2014 A to Z Challenge: Reflection

2014 Blogging from A to Z: reflection

My fourth A-Z blogging challenge. How did it go?

  • I completed the challenge.
  • I learned things about the lives of authors.
  • I introduced readers to new authors, most of them fairly new to me, as I met them through Crooked Cat Publishing, who are going to publish my novel next month.
  • I read and enjoyed posts by other A-Z bloggers.

But, as always, I was constricted by time. Other activities got in the way.

  • I didn’t write all the posts in advance.
  • I didn’t read enough posts by other bloggers.
  • I didn’t comment enough.

Then, like last year, I went away towards the end of the month. I had a wonderful time, but it wasn’t so good for my A-Z Challenge experience. Maybe next year I’ll do better. And maybe not. I have my priorities. I wouldn’t turn down an opportunity to go away for the sake of blogging, important as it is.

More about Norway next time, I hope.

By Miriam Drori

Author, editor, attempter of this thing called life. Social anxiety warrior. Cultivating a Fuji, edition 3, a poignant, humorous and uplifting tale, published with Ocelot Press, January 2023.

12 replies on “2014 A to Z Challenge: Reflection”

You did an amazing job when you went away as well! I wouldn’t even contemplate trying to do an A-Z

Thanks for coming by my blog Miriam! My husband says the only cruise he wants to do is one just like this. No sunny beaches. He prefers snow and mountains. This year I didn’t get to all the blogs I wanted to either, so have vowed to write all my posts early next year! Good luck!

Congratulations on completing the challenge.

Like you, I struggled to visit as many blogs as I would’ve liked. there are so many on the list that it’s really easy to get overwhelmed by them all. Now I’m getting caught up by reading all the Reflections and then I’ll visit the blogs on the Road Trip. πŸ™‚

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