#AtoZChallenge Reflections

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First off, thank you to all who came to visit and comment during the A to Z Challenge! This event has been so much fun.

I joined this event because I’ve been meaning to share the research that I put into my novels. With my schedule being so tight, I just never got the chance. But this event gave me the push I needed. The one thing I would change for next year is starting earlier on my posts—even earlier than I had, which was mid-March. Since I work all week, I spent my afternoons pulling out my books and resources and rereading my research. Then on the weekends, I typed up 3 to 4 posts. This gave me little time to visit other posts to read and comment.

I’ve already chose my theme for next year—which I won’t reveal at this time. I’m planning my list, and hopefully, I’ll be able to work on each post between writing my next New Adult novel. If I get enough finished before the start of the event, I might have more time to participate and communicate. Either way, I plan on joining next year’s challenge and I’m looking forward to it.

9 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge Reflections

  1. Congratulation on completing the challenge! And sorry I disappeared at the end. I do mean to finish reading you rposts because I really enjoyed them. But the last part of the challenge was very busy for me, I ended up writing posts the same day I wrote them… whisch is not good, but I had no other choice.

    I normally start planning the challenge in December or January, because I always plan to have all my posts written before the chalelnge starts. And every years RL gets in the way. How do you explain that?
    But at least, starting that early means I can get at least a part of posts schedule before the challenge starts and that’s a big help anyway.

    I’m happy I’ve found your blog. Can’t wait to keep reading 🙂

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  2. I only followed towards the end of the challenge but i enjoyed reading your posts and learning about ancient Egypt and mythology. Congratulations on completing!

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