didn't hem and haw and look at the bottom line. They just fired him. I wish they had something affordable that I could buy to show my support.
2. Who the heck cares about Charlie Sheen and why does the media think we do?
3. Kudos to the Wall Street Journal Magazine. I don't know how often they publish this little gem. On the last page of this current issue, David Netto writes about the wonderful Philadelphia Museum of Art. In this article he focuses on the Brancusi sculptures - the largest collection in our country. It truly is a wonderful museum.
4. Boo to the Supreme Court for allowing protesters at military funerals. These men and women that die for our country are heroes. They should be allowed to be buried in peace.
So now that I got that off my chest, today is the last stop of the BBT. This has been such a wonderful experience. The quilt blogging community is generous and caring. There were some bloggers on this tour who have a HUGE following. There were other bloggers that could use some exposure. I have made many virtual friends and I hope you learned a lot about Quilt Fiesta. It has been an all around WIN-WIN for everyone. And 12 people will end up with a free copy by the end of the tour.
To become eligible to win a signed copy of Quilt Fiesta, become a Follower (if you are not already) and leave a comment and your e-mail address. Make sure you let me know if you left a comment at any other blogs and if so, how many.
You do still have a chance to put your name in for a book at:
http://cyarnell.blogspot.com/, http://therootconnection.blogspot.com/ , and http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com/ .