A Few Blogs to Visit for A to Z Challenge



I’ve been pretty on time with my Blogging A to Z challenge and in the process, I’m seeing so many holes in my novel – because apparently I never did organize my research on 19th century Philippines like I’ve had to do for this challenge. 

While my theme isn’t something that’s quite common, and is really self-serving (what isn’t?  This is why we blog after all), it’s fun to do!  And one of the requirements for participating in the Blogging A to Z challenge is to visit 5 participating blogs per day.  I’ve been doing that, too, which keeps me quite busy online – more than I’d like especially since there’s still taxes to finish – and I thought that since I have the time right now, I’d like to share the top 5 new-to-me blogs that have caught my attention so far.

Cold Shadow – Haiku Cascade by Moondustwriter
Who knew that haiku cascade was even a thing? A very cool thing at that!

Amanda’s Nose in a Book
I love the title of her blog!  For letter G, she tackles Genres in books, and she does have a point about YA not being a genre more than the book’s intended audience.

Writing, Life and an Itch to Explore
I love his theme for the A to Z challenge – On Being a Modern Gentleman!

Allons-y! Living Life in Ethiopia
This year Blogging A to Z challenge presents life in Ethiopia, and I think it’s pretty darn cool!

Nancy H. Doyle, Damned Hard Writing
Though Nancy had to bow out of the A to Z challenge, I love reading about her muse, Juan Reyes, and how her book is progressing.

So there you have it – my top 5 (for now) new-to-me blogs that I’ve discovered since starting the A to Z challenge.  And to all of you A to Z bloggers out there, it’s on to letter I tomorrow!


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