You might have noticed I went a bit crazy during April, posting weird stories in which each sentence began with the chosen letter of the day. This was my choice of a theme for the 2016 A to Z Challenge.
If you missed any of my stories, here are the links:
This was my 6th A to Z Challenge. The previous ones were:
- 2011 – Writing and social anxiety-related posts
- 2012 – Places in Jerusalem
- 2013 – Memoir writing
- 2014 – Posts linking authors
- 2015 – Writing historical fiction
How did it go this year?
Very well, I think. I thoroughly enjoyed the month. Fortunately I had all my A to Z stories ready in advance. I’d even chosen a picture to accompany each one.
Even so, I couldn’t spend all my time blogging, and so I wasn’t able to visit as many blogs as I’d have liked. These are the ones I visited:
- I Just Have to Say…: Food
- Sue’s Trifles: Lines from a rhyme
- Sue’s Words and Pictures: Plants
- Keith’s Ramblings: Unusual words in stories
- Djinnia and the English Language: Ghosts, spirits, monsters, and (urban) legends from around the world
- Suzanne’s Tribe: Journey of a broken foot
- Frankly Scarlett: A joint effort
- Stepheny Forgue Houghtlin: A tour of US hotels & inns
- Writing Wings: A story using some really complicated self-made rules
- Scribbling in the Storage Room: The making of the novel: Escape Plan by Elizabeth Hein
- Trisha Faye: How to survive retail life with a smile
- A Joyful Chaos: Random, including Amish-related
- Helen Hollick: Interviews of leading characters from historical novels
- My Magick Theatre: People, places, and things from her alternative history, And Aleksey Lived
- My Writing Journal: Writing-related things
Thank you to everyone who visited, liked and commented on my posts. If I were giving a prize, it would go to Cathy Thomas-Bryant, who gave me so much support and praise.
A special thank you to the organisers of the challenge. They worked hard to make it possible. Here they are.