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  1. Sarah Zama

    That sounds like such a good theme! Can’t wait to read ^_^
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I hope you like it.

  2. Juneta

    Great list. I love lists like this, I have a lot of those books myself and I copied the list to look the rest of the ones I don’t up. You also sold a copy your book Preparing to Write Settings That Feel Like Characters by J Lenni Dorner) by listing on a topic I have wanted to read more about too. LM Montgomery is one of my favorite writers and does the setting character the best of the best. I am also a Holly Lisle student love everything she teaches.

    Nice list and blogging challenge. I’ll be checking back to see what you have to say about them.
    Happy A-Z
    Juneta @ Writer’s Gambit
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks. And thanks for the sale!

  3. Andrea

    Wow, brilliant theme, I don’t think I’ve ever read 26 books about writing! 🙈 gonna learn a lot I guess!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Maybe you’ll be inspired to pick some up.

  4. Tasha

    I look forward to seeing all the tips 🙂 It’s going to be a year of learning,
    Tasha
    Tasha’s Thinkings | Wittegen Press | FB3X (AC)
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      Learning is always encouraged.

  5. Elizabeth Hein

    That’s an ambitious theme. I’m looking forward to reading your posts.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      It was fun writing it.

  6. Jamie Dorner

    Looks like a very educational month. I’m looking forward to it.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      As you should be, my minion. 😉

  7. Misha

    This is a great idea for A to Z. I usually wrote about writing or editing for A to Z, but this year I’m going in another direction. 🙂
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Always good to go a new way.

  8. Jemima Pett

    Wow! and all set out already – Good work 🙂 And I like the way we’ll be able to use it as a directory afterwards.
    Jemima Pett
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Even more so if I remember to hyperlink later… ha ha

  9. Sophie Duncan

    That’s planning! Nice idea 🙂

    See you in April,

    Sophie
    Wittegen Press | FB3X
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thank you

  10. Yolanda Renee

    Sounds like a plan and a great idea!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks.

  11. Ellen

    This is an ideal theme for me as I’m in the process of struggling to write my first book. Looking forward to all fo the tips and tricks!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Hope I can provide help with this blog!

  12. Nilanjana Bose

    Sounds like a massively useful and insightful, fun theme. Look forward to reading more.

    Best wishes.
    Nilanjana.
    Madly-in-Verse
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks!

  13. L. Diane Wolfe

    That is amazing you found books and authors to match every letter.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I even had back-ups just in case.

  14. Stephen T Tremp

    Great idea to incorporate social media and other authors. Good luck with A to Z!

    Stephen Tremp
    http://www.stephentremp.com
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks for the luck!

  15. Tamara Narayan

    Wow. That’s organized. Good for you. Even with the random picks, I bet it will be greatly informative.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I hope so!

  16. Stephanie Bird

    Wonderful! Count me in – daily!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Looking forward to it.

  17. Fran

    Loving the theme. Similar to mine but not the same so I’ll deffo be dropping in again! My theme: http://franclark.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/a-z-challenge-theme-reveal.html
    See you soon!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Cool cool.

  18. Piper Presley

    I already follow you on Twitter! I look forward to your writing tips!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Excellent!

  19. Sasha Knight

    I’m always looking for writing tips. This is great. I can’t wait!
    Sasha
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks. And thanks for clicking the share buttons!

  20. Alex J. Cavanaugh

    I’ll definitely be visiting with that theme!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I hope it lives up to your expectations!

  21. Betty

    Lots of interesting topics you’ll be blogging about through A/Z! Great theme!

    betty
    http://viewsfrombenches.blogspot.com/

    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thank you

  22. C.Lee McKenzie

    This will be a very helpful AtoZ Challenge! Thanks.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I hope so!

  23. Timothy Brannan

    I will certainly be back for more of this!

    Tim Brannan
    The Other Side: The A to Z of Adventure!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Cool!

  24. JEN

    Can’t get too many #writetips! Looking forward to April and this blog.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks. Looking forward to your comments.

  25. Jen

    This sounds like a great theme! I’m always interested in learning more about writing 🙂 Happy Challenge!
    ~Jen

    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Excellent. Hope you enjoy it.

  26. Random Musings

    I’m loving this theme and I really love the use of the dice to select the specific lesson you will be sharing. Look forward to seeing you throughout April!
    Debbie
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      There were actual dice involved. I considered taking pics, gifs, or video of them… but it seemed over the top.

  27. Jean Davis

    Sounds like a lot of informative posts. I’m looking forward them!

  28. Doree Weller

    Sounds like you have an interesting month planned for us.
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  29. jetgirl

    I look forward to reading these! A-to-Z-er Jetgirl visiting via Forty, c’est Fantastique
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  30. Michelle Wallace

    An amazing and educational theme! 🙂
    My theme is showcasing bloggers and their books…with loads of giveaways.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      That’s an AWESOME theme!

  31. Susan Hernandez

    Can’t wait – very much looking forward to reading
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I look forward to you reading it too!

  32. Ze

    I look forward to reading more! All the best 🙂

    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks.

  33. Chicky

    Wow! You’ve got everything planned already! Going to be really educational! Looking forward to it!

    – Chicky Kadambari @ http://www.mysteriouskaddu.com
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      I hope you like it.

  34. John Holton

    Very clever workaround for X! XD

    John Holton
    Blogging from A to Z Challenge Co-Host
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Yeah. Wonder where I got the idea. 😉

  35. Stephanie Gardiner

    I love your theme and am looking forward to the daily lessons! Should be a lot of fun. Cheers.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks so much.

  36. Arlee Bird

    This will be very helpful information. It’s good to have references like your series long after the 2016 Challenge has ended.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
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      It’s nice to leave something that lasts.

  37. Debbie D

    You had me at “James Bond”. I’m looking forward to learning more about fiction writing, a genre I have only dabbled in so far. Best wishes for a great challenge!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      LOL. Awesome

  38. dSavannah

    Great theme! I especially love how you’ve decided to implement your theme. Fun and informative!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I certainly hope it turns out that way!

  39. Parul Thakur

    Wow J! You have got a great theme and it will help me learn those tips. Glad you stopped by to encourage. see you around!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks so much.

  40. Yvonne V

    Sounds like a great month planned!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Indeed!

  41. T. A. Miles

    Sharing one’s passion is always a good theme. Good luck!

    The Immarcescible Word

    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      I agree.

  42. Amita Gulia Sehrawat

    Great Theme…
    We would have a big learning reading the chapters….

    And yes, we are sure gonna ave fun being part of Arlee Bird’s A to Z Ambassador Team.
    Cheers..:)
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      #TeamArlee rocks!

  43. elizabeth seckman

    I’ll have to book mark this. You have several listed I must know more about.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Excellent! Glad I could intrigue you.

  44. Stuart Lennon

    All tips gratefully received! I look forward to following along.
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Hope you’ll find many useful ones!

  45. Jessica Triana

    Sounds very interesting I look forward to reading more!

    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thank you.

  46. Emma

    What a great idea! Looking forward to reading your posts! 🙂
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  47. Pat Garcia

    From reading the books you recommended I can say that I will enjoy reading your posts. Some of the books I have already and can say they are very helpful.
    All the best in this year’s Challenge.
    Shalom,
    Patricia @ EverythingMustChange
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  48. Stephanie Leland

    I love this theme! What a fantastic idea. I can’t wait to read your posts.

  49. Kathleen Valentine

    Writing tips are always appreciated. Good theme and good information.

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  50. Vita Forest

    Great idea! Wow you have quite a library. I’m looking forward to checking out your blog. Thanks for following mine.

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