IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Tenth Anniversary of the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge after survey opens on May 3, 2019. Reflections open on May 6.


Friday, April 29, 2016

Y - You, Your, You're and You Are "AWESOME"

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I am back again and almost at the end of this A TO Z CHALLENGE... how have you all done this year? It has been great I always seem to make friends and visit some very cool sites, this year was no different.  I being a co/host for a few years now has been great and I always am trying to keep you all on your toes.  Like why is FRANKENBERRY in this post?  Well in my last posts a few days ago, I shared my stuff, my goods and well it's FREE. So I thought I would share me and myself again, hopefully you will like it... share it... comment? It's called "SIX STRINGS" it's a free magazine for your Ipad, E.T.C and it's about everything I love. I made a special A TO Z EDITION of the you can get it here: http://www.jmhdigital.com/

Our GREAT friend Mark Kelly has hand-drawn the letters above for us and helped us design our CHALLENGE T-SHIRT [CLICK ME] that is located at the end of this magazine. So get a looky-loo at it, as it will be available. I hope you all have been enjoying this 2016 Challenge... thanks to all the host, co-hosts, minions and of course you guys.

THANK YOU!
Jeremy [RETRO]

Credits:
Alphabet Letters Designed by Mark Kelly
http://theopenhearth.blogspot.com/

SIX STRINGS: MAGAZINE
Designed by Jeremy Hawkins

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27 comments:

Kala Ravi said...

Yayy, we are nearing the end! I am so happy with myself! This being my first time, I learned a lot of new things! I made so many new and wonderful friends, read some amazing blogs and built a lot of good-will. Thanks AtoZ!
@KalaRavi16 from
Relax-N-Rave

Deepti Agarwal said...

Seems like an interesting magazine... Just a day more than what????


http://serendipityofdreams.blogspot.in/2016/04/yawl.html

Heather M. Gardner said...

Awesome work, Jeremy!
Always!

Heather

Nissa Annakindt said...

I've enjoyed doing A to Z even though I've missed a few days due to a computer death and a worsening of my carpal tunnel problems.

I'm hoping to get back into the regular-blogging habit again and doing the challenge really helps.

http://myantimatterlife.wordpress.com

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

The Challenge Six Strings cover is awesome!

Donna H said...

Wow. This task seemed daunting in the beginning but it went pretty smoothly thanks to my team at Girl Who Reads

betty said...

Its always a wild adventure with the A/Z, but I'm always a bit saddened when it ends.

betty

Kathleen Valentine said...

I've had a great time this year. I've found several wonderful new blogs and received lots of visitors. What more can you ask for?

@Kathleen01930
Meet My Imaginary Friends
#AtoZchallenge

Parul said...

Just another day to go and I feel great. Found new friends and did well personally :)

Anonymous said...

one more day...
https://ladyleemanila.wordpress.com/2016/04/29/y-is-for-yoyo/

jazzy tower said...

https://thoughtsandentanglements.wordpress.com/

Yay!!! I hung in:)

Nilanjana Bose said...

I had loads of fun! I read a tonne of really cool blogs. I had great, supportive visitors, new and old. What more can one wish for?

Cheryl-Lynn Roberts said...

https://tracesofthesoul.wordpress.com/2016/04/29/y-is-for-you-haibun/

Patricia Lynne said...

One more day and then we wrap up for another year. =D

~Ninja Minion Patricia Lynne aka Patricia Josephine~
Story Dam
Patricia Lynne, Indie Author

Michelle Wallace said...

Another challenge has come and now there's one more post left...can you believe it's over...?
Writer In Transit

Tournesol CLR said...

One more to go...https://cheryllynnroberts.wordpress.com/?p=8975&preview=true

Jeanne Bryan Insalaco said...

I had so much fun in this challenge and enjoyed all the blogs I visited. I'll be back next year. Congrats to all who finished!!! My blog on Southern food and memories is at: https://everyonehasafamilystorytotell.wordpress.com/2016/04/29/blogging-from-a-to-z-april-2016-y/

kaykuala said...

Yes, just one more to go:

http://imagery77.blogspot.my/2016/04/it-has-always-been-numbers-game.html

Hank

kaykuala said...

Yes, just one more to go:

http://imagery77.blogspot.my/2016/04/it-has-always-been-numbers-game.html

Hank

Satyavathi V said...

Jeremy,you are indeed awesome.Your creativity knows no limits.And its fun to be part of this challenge with people like you :)
https://uniqusatya.wordpress.com/

J.L. Campbell said...

Well done, Jeremy! You rock!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Jeremy - congratulations and I've loved the creative designs I keep seeing appearing ... clever and imaginatively creative .. cheers HIlary

Anonymous said...

In the end I lost it and couldn't follow the blogs. But today I am catching up - and can't believe it that it's over. Thanks to you all "of the lab" who had all the work with the challenge.

ClaoWue
from
Potpourri

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Lissa Johnston said...

I stumbled across Mark Kelly's blog earlier today. LOVE his A-Z designs. May have to borrow for my recap post - waiting to hear from him re permission to share.

BTW I've put together a Listly of participants like yourself who have written a challenge recap here http://list.ly/list/17Wd-2016-a-to-z-challenge-wrap-ups

Barbara In Caneyhead said...

Oh, Jeremy, the Challenge was as exciting, satisfying, and grueling as ever! I don't IPad. I don't even smart phone anymore to save $$. But I'm sure your magazine rocks, like most of the things you do, do. (Did I really just say doo-doo?!) I will be ordering a T-shirt when I get through paying for my super smart daughter to take all kinds of tests in her Jr. year. I have offered up a celebratory post for all the AtoZ Champions out there!
Barbara
Visit me at
Life & Faith in Caneyhead

jayni said...

When I was collecting material for a political gossip column, and someone said something interesting, I would wait for them to add, 'and I don't want to read that in your magazine!' In which case I wouldn't use it. But if they didn't remember to say it, I'd nip off to the loo, write the story up, come back and change the subject.
kratom leaf