Tuesday, April 18, 2017

#AtoZChallenge - 4-19-2017 - Letter P

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Deepa said...

#apom P for Pink  

Rob Z Tobor said...

Rob Z Tobor

Click said...

Letters to my Embryos: P is for Phone Call @ Click's Clan

J Lenni Dorner said...

My THEME for the A to Z challenge 2017 is an ongoing speculative fiction story featuring telepathy.
Each letter post is titled and inspired by a commonly misused word or phrase.
P= Hunger Pangs

J -- Co-host the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference and Speculative Fiction Writer

C.E. Flores said...

Your best chance for surviving a Pandemic is in La Yacata.

Novemberschild said...

Day 16 - alphabet P


Andy Escaping said...

Praying for a Miracle: Moving On After Divorce Part IV

Unknown said...

A to Z of poetry

Palindrome - Beach

Shawna Atteberry said...

Today P is for Poetry and my favorite poet, Emily Dickinson.

kaykuala said...

Hank is here:
P for Passerby with a Problem


Unknown said...

P is for Pd Chambers over at Illegal Aliens, where we discuss all things Roswell


Anonymous said...

Just making sure I don't forget to add my post today by getting in early.
Link: #AtoZChallenge P for Peculiar People - Odd Names
Name: Fran
Blog: TravelGenee
Theme: Sharing Family History via #GenealogyPhotoADay

Morgan Cartwright said...

Packing for Camping

Sandra Williamson said...

Snippets from the life of Martha Sarah Ellis.
P is for step-Parent

Sandra, Aspiring family historian, fellow participant in the #AtoZchallenge

Sandra's Ancestral Research Journal

Anne Young said...

Now I am wondering if the photo I have is correctly identified as Karl Bertz. Sometimes I find I know very little of my family history and have not yet had any luck in finding out more.
P is for Plaue, Germany

Anne Young

Anne's family history

Nilanjana Bose said...

P is for...hang on...P? not legally Permitted

Theme : Arabiana

crgalvin said...

Theme: My memories of life on the farm in the 50s and 60s
Letter P Plenty of peas
Carmel | Earlier Years

Tupeak Hope said...

Theme: Living with chronic health issues, patient self-advocacy & empowerment.
Letter P: Pain Management

ozzypip said...

The next block in my A to Z quilt is Peace and Plenty Peace and Plenty

Philipa (Ozzypip)
Quilter and blogger
Blogging her way through an A to Z quilt
Ozzypip Quilts

Karnika Kapoor said...

Hi! Today I wrote about Period and PMS
The Period And PMS
Best Wishes!

Mandy said...

Exploring a pretty hotel made of ice!


Harvest Moon by Hand said...

Each day I’m doing a post of random topics based on homeschooling files I’m going through and decluttering.

Today’s topics: Peanuts, Pigs, and Platypuses

Random Musings said...

Here's P :)
April in Motivational Quotes - #AtoZChallenge Day 16 - P

Anonymous said...

a pantoum from me today :)

lindamaycurry said...


What was William Robbie's Panorama? Fact or Fiction-Family Stories

Unknown said...

Blog: If I Only Had A Time Machine
Theme: History lessons from
We Didn’t Start the Fire From A to Z: Letter P

Keith's Ramblings said...


It's another day in Amble Bay. Let me tell you about the annual Produce Prizegiving Ceremony

Amble Bay's Produce Prizegiving

Anonymous said...

Click here for Chapter P of my A to Z Choose Your Own Adventure (AC)! Comment to vote for the next choice and come back tomorrow for the reveal of the next installment in the novel: Runaway!

Kalpana said...

P is for Peace
peace #Kalpanaawrites

Anonymous said...

P is for Purple Sweet Potatoes

Blikachuka said...

I am blogging about books I read before I started the blog:
My A to Z:
Possum Magic

Shailaja V said...

*P for Peaceful: Shailaja/The Moving Quill*

Theme: An Oxymoron in 100 words (Micro Fiction)
Category Writing (WR)

Unknown said...

Lots of words in today's poem that begin with the Letter P for the #AtoZChallenge: Pharisee, preach, pray, perfect, pious — can you tell I like alliteration?

#AtoZChallenge: Letter P

Julie said...

