Blogging from A-Z Challenge

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This year for the first time I’ve signed up for the A-Z blogging challenge (thank you Rosie Amber for suggesting it – I think!). So in April I will be posting on my blog every day except Sunday – and not only that – I’ll be blogging thematically from A-Z.

So, twenty-six letters in the alphabet and twenty-six days of posting. But what can I blog about? Well – here’s the big reveal:

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I’m going to blog about about writing and editing! Doesn’t sound that interesting? There are so many people out there who write, who want to write, who love to write, who are scared to write and many turn to the internet to find help and advice. I’ve been blogging writing and editing tips for a while now and I’m always struck by how helpful fellow writers and editors find them. And it’s certainly a topic with plenty of scope – which helps when you’re planning all those posts and desperately trying to think of something relevant that begins with ‘x’.

I’m also looking forward to visiting other blogs during the challenge and hopefully learning some new things myself and discovering some interesting blogs along the way.

So wish me luck and do stop by every day in April to see what I’ve come up with – I think I’ll be OK, just got to think of something for Q. And U, and Z….

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I am a UK-based writer, editor and independent novelist. I love reading and I love to write. These are the two great passions of my life. Find out more about my editing services here. I am currently offering discounts to new clients – do get in touch to discuss how I can help you to make your book the best it can be.
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19 comments

  1. Welcome to the Challenge! I love the lesser-used letters most, like K, X, Q, and Z. If you don’t have X planned yet, perhaps you can do the word Xenophilic or Xenophile, as in books/writers which are positive about diversity and foreign-to-the-writer cultures.

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  2. This is a great idea. I am the organizer for a local writing group, so it is right up my alley. This is the first year in a long time that my theme is not writing related, so it will be great to have somewhere to get my fix. You can count me as a new follower!

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  3. I’m doing the same theme! 🙂 I’m surprised at how few bloggers are writing about writing! One of the best things that came out of the challenge last year was meeting fellow writers and discussing writing and our processes, which is what inspired the theme. I can’t wait to strike up some great discussions on the topic of “writing.” I’m loving your blog so far and look forward to following your posts next month and reading more!!

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