2021 A to Z Blogging Challenge Theme Reveal and Open Invitation to Female Authors and Illustrators

#AtoZChallenge 2021 Theme Reveal

Last year being what it was, I didn’t participate in the A to Z Blogging Challenge. This year, however, I’d thought I’d take up the gauntlet once again. I will be featuring 26 female authors and illustrators in April. 

I have a few lined up, but I’d also like to make an open invitation. If you (or someone you know) falls into the category of female author or illustrator and would be interested in being featured next month, contact me using the form below and I’ll send you more information. 

Happy Blogging!

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A to Z Challenge Reflection Post

It was a near thing this year, but I completed the A to Z Challenge! I found it a bit overwhelming, probably because I had so many other things going on at the same time. I’m already at work for posts for next year’s challenge which will continue the theme Turn Your Blog Into A Book!

I have so many other things to cover yet before I can say that I’ve done justice to that topic.

I found the alphabetical order of the posts to be less than ideal for this topic. It’s not a logical sequence, but hey, it was the A to Z challenge after all.

I also found it impossible to visit the 600+ blogs that were listed in the Master List for the challenge. I made a good attempt and during April I was able to visit and comment on about 50 blogs, but as I already said, I had a lot going on otherwise.

Since the challenge is over, you can expect more book reviews for awhile while I catch up on a few things. There will be more posts about Turning Your Blog Into A Book soon as well as some new releases by yours truly in the (hopefully) not too distant future.

If you blog and haven’t challenged yourself to complete the A to Z Blogging Challenge, I encourage you to try it out next year!