I hope I was able to inspire you to try your hand at writing settings that feel like characters.
To fiction readers-
I hope you enjoyed the behind the scenes look at how some settings are created.
To everyone else–
I hope you got a laugh out of the shareable memes.
Volunteering to be an ambassador was a fantastic experience. I never fully grasped before the number of people who sign up but do not take part, quit before the middle, or have bad urls. Judging by my own visits, I’d wager a guess that about 250 blogs were removed from the original list. Consider the work that goes in to keeping this challenge running. Thank the co-hosts.
I’m grateful for this challenge. It means so much to me to be able to meet so many bloggers, and to be able to connect with them. The hop is about more than just planning posts alphabetically. Blogging from A to Z is about reaching out and connecting with people.
A quick note for at least 80 challenge-members: If your Goodreads, Twitter, Facebook, etc widget leads to the main site INSTEAD OF TO YOUR PAGE THERE it’s doing you no good! If you don’t know how to adjust the html, ask someone who does. (Maybe a tech-teacher out there could write a post or do a video on the A to Z blog to teach people?)
Bet on me volunteering again, Arlee.
Consider me packed for the road trip.
Drop-out list —
I think there should be one for people who start but don’t finish.
Enjoy the reflection posts.
Follow me social media, if you’d be so kind. (Links at top of page as well.)
Great news! My giveaway is open until May 21, 2015 12am EST. There are special entries for A to Z participants.
Hey, if you like giveaways, check out the May 4th post on this blog.
I love to read. That’s why I signed up for the next round of bout of books.
Kick start your summer by voting for your favorite stories (under 500 words each).
Maybe the winner will become the next breakout author.
Notorious the world over for writing fantastic books.
Only the votes of readers like you can offer such an opportunity.
Perhaps one day you can brag about your hand in elevating an author to fame.
Remember to vote in as many rounds as you can.
Set a reminder in your calendar. Google calendar users can do this with a click!
Tell a friend, or two or three.
Utter about it in bookstores and libraries.
Vacation from your “normal” reading genre with this variety of writing.
X-rated and Adult Content blogs should be labeled to protect children and those sensitive to such topics and visuals. I feel it shouldn’t be a category code though. Adult humor, adult book reviews, and adult art (etc) seem too wide to fit just in AC. I’d like to see AC as a “heads up” content label, and the category included as well. (BlogName AC BO – for example.)
Yippie! I am thankful for the 188 comments my blog received in April.
Zig-zag your mouse pointer down to the “share this” icon and give a click, for which I’ll be grateful.
April Blog Views ♥
By the way, as part of a reading challenge
I’m looking for the following books:
A book written by someone under age 30.Thanks, Sabina!
- A book with bad reviews.
- A book by an author with the initials J. D. or J. L. D. (*Not J.D. Salinger.)
Suggestions are needed! Thank you.