It’s the last day of March. Tomorrow we jump headlong into the madness and mayhem that is the A to Z April Blogging Challenge. You haven’t heard of it? Where have you been the last two months – I’ve done little else but talk about it!
Here’s the plan:
- I’m blogging daily through the NATO Alphabet starting with Alpha tomorrow and ending at Zulu on Wed 30th.
- Sundays we have off for good behaviour – and to catch up on the hopping around the 2000 other bloggers signed up for the Challenge
- There’ll still be haikus on Tuesdays, Flash Fiction on Fridays and Book Reviews on Saturdays – all carefully folding in the word of the day!
- There’ll be a special Rafflecopter Giveaway with lots of fab prizes starting on Wednesday – Bravo Victor cover reveal day! There’ll be a button on the sidebar to help remind people of it if they arrive later in the month.
If you haven’t signed up you can still join in – just blog about something beginning with A on the 1st, B on the 2nd, etc. – and sign up here.
The main part of the fun is to go visiting other blogs – so I hope it’s going to be like Piccadilly Circus on here.
Talking of which – Time Square is a little bit like Piccadilly Circus – that’s the centre of S W Lothian’s time-travelling world, and the start of a whole new series for him. Book 1: TIME SQUARE| THE SHIFT is out April 9th! Add it to your Goodreads list – buy it from Amazon or your favourite retailer. Read it! Review it! I will – in May!
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, there is a Book Spotlight on The Princelings of the East at Mother Daughter Book Reviews tomorrow – part of a promotion for the series which will continue on there through to the end of June. Thank you, Renee, daughter and son!
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Thank you a bazillion for mentioning my new book, Jemima. Best of luck with the challenge , it sounds like you’ll be in hyperdrive for the next month.
Thanks Steve, hope the book goes well!
Have a lovely flight! ;0)
Thanks, Cool Mom – at least there’s no queueing for security or anything like that!
I hope :O
Just to let you know – I started reading the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society over the weekend. What a lovely book about the human spirit!
It is! I read another excellent one over the weekend myself – my bookclub is doing well at present 🙂
I noticed that Cinta Rosa posted a 5star review of Guernsey Lit Soc etc on Goodreads at the weekend.
Yes! Let the April insanity begin! It’s sort of crazy for me to do it, because I’m having trouble with writing–transitioning from one project to the next. Maybe the blog will help. Or at least make me feel like I’m doing something while I spin my wheels.
I still have a lot of work to do on getting Bravo Victor formatted.. and the garden is growing fast, too :O
The garden! Oh, Lordy! We finally got rain, and warm weather. . . Oy.
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