Words from the Bird:
We will soon be announcing our individual co-host subordinate administrative assistant teams. Alex has already announced his. I will be doing so on my Friday post at Tossing It Out. Soon we will also be adding a special tab at the top of the A to Z Blog page with our helpers listed. Be sure to stop in to get to know all of these fine bloggers and follow their blogs along with those of the co-hosts. We are all here to make the Challenge more fun and more efficient for everyone. We appreciate the support you give us.
The A to Z Team will be trying to address as many of the concerns some of you have been asking about here on this blog in the weeks to come. If there are any topics that you would especially like to see us discuss here please let us know. Watch this blog for important A to Z updates.
A to Z Luvs U:
Tomorrow is Valentines Day so don't forget the one you love. Over the past couple of weeks many of you have been showing some A to Z Challenge love with some truly endearing promo posts. It's so nice to see so many love letters in honor of the letters of the alphabet and the Challenge that goes hand in hand with those letters.
Here are a few bloggers who luv the A to Z Challenge enough to have included a post on their blog about it:
Thank you Belinda Nicoll at My Rite of Passage for telling your readers about what you're planning for April. Sounds like a great idea to me!
Don't worry, Deena at e-bookbuilders. You sound like a natural for the Challenge and I think you'll do a great job if your A to Z promo post is any indication.
Danielle Zecher has decided to take on another Challenge after enjoying last year's A to Z. She talks about it in her post on the blog Sweet Tea Reads.
Sunni at Surviving Life announced the Challenge and at the same time did her bit of public service with instructions on how to remove the Captcha word verification from Blogger blogs. If you're still wondering about this process, check out Sunni's post.
Rebekah Loper says she's not going to do this year's Challenge, but she gave us a very nice promo post. Maybe she'll talk herself into participating after she reads her own post.
Teresa at Journaling Woman added her own bit of Challenge news with a reminder for others to sign up. Good to hear from you, Teresa!
Carol Kilgore tossed her blog into the A to Z fray. Stop by Under the Tiki Hut to wish her well.
A challenge enthusiast from India, Phil of Philipscom posted a big announcement about Blogging from A to Z on his blog.
Keep Spreading the Word:
Thanks to all of you who have been telling others about the April Challenge. I know that there are many more than I have listed here. Feel free to promote each other's A to Z posts with your own posts. A big part of the A to Z Challenge is about networking and building community. Be sure to keep on visiting the list and making new friends.
The A to Z Challenge is all about the participants! And we luv all of you!