All over the web, people are signing up for the A to Z Challenge – which starts April 1st. Blog from A to Z starting with A on the first, B on the 2nd… take Sundays off and end at Z on the 30th.
I’m proud to be part of the great A to Z Theme Reveal Blogfest!
All the bloggers listed below have selected a theme for their A to Z Challenge and today we are revealing everything to the world!
… and my theme is:The Nato Phonetic Alphabet!
I’ll be blogging through April using the words in the graphic as my inspiration. Watch out for the Giveaway, too! Thank you, wordle.net for the graphic.
Now go see what others are doing – and leave a message before you go!
A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal!
101 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal!”
How fun! Can’t wait to see how you incorporate it 🙂
Thanks, Christy! Look forward to seeing yours too 🙂
Such a cool graphic and interesting collection of words! Looking forward to reading your posts already!! 🙂
Thanks, Aditi! I love those word pictures but only found wordle last year when I needed something for a conference. Then I had to remember where it was again!
Visiting from A/Z Theme Reveal. That does sound like an interesting theme. Cute graphic with it too. I will be curious to check back and see what you write about. Good luck with the challenge!
Nice to see you too, Betty. It gives me plenty of scope, anyway 🙂
intriguing and unique! *curious* Good luck!
Thanks, S(t)ri. Good luck with yours, too.
Sounds interesting. Wouldn’t mind some additional details, but looks like you have all the letters covered.
Well, you know what word will apply for each letter, Christopher. For more clues, you can guess what my Saturday Book Review posts will be from my Reading list on the right 😉
The theme is emitting a lot of promise to instill excitement.
I too have revealed my theme. Don’t forget to check it. 🙂
Thanks, Kripali! I’ll be over to see it soon 😀
Interesting inspiration you’ve chosen. Good luck with the A to Z this year 🙂
Sophie’s Thoughts & Fumbles
Thanks, Sophie 🙂
BTW you may find lots of blogs send your comments for moderation if they have two links. Mine lets one through straightaway, but holds any more than that 🙂
This sounds interesting, I can’t wait to see it!
Thanks, Steve. Are you still on holiday?
Love it, Jemima! Looking forward to seeing how every day plays out 🙂
Me too, Guilie! Thanks for visiting 🙂
A very interesting and intriguing topic. Great Graphic as well. Looking forward to learning more about this lingo. Visiting from the Reveal Blog Hop…#192 Sue at CollectInTexas Gal
Thanks, Sue. Looking forward to your reveal too 🙂
What a great theme. I’m looking forward to learning a bit on my visits here in April!
Play off the Page
Just posted my theme reveal! I’m excited to see if people like what I’m doing!
I’ll be right over 🙂
Your graphic and words are interesting. Curious to read all your posts now 🙂
MJ, A to Z Challenge Co-Host
Lots of Crochet Stitches
I learned this alphabet when a good friend of mine joined the army after high school. We would send not so secret messages to each other. It took forever, but so fun. Looking forward to reading your post. Sydney Aaliyah Michelle 2014 A to Z Challenge
lol it does sound like fun – but long, as you say! Looking forward to yours too 🙂
You know, I always wondered where that alphabet came from- this is such a cool choice!
Thanks, Beverly. It was an inspiration that came when I was working on my new book title!
Wow! That’s an interesting theme!
What a neat idea!
Oooh, this looks very interesting, Jemima! Looking forward to your daily dose of Nato Phonetic magic!
resident bartender for A to Z Theme Reveal Party!
Thanks, Sam – and I’d better order a W for Whiskey, please 😀
Golf-Oscar-Oscar-Delta Lima-Uniform-Charlie-Kilo! 😉 Looking forward to reading your posts.
Tango-Hotel-Alpha-November-Kilo-Sierra, Corinne! Funnily enough – in a quiz I went to this week they asked what was the longest word in the NATO Alphabet (I was tempted to say Alphabet, but it’s the same length as November – which was the right answer!)
Wow, unique topic, that’s for sure. I shall follow your A-Z’s closely. Anything I can learn from is of great interest to me, and this sounds intriguing. Great choice, Jemima.
Thanks, Silvia. I’ll be right over to check on yours 😀
Great premise for a theme reveal. There are so many good ones that I’ve seen, and I’m adding this one to my list for April. 🙂
Thanks, SD – there are indeed a lot of great themes around. Looking forward to seeing yours!
So many interesting words in this theme. I wonder waht you will come up with! Looking forward to your posts!
Some were more challenging than others – and some are yet to be written, since on Fridays I am still doing my Flash Fiction challenge, and the challenge is set weekly!
Thanks for visiting 🙂
Now there’s a theme we don’t see everyday…or rather, every year in April. Talk about going off of the beaten path! It’s like exploring an alphabet within the alphabet. Go Jemima! 🙂
Thanks, Nicole. I didnt know I was going off the beaten path at all!
Sounds like a fascinating theme….looking forward to reading your posts!
Sounds like a great theme- will be interested to see where you go with this. 🙂
Thanks for visiting, Travis. I’m interested in where I go too 😉
What a smashingly great idea! Team Damyanti certainly is on a roll! Best of luck, and awesome graphic you found!
