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Monday, April 17, 2017

#AtoZChallenge - 4-18-2017 - Letter O



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Ipsita Banerjee said...

#Desserts with #oatmeal. The O post. @AprilA2Z #AtoZChallenge http://asliverofmoonbeam.blogspot.in/2017/04/o-oatmeal-desserts-atozchallenge.html

Rodney's Saga said...

Milton’s Overtime
Horses are supposed to like being out at pasture. Mine, not so much.
Katherine at Rodney's Saga: Horses, Life, A Touch of Geek.

Eva Blaskovic said...

Today's post is "O is for Oppression"
https://evablaskovic.com/2017/04/18/o-is-for-oppression/
Theme: Components of Literature

Donna B. McNicol said...

DB McNicol | Oh, the places we will go! | Oregon & Oahu

Heather Erickson said...

My theme is cancer. Today, O is for Oncology Care Teams. It takes a lot of people to give comprehensive care. Here are just a few of the health care professionals that participate...LINK

Pat Holloway said...

Pat Holloway - theme is photography
O is for Opuntia and Owl Pellets
LINK

Sneha. s.kumar said...

Hello Friends,
I am Sneha from Life as a Potpourri and this is my second year into #AtoZChallenge and am talking about my hometown the Amazing Andamans And my 15th post is about the Out of Ordinary - Limestone Caves and Jarawa Tribes
Happy blogging :)
~~ gal from the island ~~

Namratha said...

Celebrating 'Women & their work' all April @NamySaysSo Oprah Winfrey

Stacy Uncorked said...

Oak and Oxidation #AtoZChallenge with the Letter "O"!

Home Winemaking – ‘O’ for Oak and Oxidation #AtoZChallenge

Anonymous said...

Hello, here is my post on the letter O:

Omar

Ishieta@Isheeria said...

AtoZofHealing - O is for OM


I am also dabbling in some dark poetry (short) creativeness on: Link "

"*Ishieta @ Isheeria's*

Josie Two Shoes said...

A to Z Theme: "Circle of Hope" - A serial story involving 26 women in a small Midwest town
O is for Opal

Nancy said...

Theme: Who is God?
O is for Omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent
Blog:Filled to Empty

Thanks for looking and have a blessed day!

sai ramya said...
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Madhumita Phukan said...

O for ‘Optimism misplaced’
LINK

sai ramya said...

Hello my story for the day is Occasional Love
Do read it.
Thank you

Noah Dietz said...

I have a guest post from my brother today, hope ya like it!

Song a Day
O is for Oh, Sleeper

Anita said...

O- On The Way
'On The Way' #AtoZChallenge

Sylvia van Bruggen said...

Having an off-day? Treat yo'self :)

stacey Schneller said...

O is for One Fete in the Grave.

http://staceyschneller0829.blogspot.com/2017/04/one-fete-in-grave-blogging-through.html?m=1

lorig said...

O is for Old and Optics as I journey through the creative life.

AuraOfThoughts MeenalSonal said...

O for Ode to Siblings


@MeenalSonal AuraOfThoughts

shirley dietz said...

Continuing with favorite things, O is for ORCHIDS

Carrie-Anne said...

Orithyia and Orestes
Ospedale di Santa Maria Nuova

The Plagued Parent said...

Letter O is for...
http://wp.me/p5u9VI-12R

Raven Avery said...

Today my flash fiction prompt is ooze

Raven | everywhere and nowhere

Nandhini Chandrasekeran said...

O for Overwhelming #MotherhoodEmotions
https://pagesfromserendipity.com/2017/04/18/o-for-overwhelming-10-overwhelming-os-of-my-motherhood-atozchallenge/

The Notebook Blogairy said...

Continuing with literary devices.
"O" is for Onomatopoeia

soccerspook said...

Oops, I Missed a Day

nisha said...

O for Ooops! I read it again!

Leetah Begallie said...

Theme: Graphic Design

O is for Orphans and Widows: http://leetahbegallie.com/o-orphans-widows

Niki said...

Niki here, blogging at A Texan's View of Upstate New York!
My theme is split: half posts about occupying my time while my husband was deployed last year, and half posts about different aspects of being an Usborne Books and More consultant!
Today's post is about: Old and Young Readers Alike!

susanbruck.com said...

LINK
My post for today on the theme of flowers is the orchid.

Gayatri Gadre said...

Today's post - Opera at London Coliseum - The Passenger

Susan said...

When you're the parent of a young adult child sometimes all you can do is hang in there!

http://colormewriting.blogspot.ca/2017/04/outlast.html

Lulu Newman said...

Do you want to build a snowman? Guess who I drew for O... ? lol! O is for... xx

Charan Deep Singh said...

Oh Brother!

A post about childhood antics of my brother and parenting

Claire Annette said...

