April A to Z, 2014

Since I’m visiting 5 or more new blogs every day for a month, I’ve decided to build a page and link to them. It only takes a second to copy and paste an address, and I have to load the pages anyway,

Click for A-Z blog list

Click for A-Z blog list

so it seems like a waste of productivity not to take the extra second to do this.

Links will go to specific posts for the days I visited, so we’ll end up with at least five for every letter. I’m not necessarily updating the page every day. Don’t assume I’m falling behind on the challenge if you see this page get a little behind.

Friends who are also blogging A to Z: Part Time Monster, Rose B. FischerNot A Punk Rocker, MusicFanAndrea, Destino, and David of Comparative Geeks. David and his wife Holly write CG together, and they’re also doing the challenge with that blog.

I may have other friends doing the challenge; if so, I’ll add them as I discover their A to Z posts. The list is for new blogs I’m visiting each day. I’m visiting my friends as often as possible during the challenge, and leaving comments to let them know I stopped by. Part Time Monster is always my last stop, and I usually drop at least one link there to a blog I think she’ll like. (My tentative topic list is here; some of these will change, but not many of them will.)

These are all blogs coded (WR), and people who have commented on my blog. So not all entries here will necessarily be writing-themed. Beginning April 13, about halfway through the challenge, I’ll use the Sundays to do re-visits, so the “one link per blog” rule does not apply to the last three Sundays.


Raising the Curtain

Amanda’s Nose in a Book

The Artistic Christian

Laurel Holman

Little Write Space


Rebecca Bradley Crime

Smartass Direct

Write Here Write Now

Siobhan Mcnamara

Tea and Knee Socks


Sarah Ashley Jones

Robyn Larue

Writings, Ramblings, and Rants in a Box

Scribere Aut Mori

Stalking Fiction


Stephen B. Bagley’s Books


Stephanie Scott, YA Author


Oh, My Word!


Here, There Be Writer

Hughie Gibson, Author

Provocative Romance

Narrative Belly Flop

Taliesn (broke my one link per blog rule here, because, Elephants!)

Sunday, 04/06

Rachna’s Scriptorium

A Cloudburst of Feral Impressions

Poetry of the Netherworld

World of My Imagination



Donna Keenan, Author

Simply Sarah

Steven Chapman (Writer)

Nicole Murray: WIP

Tattered Past


My Love Affair With . . .

Joeyfully Stated

Literary Jihadi

Celine’s Louche Lounge

Ordinary Giant


B Due

Days with the Undead

Shonna Slayton (YA author)

Disregard the Prologue

Write On Sisters


Elsie Elmore

The Poetry Wagon

Tyrean’s Writing Spot

Ayden K. Morgen

Perle’s Ink



Jennifer Frischetto

Courtney’s Corner: Official Author Blog of Courtney Rice Gager

Self Employed Writer

Parchment Place


My Love Affair With . . .

Zinc Goes Novelling

Lyle S. Tanner

Beth Camp


Bigger on the Inside

(See what I did here? Added an extra one to make up for including Taliesin twice last week.)

Sunday, 04/13

Raising the Curtain

Tea and Knee Socks

Stalking Fiction


Write On Sisters

Disregard the Prologue


On Writing and Riding

Write on Mamas

Janine Kovac

The Way of the Wytch

R Scott Amsbaugh


From Sara With Joy

History Sleuth

Linda Covella, Author

The Playground

Inspiration for Creation


Alex Hurst

Lynda Grace an Hour Away

My Capricious Existence: Madeline Jane

Sarah Allen

The View Outside


Sumptuous Living

The Shellshank Redemption

DYSB Writing

Tamara Dares t Write

Abby J. Reed



Reading, Writing, and Everything

Caro Ness Author

Dara the Writer

Ramblings on the Wall

Random Thoughts




Valerie Storey Writing at Dava Books

A Writer’s Musings

Hope and Dreams

Sunday, 04/20

Laurel Holman

Little Write Space

Write Here Write Now

Rebecca Bradley

Random Thoughts


Plucking of My Heartstrings

Inkwell & Paper


Kim Graff

Olivia Waite


Julie Uplugged

Notes from Angry 1541

Yvonne Ventreska

Sabrina’s Writing Reflections

Flash Fiction


Elizabeth Hein


Katie Doyle

Gail M. Baugniet

Jennifer Garcia


Thardrandian Thoughts

Writer’s Storm: Brandon Ax

Into Another World

Lexa Cain

Easy Reader



Write Me a World

Jennifer Fischetto

Still Writing

Once Upon a Time . . .


My Words as Weapons

Sayling Away

The Wannabe Writer Life

Rantings and Ravings of an Insane Writer

Corinne O’Flynn

Sunday, 04/27

Siobhan McNamara

Olivia Waite

Julie Unplugged

Flash Fiction

Easy Reader


S. K. Anthony

Squirrel Talk

The Pensive

Kristena Tunstall

Patricia Lynne



Patricia Stoltey

Jemima Pett

Word Grrls

Charity’s Writing Journey


Susan Says

Niki Elson’s Not-So-Deep Thoughts

Into the Ravenous Maw

Moon Time Tunes

Welcome To My Magick Theatre

Click for A-Z Badges and Banners.

Click for A-Z Badges and Banners.

Reflections, Reviews, Reactions, and Wrap-Ups

Part Time Monster

David @DBCII

Rose B. Fischer

 Music Fan Andrea

Comparative Geeks

That Dizzy Chick

survivor-atoz [2014]

Co Hosts

Arlee Bird @ Tossing it Out

Ninja Captain Alex J Cavanaugh

Author Stephen Tremp

Tina @ Life is Good

Damyanti @ Amlokiblogs

Nicole Ayers – The Madlab Post

M. J. Joachim’s Writing Tips

Heather M. Gardner

AJ @ Naturally Sweet

Pam @ An Unconventional Librarian

Jeremy @ Being Retro, who created all the art on this page

16 thoughts on “April A to Z, 2014

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    • You’re very welcome! I’m glad you like the idea. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to build such a mighty list, especially since I have to load the pages to comment, anyway.

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  3. Thanks for visiting and including me under C. I’m a little late to respond and make the rounds, but have been enjoying your posts.

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    • You’re welcome! I figured since I was doing most of this work anyway, I’d add ten more minutes to the daily routine.

      Since the whole point is to post six days a week and visit new blogs, at least as I understand it, there isn’t a lot of time left over for revisits. So this is a way for me to keep up with who I’ve met during the challenge and keep up with them once it’s over.

      Oh. And introduce the bloggers I visit to a few friends who are also doing A to Z. 😉

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