A to Z Reflections
Things I loved:
- Writing with a theme. The writing and pre-scheduling of the posts are perhaps the easiest part of the entire challenge.
- The addition of categories to add beside our blogs on the link list. It was nice to know what type of blog a person was clicking on. That was a big plus.
- What posts I managed to read and everyone who stopped by and commented were awesome!
- Time. I didn't have enough of it. Between writing 30,000 words for Camp NaNoWriMo, finishing up a short story for Men of Foxwick, then getting sick with bronchitis, all my hopping around, following, and commenting back time vanished. I'd hoped the last two days I would be able to get back to the blogfest, but then my mom got sick and was in the hospital from Saturday evening to Tuesday morning. She's better now, but I guess by April 29, I wasn't really feeling like doing anything. Then I got this massive day job work project, so it's sucking away even more time.
I will also be getting to those people who commented on my blog. Your comments meant the world to me, and I loved your enthusiasm for the book series. I hope you found some new books to read because I know I did by finding the series in the first place. I have all the emails for the comments in my Inbox, so I will be following and visiting. It just might take me a few weeks to catch up.
A special thank you to the A-Z hosts and their many minions! You make the A to Z Challenge run smoothly.