Announcing the 2018 Reel Infatuation Blogathon!

You’re pardoned if you thought that this year’s Reel Infatuation Blogathon was a no-go. Never fear! The announcement is late, but our enthusiasm for #charactercrushes is as strong as ever!

It’s time, once again, to dust off ye olde pens/pencils/keyboards, and get to crackin’ explaining why you love the fictional character(s) you do!

 I’ll lead off this year’s confession fest by naming my pick for the blogathon. It’s none other than…

Artemus Gordon

Mr. Artemus Gordon!

(But, more on that later…)

Ruth’s choice remains a mystery, probably because she’s been working overtime designing this year’s blogathon banners. She has really gone several steps above and beyond. Check ’em out!

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Aren’t they just the best?

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Whether you’re new to the RI Blogathon, or need a refresher, here is a primer.

When you’re ready to sign up, just leave a comment on this post or over on Silver Screenings.

We can’t wait to see your choices!

Mary Pickford (1919)

(Mary says, “Don’t keep ’em in suspense for too long! Sign up today.”)

Check back here for any pertinent updates. Other than that, we’ll see you in June.

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