This year has been even better than last year!
It was my first year.
I didn’t pick a theme.
I visited very few blogs.
I successfully completed the challenge with random posts from A to Z.
I revealed my double theme on March 21st.
I became a part of the Joyful Brigade.
I had all my posts (mostly) written ahead of time.
I created tangent posts so readers could spend less time on my blog if they wanted to.
I created a master list of blog posts in order from A to Z.
I also created a master webpage with all the installments of THE GREAT ALPHABET DISASTER.
I discovered #azchats
I commented on several other blogs, and left my blog link on them.
I discovered J Lenni Dorner’s bonus challenges. (P.S. There's also another giveaway on his blog)
I’m cooking up a great theme.
It’s going to take a lot of interaction from my readers.
Get your opinions ready… I’m going to need ‘em!
Bonus A to Z Post
Because I just couldn't resist...
My honorable mention recommendation for A to Z challenge is a reflection of the alphabet (get it?):
This great book will make a 3rd or 4th grader giggle, but don’t expect a younger reader to love it. It’s all about those words that should start with a letter, but don’t. To give you an idea,
“s is not for psychology,”
“pterodactyl doesn’t start with t,”
“y is for you, but not using”.
And that's it!
Tell me, how did your A to Z go? Leave me your link in the comments and I'll visit you to find out!
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