A to Z Challenge: Reflections

Great job on the A to Z Challenge, everyone!

And thank you to all of my readers, old and new! Thanks for taking the time to read and comment. Hopefully I was able to visit all of you as well. I’m so glad that I participated for the first time in this year’s challenge, even though I flaked a little bit at the end. (Hey, I came across quite a few other bloggers who threw in the towel after only a few posts. So kudos to everyone who completed each letter!)

Wow, I wrote nearly 7,000 words over the course of the challenge. That might not seem like a lot to the professional authors among you, but it feels good to see all of my blurbs add up to something.

I don’t have any deep reflections to offer, but I wanted to share that I’ve learned so much from the other writers and bloggers who participated. I made connections to other like-minded people, while also getting exposed to styles and interests that were waaay different from my own.

It was fun to see people have the exact same ideas or words for their topics, especially when they took their posts in completely different directions.

Bottom line: I learned a lot and can’t wait for next year’s challenge….

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  1. Totally agree! I’m already looking forward to next year. I am so glad I did this challenge. It was worth every bit of effort.

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  2. Congratulation on finishing the challenge. During the challenge I didn’t visit as many blogs as I would like to but, cross my heart, I’m visiting every single one with the reflection post! I am so glad my journey brought me here.

    Evalina, This and that…

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