O is for Overdue in today's Library Love post
Join the fun at OVERDUE!

Pamela Wright said...

Headed way up to the top of Scotland and the islands of Orkney.

O is for Orkney

Judy Rinehimer said...

O is for Organization - now published: http://coolrvers.blogspot.com/2017/04/o-is-for-organization-atozchallenge.html

Lisa said...

O is for . . .LINK

Manisha said...

Manisha from The Nimble Mime
A to Z Theme: Flash Fiction

Letter O: Oxygen

Darcy said...

A to Z 2017 ODIOUS

Doree Weller said...

Theme: 26 of the Best Characters in Fiction
Today's topic: O is for Owen Meany
Doree Weller

Adam said...

Academy Award Best Picture nominees and winner, today discusses letter O and Ordinary People.

A to Z Challenge - Ordinary People

Anonymous said...

Amy Harke-Moore
A Rural Girl Writes
The Simple Life: Inspiration and Practical Living.
O is for Old-timers
Old-timers

Andrea Lundgren said...

O for Opposition and how to make your villains more interesting.
Andrea Lundgren
Into the Writerlea Blog

Andrea Lundgren said...
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Andrea Lundgren said...

O is for Opposition and how to make villains more interesting.
Andrea Lundgren

Andrea Lundgren said...

Sorry for all the comments, but every time I delete them, I can no longer see them. Sorry!

Jade A. Waters said...

Poetry by Jade (AC)
I'm writing a month-long narrative poem called, "A Love Affair, From A to Z," with each segment starting with the letter of the day!
A Love Affair, From A to Z: "O" - Out They Go

Libertas said...

Today on Talking It Out is all about drugs, addiction, and Overdose.

Anonymous said...

Finding my oasis: https://amommasview.wordpress.com/2017/04/19/oasis-atozchallenge/

Laura Roberts @ Buttontapper Press said...

Original, Outstanding, Obtainable Jobs today at World's Coolest Jobs!

TheCyborgMom said...

My theme this year is Hot Men :) No worries...it's all PG

#HotMan Otherworldly Men

~Katie
TheCyborgMom

A Joyful Chaos said...

Peeking in my idea book again. O ~ O's from my Idea Book @ A Joyful Chaos

Anonymous said...

Once Upon a Time because that's how many of the best stories start.

At Milliways With a Pen said...

I keep posting, but forgetting to comment here with a link! Oh well. Today's short story is O is for Oblivion.

Liz A. said...

From Laws of Gravity--It's Tuesday, so it's "what if?" day... Owned

Natalie said...

I’m a writer, stepping outside my comfort zone and delving into crime writing. My theme is: Secret Diary Of A Serial Killer.

Here's my "O" post :) http://nataliewestgate.com/2017/04/oversight-secret-diary-of-a-serial-killer

Patricia said...

The Way I See It...O is for Optimism
Patricia'sPlace

debbie lynn said...

Owl on a fencepost
Owl

Living in Crimson said...

Name: Carmen
Blog: Living in Crimson
Challenge Theme: One Way Ticket to America
Letter O is for Ocean
Link: https://livingincrimsonblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/a-to-z-challenge-letter-o-ocean/

Thank you for reading! :)

Susie said...

O for Old Faithful...http://sucie49.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge20o-old-faithful-in.html

Carolyn Branch said...

O is for Opportunity and Overalla

Shan Jeniah Burton said...

Okay, okay.... I'm kind of late yet again. But not really, since it's not officially local midnight for most of another hour.

So, what happens when parents are their kids' friends? Openness, or "'onarchy"?

http://shanjeniahslovelychaos.com/lovely-chaos-blog/2017/2/23/o-openness-not-onarchy

Slices of an Unschooling Life
@shanjeniah
Indie Writer, Mom-in-Chief, and Joyful Learning Facilitator
Shan Jeniah's Lovely Chaos

Bobbie Kinkead said...

From the Ramayana - a short history of why Daeman Ravana takes over the three worlds.
OBSESSION

Anonymous said...

Hello Fellow A to Zers! Here is the latest installment of my ongoing fiction.
Name: Marquessa Matthews
Blog: Simply Marquessa
A to Z Theme: Hawaii
Letter O: Ohana "We're all dying Katie. Some of us are already dead but we just don't know it. The key is to live while we still have the chance..."
Link: http://marquessamatthews.com/2017/04/18/ohana/
OHANA

stacybuckeye said...

I fell in love with Ove, from A Man Called Ove.
https://stacybuckeye.com/2017/04/18/o-a-man-called-ove/

Anonymous said...

Hello Fellow A to Zers! Here is the latest installment of my ongoing fiction.
Name: Marquessa Matthews
Blog: Simply Marquessa
A to Z Theme: Hawaii
Letter O: Ohana "We're all dying Katie. Some of us are already dead but we just don't know it. The key is to live while we still have the chance..."
Link: http://marquessamatthews.com/2017/04/18/ohana/
OHANA

Akilah said...

