It’s the weekend, so the moonshine grid is open

This week’s moonshine grid comes to you all the way from Sin City. That’s right folks, your dear editor is typing this in the way-too posh lobby of a swanky Las Vegas hotel as we speak. I tagged along on my husband’s business trip, mostly to stock up on the hotel shampoos and lotions, but also to sit by the pool for a change of scenery and to use the free gym. Don’t worry, I’ll play a slot machine in your honor. If I win an insane amount of money, I might move in here; this hotel is so hip, I feel hip by association.

Wait, I see Tom Jones standing at the bar. Well, he looks a lot like Tom Jones. Should I go ask for his autograph? I’ll be right back.

Where real moonshine gets made

Where was I? Oh yes, the moonshine. This place is kind of like Vegas in that there are no rules. You can add a post with a haiku, a soliloquy or a series of hyperboles. A post from two years ago is okay, too. There aren’t any formatting restrictions, word count stipulations or prompts. Just link up whatcha got. There is a catch, though: no commercial or sponsored posts. Unlike The Golden Nugget, everyone here has motives which are pure. 

Win something cool!

Rewriting has more rewards than just the intrinsic ones. If your challenge grid submission was returned with a love letter, then you could win a mug featuring ML Philpott from I Miss You When I Blink‘s random penguinsIf you incorporate Obed’s suggested revisions, resubmit your post here at the moonshine grid, and you will have a chance to win one of these adorable mugs. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this chance – these mugs are coveted items amongst the yeah write editors.

Shipping available only to winner with US or Canada mailing address.

This is the badge you are looking for.

Over in the right sidebar is a list of yeah write badges containing the codes you need to satisfy the backlink requirement (also called a permalink) of the Inlinkz app. The badge for the moonshine looks like this:

moonshine

Under the badge is a few lines of code. Copy that exactly then paste it into the “text” or HTML view of your post editor. If you don’t copy it exactly, you will get an error message from the Inlinkz app. If you get confused or your browser is uncooperative, visit the Inlinkz step-by-step instructions here. If all else fails, contact Inlinkz customer support.