Friday, November 7, 2014

#atozchallenge #roadtrip - Stormy is napping on the job!

It's ME!

Stormy the Weather Gnome!

We're changing things up a bit so you don't get bored.

Don't worry, we're still on the road to nowhere, still can't drive 55, AND still running against the wind.

I'm a little nap-ish today (too much Halloween partying) so I'm going to introduce some friends and their A to Z Challenge themes!

Zalka Csenge Virág / - The Multicolored Diary

We call her Csenge! And awesome. Her amazing theme?

Tales With Colors - posting about folktales, myths and legends that have something to do with a certain color of the day.

E is for Ebony. M is for Mint and Love in the Underworld. Red is for Red and not just Riding Hood. X is for Xanadu, the color not the movie.

You've got to check these posts out! Beautiful and informative.

Susan Gourley/Kelley - Susan Says

Susan writes fantasy, romance and science fiction. Her theme for the A to Z Challenge?

World Building - Susan asks some really important questions about the worlds we create in our stories for each letter of the alphabet.

From Art and Architecture to Kinship to Politics to Race to Vocations. Going more in depth on any of these subjects is a great way to make a story richer and more believable.

How is your road trip going?


Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Thanks for putting my blog in the old GPS. I love talking about world building but am still kicking around ideas for this year.

Sheena-kay Graham said...

Different blogs have their own appeal. Popped by The Multi-colored Diary.

Stephen Tremp said...

I have my theme but will wait to announce next year. I'm already writing out my posts and should have them finished and preposted by year end.

Gina Gao said...

Currently I'm very satisfied with the theme on my blog. But it all might change later.

Anonymous said...

This trip sounds great, I was resting from blogging when it started so am not taking part.
Have a good time , enjoyed the post.

Michelle Wallace said...

I visited both Csenge and Susan during this year's challenge.
Csenge's color-filled and vibrant AtoZ 2014 posts were also highly informative!
Susan also had GREAT world-building ideas during the challenge.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Heather - glad to see Stormy takes the odd nap ... and yes both those bloggers offer up great examples ... I'm following them along.

I've my ideas for next year - but better get to it .. cheers Hilary

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TheCyborgMom said...

Poor Stormy looks hungover! Get that gnome to an AA meeting!