Along the way, here’s what I learned:
Blogging consistently is hard work. Time and effort go into each post and on many days there seemed to be a shortage of time.
A theme might have helped me. Perhaps I’ll try that next year. Yes, I did say next year. I will so do this again.
There are a lot of clever and talented bloggers out there. The community aspect of the challenge overwhelmed me. A special thanks to everyone who stopped by and offered encouragement along the way.
I didn’t have a favorite type of blog to visit. I liked the diversity of jewelry, flash fiction, notable women, movies, books, random thoughts, and everything else under the sun. It was awesome to see the different thought patterns, interests, and talents.
Now that the challenge is over, I intend to continue blogging on a regular basis (am shooting for 5 days with two days off :)) and I intend to wander around and find other blogs to read and perhaps follow.
A special shout out to the hosts of the A to Z challenge! They spent so much time and energy helping create an environment where would could all learn, gather, and grow. Please visit their blogs.
Arlee Bird: Tossing it Out
Alex J. Cavanaugh: Alex J. Cavanaugh
Stephen Tremp: Author Stephen Tremp
Tina Downey: Life is Good
Damyanti Biswas: Amlokiblogs
Jeremy Hawkins: [Being Retro]
Nicole Ayers: The Madlab Post
M. J. Joachim: M. J. Joachim’s Writing Tips
Heather M. Gardner: The Waiting is the Hardest Part
AJ Lauer: Naturally Sweet
Pam Margolis: An Unconventional Librarian –
If you’re an A to Z participant, will you do it again?