Name: Akilah
Blog: The Englishist
A to Z Theme: Gratitude
Letter O: Other TV Options (“It was nice to watch something fun.”)
Link: http://wp.me/p14eyw-1Jm

Marcy said...

Marcy is blogging about October and Opera at http://marcyhowes.blogspot.com/2017/04/a-to-z-challenge-october-and-opera.html

storyteller said...

O- ON LIFE

https://storiesto.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/on-life/

jgifederizo said...

Here's my O: Ode Things

coach-daddy said...

It's a guest post today (is that cheating?) about having too many PROJECTS to finish. What do you have?
----------

Eli@CoachDaddy

P is for Too Many Projects, Not Enough Time (A Guest Post From Kathy of The Second Half of My Life)

Kate said...

The letter "O" brings poetry inspired by Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo`ole's "Over the Rainbow/What A Wonderful World."

Elizabeth McCleary said...

Sometimes flash fiction is the best. Sometimes it makes me crazy. O is for Oubliette.

Jak Cryton said...

My A to Z Entries at The Cryton Chronicles

I, Jak A to Z 2017: Olive Garden (Vlogging)
Generation Jak A to Z 2017: Our Lady Peace (Music)
Dreams in the Shade of Ink A to Z 2017: The Open Road (Flash Fiction/Poetry)
Meta MTG A to Z 2017: Oath of the Gatewatch (Magic: The Gathering)

The Cryton Chronicles on Facebook

Story Crossroads said...

For the Story Crossroads Blog, O is for Oil in Symbols in Stories from Around the World: https://storycrossroads.com/2017/04/18/o-is-for-oil-a-to-z-blog-challenge/

the late phoenix said...

THE OSBOURNES. REMEMBER WHEN MTV WAS GOOD? REMEMBER WHEN REALITY TV WAS GOOD?
http://thelatephoenix.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-o-is-for-osbournes.html

Barbara In Caneyhead said...

Perspectives: Office Politics at Life & Faith in Caneyhead

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Allyse Panaro said...

O is for Oerstedella schwienfurthiana & Oxalis regnellii (purple shamrock)

Lakshmi CV said...

O FOR OIL
Hoping to run on oiled wheels!

Chicky Kadambari said...

My post for today @ A to Z of Happiness: Optimism

Lakshmi CV said...

I am struggling with that too. I think the same bit of html code given in the a-z challenge page should work!

Ashwini Das said...

O for the Old Iron Box

Shirley Corder said...

How do you keep track of your blog posts? P is for Plan with Purpose as you Build a Better Blog. #AtoZchallenge.

Calensariel said...

Argh... Missed one over Easter so having to do a catch-up round with O & P. Come on over for a twofer and see if you can "Name That TV Show!"

Calen~
Impromptu Promptlings
A to Z Challenge Letter O&P

Disha said...

My post for the day is - Oops, I am outspoken! The link for the post is - LINK

Paresh Godhwani said...

O for on time

http://pareshg.com/2017/04/18/atozchallenge-life-in-local-train-on-time/

Jane Turley said...

O is for Otters and Onesies at The Witty Ways of a Wayward Woman.
O is for Otters and Onesies

Marie Rebelle said...

My O-post (adult content) - http://rebelsnotes.com/2017/04/orgasm-2/

Prabhat KS said...

name: prabhat ks
blog title: ink of love in fire; design is my desire
link: https://prabhatks.wordpress.com/2017/04/20/only-one/
theme or category: love
a quick description of post: (only-one)
love is written to express and flower in your smiling vest.
you are the only one quest of love to be in my request.
click to read more. If you like it please share. Thank you.
๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“
#only #one #poet #quest #atozchallenge #journey #blog #blogging #challenge
#NaPoWriMo #inkyfire #love #prabhatks #promt #wordpress

Kay Kauffman said...

https://suddenlytheyalldied.com/2017/04/18/oh-life/

Sumoflam said...

Still trying to catch up. O is for Offbeat Oddities

CRD said...

My 'O' post is a short story titled 'Office-ial Stance'.

It is a story about a young guy's response to his performance appraisal.

Here it is -> O for OFFICE-IAL STANCE

Anne E.G. Nydam said...

A-Z of Relief Block Print Artists: O is for Osimo

Aura World said...

Name: Aura with Writing
Blog: Aura with Writing
Letter O: Opportunist. Neil, Mary and Sam were classmates, best friends and companions for life. They were enjoying the final months of their college life as they would be graduating soon..
Link: Opportunist

Shwetha Krish said...


Orange on the go
A bow to the play of colors

Rik said...

******

Theme: 26 Political Principles
O is for: OLIGARCH

To see my post please visit the following link:
OLIGARCH

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