Monday, April 1, 2013
A to Z Challenge: ARLEE BIRD
It's time for the annual A to Z Challenge! Are you ready for it?
A is for: ARLEE BIRD, who founded this crazy, fun challenge.
CLICK HERE for fun photos and more info about ARLEE.
Here's a quick description of what the challenge is about:
"Most of you are probably familiar with Sue Grafton and her best selling series of detective novels known as the "Alphabet Series" that started in 1982 with "A" Is For Alibi up to her most recent "V" Is For Vengeance". She has made a franchise with the series and there have been other authors who have taken similar approaches. This Blogging From A to Z Challenge will be in the same vein."
CLICK HERE for more info about the A to Z Challenge.
Are you participating? Do you have a "theme" for the month?
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The perfect choice for an A-post, Margo!ReplyDelete
Thanks to Arlee Bird for this awesome challenge that has united the online community in a very special way!
This is my first year, and I went with a theme-places! What fun.ReplyDelete
Give much respect to Arlee! This is also my first year participating and I am going themeless.ReplyDelete
Hi Margo, I'm participating with 3 of my blogs and have all my posts pre-scheduled, so I'm very much looking forward to it!ReplyDelete
Hi and thanks for stopping by Smurfin' The Web http://smurfdok.wordpress.com/2013/04/01/a-is-for-airwolf-aston-martin/ Hope you liked the post and visit me again. I will visit any blogs that comment on mine ( and probably a few more aswell. Happy A-Zing =)ReplyDelete
This is my first year, and I never gave it a thought about pre-writing my blogposts. I'm hoping I can keep up--but probably won't be able to. Kudos to you who thought ahead.ReplyDelete
I love mysteries and suspense, and romance, too.
I'm a first-timer and I've decided to go themeless. Hope I can make through the Challenge.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog! :)
Arlee is a natural and awesome choice for "A".ReplyDelete
Yup, Arlee's a gem.ReplyDelete
Even Arlee must be amazed at how his original idea has taken off! Good to 'meet' you here, Margo, and thanks for visiting my blog.ReplyDelete
A is for Arlee - and I thought I'd amended my post to acknowledge him but it was published without one (sigh). Must have hit 'post'too soon :(ReplyDelete
Thanks for this, Margot, and looking forward to dropping in again later :)
Jemima at Jemima's blog
Themes help. Last year I did not have one, but this year it's vintage travel posters and I am already learning so much just researching the posters. Good luck for the A-Z.ReplyDelete
I'm new to this challenge and I have decided to combine this one with another....foolish? Probably. But, I'm up for the challenge. Happy to meet you.ReplyDelete
A nice thank you to Arlee!ReplyDelete
This is my third challenge, and I have chosen to write about places I have lived or love.ReplyDelete
Hey Margo! My theme this year is Pop Culture People to Know. Cheers!ReplyDelete
This is my second year, I am doing posts about my hobbies, books, hiking/native plants and baking/cooking.ReplyDelete
Great A post with a shout out to Arlee :)
I have always been curious about Sue Grafton's series, though crime and thrillers have never been my cup of tea.ReplyDelete