2015 A to Z Blogging Challenge Reflections
Reflecting on how I survived the Challenge is hard, but I do know that I’m wearing the T-shirt as I write – and I’m okay.
This post will be shorter than others as I suspect that you have had to read too many of my words during.
I realised as the month unfolded that my posts were too long, although I hope they were informative about ‘The War of 1812’. The research will be useful when I eventually get back to my novel “Seeking A Knife”, although I need to concentrate on the novel preceding it in the Snowdon Shadows series.
Writing the posts and updating/amending them as I went along took too long, and left me with too little time to visit many other bloggers, even some of my regular haunts – apologies.
Those I did visit regularly and enjoyed were:
Tasha’s Thinkings – an example of how to do A to Z and have fun
Alex Cavanaugh – the Ninja Captain is always worth visiting but how does he do it?
Magic Moments – an Indian perspective from Pratikshya Mishra, often looking further East
if I only had a time machine – Second World War insights
The Old Shelter – information that I never knew about Roaring Twenties America
Insecure Writers Support Group – succinct and insightful; and one of the guiding lights
There were other blogs that I dropped by, but not on a regular basis like these. Over time I intend to visit some more, but at the pace I do things it will take a few months. (My wheelchair goes faster than my fingers or my mind.)
So inspired by the way that others approached this challenge, and encouraged by the way that it has been organised, I am now looking forward. Next year I will plan better, and choose a short post theme – letters of the alphabet.
Just kidding. Not sure what I will do but will be something easier for everyone, especially passers-by. Suspect that the window-shoppers take one look and run.
For more reflections by other blogging survivors, visit here.
PREVIOUS A TO Z POSTS
Details on my 2015 A to Z theme and a linked list of posts can be found on my A to Z Challenge page, which also has a linked list of my 2014 posts.