Reflections on #AtoZChallenge

You would think as organizer for the A to Z Blog Challenge, I would have been prepared for the Reflections Post. The truth is, I almost missed it. I can’t write it until the challenge is at least almost over. Let’s face it, when I wrote Exploration in January, the world was a completely different place. Even when I got these posts pre-scheduled in March and early April, the world was different.

So, I waited to write this. And now the time has come, and I should have posted it hours ago, but…I didn’t. And that’s okay. I know that. Hey, I finished the challenge this year, which didn’t happen my first year.

I have loved seeing comments from new readers and previous readers. I am excited that so many people have downloaded the book, too! I said that you could get it for any price in April, but I’m going to continue that low price for the month of May. I hope many people will come back and see this, and will want to see the whole world. It was serendipitous that I wrote about a world without disease, without inequality, without prejudice. It has been a great escape in the reality of today. But even then, sometimes I find that I can’t escape to it. Reality is too crushing. Anyway.

I hope that you are all staying safe and healthy (goodness I’m sick of hear/saying that), and that you are able to find an escape that works for you. If reading helps, read my blog, read my novels (and give me reviews!). If it doesn’t work for you, well, my books will be here. This isn’t the Neverending Story. They won’t change.

Lots of love to my readers on this journey, and I can’t wait to get out there and read more of your blogs in the coming weeks.

6 thoughts on “Reflections on #AtoZChallenge

  1. Thanks for your reflections about this month. It was indeed a bit different than what I expected, too.
    It is said that people learn new things every day, and of course, this month I learn a lot of things about my family and myself. Confinement can definitely lead to quarreling or to join families. I hope I’m doing it right with my kids.
    Also, this month I saw many great blogs, and I hope, made new great friends, too. Still visiting blogs, too. Have a great day.

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  2. Thank you for organizing this. I didn’t finish in the month, but I plan to still use the letter prompts for later blog posts. I find them very helpful.

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