Hey A to Z bloggers!
I am really excited to be a part of the team this year and I am looking forward to the challenge in April. And that is just what I am here to talk about. (Well of course it is, what else would I talk about on the A to Z blog?)
I know that there have been many comments since the A to Z team was announced this year that bloggers were terrified to do the challenge. Lots of us (myself included) aren’t/ weren’t sure what to blog about starting from A to Z. And I also know that many participants from last year gave encouragement saying things like ‘Once you know what you want to blog about, the rest is as easy as the ABC’s! (Okay I don’t know if anyone Actually said it like that . . . but you get my point).
Well after all the encouragement I forced myself to buck up and think of some really good idea’s to blog about. And guess what! It worked! I know what I am blogging about for the entire month of April. And I am here to help you get some ideas.
What helped me was thinking about what I have posted about before, what posts of mine have gotten the most attention and what information I have that I can give that no one else can. My entire alphabet of posts for April are all based on Inspiration.
Another example: I found a blog all about camping and hiking and doing things related to that. The person running the blog talked about doing the A to Z challenge and that all their posts would be camping related.
So there are two examples to help you out! And here are just a few ideas’ you could use:
Favorite Books/ Authors, Mythology, Mythical creatures, Music, Movies, Writing Experiences, Fairies
Dragons (Yes I am pretty sure you could write 26 posts about Dragons and/or Fairies alone. I know I could write at least that many on Dragons)
Hobbies (of any kind)
The list is never- ending. If you truly cannot think of anything to write about, read the dictionary. (That’s always fun whether you’re doing it for research or fun anyway, and you would be amazed at how many words you can find that you never heard before!)
Best of luck! I look forward to seeing what everyone comes up with in April!