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Legend of the Seeker fans Celebrating Mother Confessor Day 2012

May 13, 2012

If you have not yet seen the notices around the Web and on Twitter and Facebook, fans of Legend of the Seeker are celebrating Mother Confessor Day today (May 13, 2012) from 12 Noon to 3 PM Pacific Time on Twitter.

You should also check out this Facebook Mother Confessor Day Event Page.

You can learn more about how the fans are putting this Tweetathon together in this LOTS.Org Forum Post or this Confessor and Seeker Society Forum Post.

If you cannot participate in the Tweetathon directly but have a little time to schedule some Tweets, you can use HootSuite or Tweetdeck to do so. Tweetdeck now allows you to schedule Tweets directly from the Web.

This year we’re asking that fans help promote non-profit organizations that benefit mothers and families while celebrating Mother Confessor Day. It’s okay to send @bridgetregan (Bridget Regan) or @daynastunts (Dayna Porter Chiplin) (Dayna was Bridget’s stunt double) a single congratulatory Tweet but our focus this year is on raising awareness of Legend of the Seeker fan campaigns and support for mothers’ organizations.

I apologize for waiting until the last minute to write this blog post. I thought I had done it already (long story, no time to share).

Remember to support the Save Our Seeker campaign and help persuade a network to pick up production on this great show. We have more hope than ever because online services are starting to pick up production on sophisticated genre shows.

Legend of the Seeker ran for two seasons in syndicated television markets around the world. The show was cancelled because the Tribune Company went into bankruptcy and elected to purchase less expensive programming, thus depriving LOTS of 1/3 of its American TV audience. Legend of the Seeker is based on Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series of novels.

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