So what's on tap for today? Here at Jen's Book Thoughts Tom Schreck will take the reins in a guest post.
At Bermudaonion's Weblog, Kathy has a post about photography AND she'll be hosting Meredith Cole for a guest post.
At S.Krishna Books, we'll get a look at the Ski Diva, Stacey Curtis and the added bonus of a martini recipe!
Yesterday, if you missed it, Erin posted part 3 of her interview with Carter Ross at In Real Life, while Jenn let Julie Hyzy take the reins as the guest blogger at Jenn's Bookshelves.
Over at The Drowning Machine, Naomi has the answers to the first four questions in her Warwick's gift card contest, plus the final question of the week.
Booking Mama Julie has a history of wedding cakes to go along with her coverage of Mary Jane Clark's TO HAVE AND TO KILL.
At Read 'Em and Eat, Audrey has THE FAIRY TALE BAKERY: IT'S KISS OR KILL! Yikes - I think I'll take the kisses, thanks!!
And last but by no means least, SuziQOregon has a post on China Bayles career path to amateur sleuth on Whimpulsive.
Today's the final day to vote in the World's Favorite Amateur Sleuth tournament. I have to tell you, this year's tournament has really surprised me. We'll see how it all comes out in the end.
Also, today is the final day to submit your entries in the Positions Wanted contest. All the sleuths have been revealed now. Hopefully you can match each up with his/her ad.
If you're going to get in on Hank's "Hank or Charlie" contest, get your guesses in for that. And today's the final day to enter to win a copy of Bryan Gruley's THE HANGING TREE.
If you missed it yesterday, you can enter to win Carolyn Hart's DEAD BY MIDNIGHT at Beth Fish Reads.
And of course, for each comment you leave at a Moonlighting for Murder post, you earn an entry in the drawing for a book prize pack. Tomorrow I will be figuring out a number of winners and hope to post everything by the end of the day, Sunday at the latest. So be sure to check back on that.
Thanks so much for joining us this week in our celebration of amateur sleuths. I hope you've enjoyed the festivities. Happy Reading.