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Hamilton Steelhawks Home Opener is also a Movie Set!

This Saturday night, the Hamilton Steelhawks Hockey Club will return to the ice after a 27-year hiatus, playing against the Dundas Real McCoys.

If your love for hockey and the Steelhawks isn’t enough to bring you down to the game, how about being in a MOVIE?! 108 more words

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Halloween Photo Contest!

It’s that time of year! Break out the face paint, masks, capes, or whatever tickles your fancy….Halloween is coming! To celebrate one of our favorite holidays–probably because it’s the one day our employees can break dress code–Englewood Camera is having a fun, social-media inspired contest. 267 more words

Just For Fun

Back to School Contest (Win a free month!)

The new school year is upon us and even though we may not be students anymore, this time of year will always be about digging in, getting serious and strengthening our work habits. 271 more words

Taking Part in #PitMad

I took part in my first #PitMad yesterday and thought I’d talk a bit about it! For those who don’t know, #PitMad is a twitter contest which runs for 12 hours in which you tweet 140 character pitches for your novel in the hopes of attracting an agent or editor. 365 more words

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#Pitmad Coming Up on June 4th!

Although I have been around the internet since modems made that awful dialing noise while they connected – or rather, tried to connect – and I have been on Facebook and Livejournal and now WordPress since forever, I have had a hard time with Twitter. 273 more words

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BDBandeaux Mother's Day Giveaway 2015

Mother’s Day is right around the corner! What better way to celebrate the special woman in our life than with a gift that signifies pampering and relaxation? 230 more words

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Gilded Invites to Twitter Pitch Parties

There is no bigger trend today in publishing than that of twitter pitch parties. Authors, agents, and independent presses all join in on specific days. A twitter pitch contest is for writers with a completed manuscript to potentially gain the attention of an agent or publisher that’s interested in their novel. 328 more words