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March 19, 2009

New Feature Alert: Soap Blog Coalition

Thanks to organizing efforts by the kind bloggers over at Daytime Confidential, we're happy to announce that we're part of a new weekly feature with a number of other sites.  Every Thursday, we'll be bringing you some highlights from our soap-blogging colleagues.  Many of them are actually somewhat unbiased about the shows, and do something akin to actual journalism, so this should be a fun change of pace for you poor souls who read only our little bitchy slice of the internets. And for the rest of you, who consume soap blogs like executives do undeserved bonuses, well, this is a bunch of links in one place -- less legwork!

Here's the first installment of the Soap Blog Coalition's weekly update.  Enjoy!

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Highlights from across the Soap Blog Coalition.

Daytime fans will love this recent, candid Q&A that Walt Willey (Jackson, AMC) did with his fans. Learn his thoughts about his character's past, present, and future, as well as his comedy, family, and much more. (AMC Superposter)

For the first time an actress isn't No. 1 on the Daytime Confidential Top 20. Find out who is. (Daytime Confidential)

Before he returns to Pine Valley, get a crash course on just who Scott Chandler is. (Pine Valley Bulletin)

The terrible show that is General Hospital is slowing draining the Serial Drama girls of the will to blog, so they're skipping recaps in favor of completely serious and not-at-all-rigged polls. (Serial Drama)

10 Ways You Know You Have GPPD (Guza-style Post Partum Depression) instead of PPD. (The Scrubs Hub)

The biggest dish I heard all week? Jonathan Jackson was again approached to revive the Lucky character. (Wubs.net)

Interview with longtime soap actress, Louise Shaffer, who transitioned to soap writer and is currently a novelist. Her book, "Serendipity", hits stores on March 24. (We Love Soaps)