April’s A-Z Blogging Challenge 2012

Because:

I have decided to have another go this year. So far 372 of us have signed up to join in with writing posts related to a particular letter of the alphabet during 26 days of April. I’ve copied the schedule below from the challenge blog for my own easy reference.

Now last year I went eclectic, writing on lots of different topics but this year I am going to go with the theme of my WIP (Work in Progress) – not looking forward to some of the letters! I’m hoping that this will motivate me to work on it more. I suspect that I will schedule many of the posts.

As a preview below are links to four posts I’ve already written about ‘Training Time’ – I hope they whet your appetite.

What I, Jane Thomas, resolves to do this year

New Year’s Resolutions – Gabrielle Sanders

T is for… Time Travel

P is for… Pegasus

If you are foolhardy and hope to join in click on the picture below that will take you to the challenge blog to sign up to the blog hop linky (sorry I can’t post it here – WordPress.com refuses to allow javascript).

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Posted on January 31, 2012, in #am writing (and all things writing related), April A-Z Challenge, Bucket List and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Hi Kristy – Thanks for featuring the A to Z Challenge in your post – we appreciate the extra exposure.

    Using your WIP as the motivation for your Challenge posts is a great idea! I know you’ll have a great time!

    Jenny @ Pearson Report
    Co-Host of the Blogging from A to Z Challenge.

  1. Pingback: The Alphabet Starts Tomorrow « kirstyes

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