A Few Blogs To Visit #AToZChallenge

I’ve discovered a few more blogs that interest me during this month of blogging A to Z. We’re almost on the home stretch and one more week, and we should be down to Z!  Q was quite a challenge for me, that’s for sure, but as soon as I usually find something to write about, I then have to stop myself from writing a novel!

tumblr_mo4flwua4J1s6luhno1_500Anyway, which bloggers have I discovered today so far?  Well, quite a few!

If Only I Had A Time Machine
For her A to Z challenge, she tackles historical events and a few of them are my favorites in history – from the Black Plague to the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb!

Flash Fiction
Lisa tackles Crafting (Fictional) Characters

Goodie Foodie Buddie
She tackles one of my favorite topics – food!

Storey of Stories
Keith talks about the places he’s lived or visited for his A to Z Challenge.

Making Believe
Dianne posts about make believe fairy tale characters for her challenge, another one of my favorite topics!

So there you have the five bloggers participating in the A to Z Challenge who have caught my interest this week!  It’s amazing all the places we get to visit, people we get to meet and things we get to learn just from visiting other people’s blogs!

 

2 thoughts on “A Few Blogs To Visit #AToZChallenge

  1. Hi Morrighan, about the A to Z challenge. Is it still on next month? NaPoWriMo is ending soon and I don’t want to be slowed down with blogging 🙂

    1. I think it only runs for April. I usually do the Daily Prompts and Weekly Writing Prompts throughout the year. WordPress also has an ebook of prompts you can use on your own if you don’t like the daily prompts 🙂

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