Friday, May 2, 2014
Easy Friday #atozchallenge
A Big Thanks!
Hope everyone is catching up with some rest and relaxation after the conclusion of this fantastic A to Z Challenge of 2014. It was a good one in my eyes and I wanted to take a moment to thank the incredible crew of co-hosts that we had this year. So much creative input and active participation from everyone from this blog, to the Facebook page, to the Twitter Chats, and everything else that went on from the A to Z Team. Be sure to stop by all of their blogs to give your gratitude.
Here is the A to Z Team with their links:
Arlee Bird: Tossing it Out
Alex J. Cavanaugh: Alex J. Cavanaugh
Stephen Tremp: Author Stephen Tremp
Tina Downey: Life is Good
Damyanti Biswas: Amlokiblogs
Jeremy Hawkins: [Being Retro]
Nicole Ayers: The Madlab Post
M. J. Joachim: M. J. Joachim's Writing Tips
Heather M. Gardner: The Waiting is the Hardest Part
AJ Lauer: Naturally Sweet
Pam Margolis: An Unconventional Librarian -
Also at the tab at the top labeled "Co-host Helpers and Assistants (2014)" you'll find the list of the folks who provided invaluable assistance in helping monitor the list and spreading goodwill throughout the blogs. Be sure to visit these bloggers as well to show your appreciation.
Don't Forget Monday!
Yes, this coming Monday May 5th we'll open the list for you to add the link that goes directly to your A to Z Reflections Post. This is the time when you let your thoughts about April be known and to make suggestions to make next year's Challenge better. Some of these posts are already up and you can put yours up anytime between now and Friday May 9th when the Linky List will close. Don't forget to add the link to your Reflections Post when the list opens on Monday.
A Badge for You
Most of all we want to thank you the participants. The part you played in April was the real success of A to Z. If you finished the 2014 A to Z Challenge be sure to grab the survivor badge to add to your own site. And be watching the A to Z Blog for more post-Challenge news. April may be over, but there's still more to come for A to Z.