Tina @ Life is Good
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Thanks, Tina – and thanks for visiting 🙂
I love how distinctive the themes are this year– and I’m loving yours, Jemima!
Thank you for being on the team, and such a lovey presence all around. Thank you also for all the support on social media and your blog– I think, together, the Magnificient 7 are going to rock this challenge!
The themes are wonderful, aren’t they. I’m pinning them on my Pinterest board so I can find them again more easily!
You lead and I follow, oh Wise One. 🙂
This looks interesting! I’ll be back to check it out.
Thanks, Larry – looking forward to seeing you again – often!
What a cool idea – definitely “wish I’d thought of it” awesomeness. I’ll be visiting to see what you come up with. 🙂
SF & Fantasy Writer @ Visions of Other Worlds
I suspect I think of really cool themes when visiting people each year. The trouble is remembering them! I know I was planning a haiku theme for a long time – then I had to retitle my new book. It’s all V for Victor’s fault!
Looks like it’s going to be fun! I read another blog earlier that did Nato for their first year (in 2011) of A-Z. Happy I get to follow one along this year! 🙂
I started in 2012 so I didnt see that one. I wonder whether we’ll have any uses of the word in common? Probably Foxtrot – it was really hard to think of a new slant to that one.
Thanks for visiting, Alex!
What an interesting choice. Some will be quite difficult. Should be fun.
Thanks, Rhonda – yes, you’re right, some are giving me trouble! The worst ones will be the Friday ones as I do a flash fiction challenge, and I only find out what that is a week before and will have to include the word of the day – for Delta, Juliet, Papa and Victor!
I love that graphic!
And your theme sounds great… love the spontaneity! Or have you pre-written them? Also wondering whether they are fiction/non-fiction?
See you around on the A to Z circuit!
Writer In Transit
Thanks, Michelle – I used Wordle.com, but there are so many options to play with it took ages to choose my favourite (in fact I saved four more versions!)
Mostly it will be non-fiction, but Tuesdays word will inspire a haiku, Friday’s is flash fiction and Saturday’s is a book review – sometimes with only loose connections to the word of the day!
What an interesting theme you have here. Can’t wait to see how it all plays out.
Thanks, Toi! Neither can I 😉
Born into the Air Force, married the Army, and now working for the Navy and Marine Corps, this intrigues me!
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Well, you’d know these codewords backwards, then! Good luck with the challenge, Jamie!
Interesting. I shall look forward to this.
We used to use this alphabet, along with Military time when I worked at IBM. Because? B, C, D, E all sound alike over the phone and when you have 100 engineers hollering “C as in Cat, Meow!” or “D as in Dog, Woof-woof!” in a huge cube farm, it gets chaotic and louder than it needs to be! Good luck and I look forward to reading your posts! Mary aka ViolaFury
Oh that must have been awful! I do hate cube farms – I hate people being able to hear me on the phone anyway!
Thanks for stopping by, Mary 🙂
Count me in, Jemima. Clever idea and graphic 🙂
Colorful… I like it! And I just may learn something. Can’t wait to read your posts!
Thanks, Crystal! Lovely to see you here 🙂
This is a fascinating theme! Look forward to the posts, which I am sure will be as fascinating. All the best!
Thanks, Beloo! I hope it lives up to your expectations!
Just returning your visit to my blog :). What a superb interpretation. I look forward to seeing your posts for each word.
Thaks, Tasha. Good luck with yours, too!
I can’t believed I missed this! Especially since I’m actually on top of my entries for the A-Z challenge. Never thought I’d even get started… “I’m Going to Complain Now” turned out to be a great theme as far as coming up with ideas. 😀
I’m intrigued by your theme! Can’t wait to see what you do with it.
Not to worry, Mich – at least you’re ready for the main event 🙂
Thanks for visiting!
Thanks for visiting, Tracy!
Genius! This is so fun! My theme is Family History. Gail at Making Life An Art
Yours sounds fun too! Thanks for visiting, Gail. 🙂
Roger that! Excellent theme idea. I used to practice on license plates at stop lights while I was learning the NATO phonetic alphabet. Good fun. But this will be uproarious fun, I’m betting : D
Hi, Miss Alister! Uproarious? I don’t know – but I hope it’s enjoyable 🙂
Cool theme; very unique. I know a few of the NATO phonetic alphabet, but I look forward to learning more!
Thanks, NJ. Have an enjoyable AtoZ yourself 🙂
This sounds like a fun theme. =D
Thanks, Patricia! Good luck with yours 🙂
I’ve never got past Alpha Bravo Charlie so I guess this is my chance to learn 🙂
anna @ Deeply Shallow
You’ll be an expert by the end, Anna! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
Interesting theme! Like all great ideas, it sounds simple after I’ve been told about it.
My theme, ‘26 Positive Takes on Life’ will generally focus on positive, truly heart-warming, real-life incidents involving ordinary persons whom we can all emulate.
That sounds wonderful, thanks for sharing 🙂
I am intrigued! I can’t wait to see what you do with this!
Thanks Melanie – you too!
And here I was preening at my challenge… 🙂 This looks tough.. Will look to see how you incoproate this. Happy A-Zing…:)
I think they’re all tough, Rubina – but we will rise to the Challenge! Good luck!
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