In honor of young adults everywhere (including those adults who are young at heart), Z is for ZOMG!
My first A to Z Challenge has come to an end, with the last day of April and the last letter of the alphabet.
Overall I'm glad I participated. I hope this exercise will help me blog more frequently--if I can blog every day, surely I can blog twice a week. My pub sister Nicki Elson is the one who encouraged me to give the Challenge a try, and it's great she introduced me to this universe.
The best part of the challenge was meeting new bloggers! Here are some of the noteworthy writers and bloggers I came across:
*Roland Yeomans at Writing in the Crosshairs blog: His dead and undead characters in New Orleans have been interesting to follow!
*Kyra Lennon at Write Here Write Now blog: She just finished her sports romance (I love this genre) and it was great to hear from the various characters on a professional soccer team
*Heather Gardner at The Waiting is the Hardest Part blog: The adventures of the gnome Stormy kept me giggling throughout the challenge.
Thank you to the organizers of the challenge, including authors Karen Jones Gowan and Alex J Cavanaugh! Alex and Nicki are part of the Insecure Writers Support Group and I want to join that group once I finish my upcoming blog tour.
If I participate next year, I hope to write some posts in advance and visit more blogs. I think a theme might be too constraining but it's interesting to consider. Have a great week, everyone!