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2016 A to Z Blogging Challenge Recaps

Congrats to all 1300+ 2016 A to Z Blogging Challenge participants! Here's a list of bloggers who want to share their experience.

A to Z Challenge Survivor

I survived the Blogging From A to Z Challenge of 2016!  Although it was a lot of work, I am so glad I got a chance to participate and really focus on writing a number of posts for future dates.  I wrote all of the posts in advance, the first half before April even started…

I Survived!

I survived the A to Z Challenge, blogging through the month of April, one letter at a time. It was a lot of fun for me. I have shared it myself and writing friends that I would like to write more on a daily basis to maintain my craft, to keep the words flowing and…

#AtoZChallenge 2016 Reflections

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”

A to Z Reflections

As some of you may already know, I put myself to the A to Z Challenge for blogging during the month of April. Basically, it required participating bloggers to do a post every day focusing on each letter of the alphabet. Sundays were the only excluded days. As you can imagine, this was a lot of…

Reflections #AtoZChallenge

Blogging A to Z Challenge was quite a ride this year. My theme was 'Love Letters' and I've learnt a lot about letter-writing, story-telling, love and myself. Here’s the gist of each post in one line (if you'd like to read the actual post, just click on the link). A. Loving doesn’t mean absorbing the…

Time For Reflection On The 2016 A to Z Challenge

I've begun jotting down reflections! Super experience, Arlee! You've given me more ideas with this post. https://meinthemiddlewrites.com/category/a-to-z-challenge/

2016 A to Z Challenge Wrap-Up

Phew, my 2nd year participating in A to Z! Having gotten more used to posting daily this year, because of CYW, I think this year went quite a bit smoother than last. I did get behind a bit, but I totally expected that and I managed to get caught up by the 2nd to last…

A to Z Challenge Reflection and Wrap-Up

Well here I am, just about a week outside of the A-Z Challenge. I cannot believe that I made my way through it. Whew! Because I'm a procrastinator (and because I'm busy), I didn't have anything written ahead of time, even though I decided back in about January that I'd participate in the challenge and…

W Is For Wrap Up #AtoZChallenge - karyngood.com

Because I’m pretty much done even though it’s only Day W in the A To Z April Blogging Challenge. I’m blogged out. But I made it almost two thirds of the way through the alphabet so I’m calling it a win.

Jeremy Hawkins Challenge Wrap-Up

Yayy, we are nearing the end! I am so happy with myself! This being my first time, I learned a lot of new things! I made so many new and wonderful friends, read some amazing blogs and built a lot of good-will. Thanks AtoZ!@KalaRavi16 fromRelax-N-Rave

Reflections On A Challenge (A to Z Blog Challenge Recap)

"Reflections on a Challenge" The Case Files of Inspector Khazarian Rovas **To start from the very beginning: From the Case Files of Inspector Khazarian Rovas The 2016 edition of the A to Z Blog Challenge has come to an end.I was kinda sorta "forced" into joining this year. I had stopped posting for awhile for…

Confessions of a Watery Tart

Well sistah - we are as one. I cannot blog like I used to and I was never great at hustling new people. On the other hand I think like you - that if I make a commitment I keep it - and I'm pretty good at maintaining my pals. I enjoyed getting something out daily and even though it coincided with my first real job in a long time I did okay. Now back to work I go...

the end. (recap) #atozchallenge

This was my first month-long challenge. I mostly enjoyed it, although I did struggle with a few letters... and wrote my posts at 1 or 2 a.m. because of that. Sometimes I think that's when I do my best work. But I love sleep. Anyway, here's a list of links for my a-to-z challenge posts... just…

Herbivore Cucina A to Z Blog Challenge Recap

Who does not like PIZZA? We are a pizza loving family and love our pizzas in all it's forms. After trying Veggie Pizza, Spinach Artich...

Top 10 things I learned during this year’s #AtoZChallenge

Writing about Chicago from A to Z has been an interesting experience. While I certainly didn’t get to cover everything I brainstormed before the A to Z Challenge began, I definitely enjoyed learning more about my hometown as I was researching each post. In case you missed any of my posts, you can read all of them in order here.

Reflections on A to Z Challenge - Lisa Vooght

Nicely summarized - I'm not sure if I've visited your blog before, oh wait, yes I have, I recognize that post on Water now. Congrats on all those new twitter followers, glad that you really used that to your advantage! I think blog hopping should be 75 % of the challenge ideally, meaning the more time you hop and comment, the more views and comments you receive in return. Please feel free any time to visit me and include a link to your blog as part of your signature. Maui Jungalow

Life & Faith in Caneyhead Tribute to A to Z Champions

Love this post, Barbara.We have a year to prepare for the next challenge... Smiles!Http://cazgreenham.blogspot.com@CazsBooksTo stay in touch would be great

Blogging A to Z Reflections // What I Learned

I did it! I finished the Blogging A to Z Challenge on time and without cheating or skipping any letters. That isn't to say I didn't make mistakes or fall behind here and there but it was much better than last years attempt. I didn't even make it to Z last year. This year was a whole…

Z is for Z-A: Looking back, the A-Z Challenge in Review

Over April I've been taking part in the 2016 A-Z Blog Challenge - and this is my final challenge post. I thought it would be useful to look back over the month, and organise the challenge posts into useful and easy-to-reference categories. A quick overview of my posts: Easy Advice on Writing/for Writers B is…

Live and Learn-Toss and Turn

Thanks for visiting, Keith. I only heard about the challenge last year right before it started. We'll see if I do it next year. I think you would have plenty to say if you joined the challenge. But it does take a time commitment.

Blogging A to Z Challenge Wrap Up

The Blogging A to Z Challenge for April 2016 is finally over  and I had a blast. Never mind that I spent the last month so consumed by this story that other projects in the mix were forced to take a back seat. Never mind that my so-called down time was spent figuring out ways…

A is for Aftermath

The calendar has turned to May, and that means the 2016 A-to-Z Challenge is finally in the history books. But before we move on, I want to give my impressions of a challenge that was, well, challenging, and if there are any takeaways, I’ll touch on them, too. Organization Writing doesn’t just happen, there’s a…