But, what I didn’t talk about was:
What were the highlights of my April Challenge?
Ooooo, there were loads, every single day! It was a great experience, hard work, but fun!
What i learned?
I learned to plan, schedule, and make sure I was ahead of myself for at least a couple of days. I started out writing the characters daily, but that was madness. I did however do the last one, Zac the dog, “live” as it just felt right to
What changes i might make next time?
Hmmmm, that’s a hard one lol, to what I did, nothing, but to the A-Z Challenge? I tried my best to visit as many participants as possible, but I think I only managed about 700 in total. Next time it would be great if the organisers had the blogs separated into different categories, so that I could support my fellow writers
What surprised me most?
That I stuck it out! Lol, no, seriously, probably how much people enjoyed reading my character sketches
Special bloggers i met in my A to Z journey or a post/posts that especially moved or impressed me?
I met some lovely bloggers through the challenge, picked up some great new followers, and added to my own following list…..but, the blog I enjoyed reading the most throughout the month was Tale Spinning by Stuart Nager. I can’t wait to see Stuarts work on the Swan Rise Apartments in book form. If you get the chance, go and have a read before he removes all the stories at the end of this month. You won’t be disappointed
So that’s definitely it til next year now…..how sad I hope I’m still around next year to participate
Did you take part in the A-Z Challenge? and if you didn’t, will I see you there next year?