Blogging From A to Z Challenge 2013

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During the month of April I will post 26 times finishing up posts that have been in my draft file for at least a year. I am joining 1,600 plus bloggers in the Blogging From A to Z Challenge.

Below are the posts I’ve finished for this series. As they go live, I will hotlink them.

Hat tip to Joe for this idea of creating a landing page for the A-Z challenge.

22 categories, 1,950 bloggers, 26 posts from a-z all during the month of April 2013.

“The brainchild of Arlee Bird, at Tossing it Out, the A to Z Challenges us to post the letter of the alphabet every day during the month of April, with Sundays off for good behavior.

“We will start with A on Monday April 1st. Whether you go with a theme or freestyle, your post must match the letter of the alphabet for that day.”

Be sure to check out the Blogging From A to Z Challenge site. They are giving tips, a-z of course, on how to make this challenge a success, for each one of us.

This is my first year to join this auspicious group of writers. I am not writing according to a theme. Instead I am choosing 25 unfinished posts from my draft file. Theses ones have been there at least a year. One post, I: INDIA Trip is More Than Travel Delight; It Includes a Conference, Shoeboxes, & Sewing Machines, is brand new. 

Your Turn . . . Did you participate in this challenge (2013)? If yes, tell us a favourite post of yours. . . . Which of the posts from my series is a favourite of yours?

Related Post . . . Reflections on the April A-Z Challenge 2013

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