The weather has definitely taken a turn for the better in The Lou.  Record high of 104 on Tuesday of last week, and a high today of 75.  Nice!!!  So on this Labor Day post, I thought I would make a few blog love shout outs.

The first is very appropriate given the title of her post and mine.  Labor of Love Day, Because It’s Something That We Do « Author Piper Bayard  She does a great job of explaining some of the finer points of love, along with Holmes of course.

If you’ve ever wondered about screenplays, then check out Win Shields guest post on Donna Newton’s blog – Writing For Television « Donna Newton’s Blog

Jill Kemerer: Preparing For Success Part 3: Standing Out  – It is what it says.  Jill offers great advice on how to stand out from the crowd.

How crazy are you?  Tell us about it at Angela Orlowski-Peart: Was That The Craziest Thing You’ve Ever Done or Learned?

Clay Morgan compares spammers to zombies.  If I’m a zombie I’m pissed.  Attack of the Spam « EduClaytion

Check out what college girls gone wild were doing in the 19th century.  Pretty bawdy stuff. K.B. Owen, mystery writer » Blog Archive » A glimpse into 19thc life: the Seven Sisters

ROWbro Gene Lempp discusses blog award pros/cons on his ROW80 and Awards « Gene Lempp’s Blog

Bob Mayer talks about how Fear is the downfall of publishing | Bob Mayer’s Blog

Dr. Twuth, aka Kristen Lamb, talks about writers and ferrets.  Similar to the zombies above, the ferrets may be getting the raw end of the comparison. Dr. Twuth–Are Writers Related to Ferrets? ADD and Social Media « Kristen Lamb’s Blog

Jami Gold asks the intriguing question, Are All Distractions Bad? | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author

Carrie Spencer shows some amazing works of art in her blog Beautiful, Strokable, Meltable Blown Glass | | Carrie Spencer Author – Romance with a Mule KickCarrie Spencer Author – Romance with a Mule Kick

Kate Wood has another great post in, Tell Me A Story… « Kate Wood’s Blog

Sorry, but if I’m going to enjoy my Labor Day, I’m going to have to stop there.  Enjoy the last holiday of summer, and here’s a glass of sweet tea to toast the coming fall. ~clink~