Name: Julie
Blog: Reading Life
Theme: Books, Books and More Books!
Letter P: The Passage

Ashmita from Chaoticsoulzzz said...

Here's a new post by Chaoticsoulzzz

Price Tag Mechanism


Chris Votey said...

Character Astrology Profiles

P - Penguin (Virgo + Monkey)

Lancelot Quadras said...

Name - Lancelot Quadras
Blog - One Mind, A Million Thoughts
Theme - Weird Words
Link - P is for Pantomnesia

Denise said...

We are back in Amsterdam.
Denise at My Life in Retirement Pot

Radhika said...

Hi all,
Theme: Kaleidoscope of thoughts
Letter P- Prayer

Parul said...

Pink or blue – they are just colors. 
P for Pink

Anonymous said...

My theme is Strange Feelings, flash fiction based on words to describe feelings we have every day. (But the word may not be real. You guess.) P is for Paro

QP & Eye said...

Name: Linda Stewart
Blogs at QP & EYE
A-Z Theme: Values
Letter P: Photography

Jamie said...


Phew! Praise for Phytochemicals in Garlic!
The holidays of April is my Theme.

Unknown said...

Writing got you down? Come laugh at it!

26 Things To Hate About Writing: P is for Plot

Unknown said...

Have you ever prayed hard to get things to happen your way?? Has it worked? Know about our experience in this short story. Power Of Prayer


Team MocktailMommies
"Collage Of Life"
Collage Of Life

Saraallie said...

Blog: Sara Writes
Theme: All About Sara’s Baked Creations ~ My Obsession With Baking
Pineapple Dreams ~ ChocoNapple Dream Cake

Abbie said...

The Abbie
Abbie’s Adventure Diaries
Theme: Lessons Learned At 30
Panic destroys you

coach-daddy said...

I've a guest post from Kathy of The Second Half of My Life, on Too Many Projects, Not Enough Time. (That's not cheating, is it?)


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

Debbie D. said...

Latest Post: PAINT IT BLACK: Jealousy and blood.

cutiebootie said...

P is for playoff hockey

My blog has adult content.

Nick Wilford said...

Black & White snippets: short scenes featuring characters, places and concepts from my forthcoming YA dystopian trilogy.
P is for Perfect Avenue
All about the high-end hangout for Harmonia's elite.

Noah Dietz said...

P is for Periphery, a rather good band.

Song a Day
P is for Periphery

Anonymous said...

My Lifeblood Songs
Put a Little Love in Your Heart
Annie at ~McGuffy's Reader~

Cynthia Rodrigues Manchekar said...

Name: Cynthia Rodrigues Manchekar
Blog: A Few Drops Of Ink
Theme: Foreign Words with No English Equivalent
Link: Pelinti Bula and Pilkunnussija: Exotic Words with no English Equivalent

L.G. Keltner said...

L.G. Keltner
Writing Off the Edge
P is for Peace

Bernadette Braganza said...

P for Purple

Sayanti Deb said...

Name: Sayanti Deb
Blog: The Beauty Of Life
A to Z Theme: Exploring The Beauty Of Living.
Letter P: Perception

Bob Scotney said...

P for Preston Hall only five miles from our home. http://bit.ly/2oTODxU

Michelle Wallace said...

In Darkness Be Light!
LINK: Writer In Transit

The Unknown Journey Ahead said...

P is for People First. http://agingonthespectrum.blogspot.com/2017/04/people-first-atozchallenge.html

Neha said...

Positive Attitude can help you overcome any difficulty. My micro story about the same

Sophie Duncan said...

Morning all!

Dragon Diaries - P is for Patrik

malraj said...

Letter P - Psithurism

Anonymous said...

Blog: Lynnelives, random, eclectic
Theme: Gardening, Lynne style
P is for Peas

JazzFeathers said...

Name: JazzFeathers (Sarah Zama)
Blog: The Old Shelter
A to Z Theme: 1940s Film Noir
Letter P: Psychoanalysis. The secret pact between viewers and film noir
Link: http://theoldshelter.com/psychoanalysis-1940s-film-noir-atozchallenge/

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Letter P - coming up .. enjoy ...

Operation Awesome said...

Prioritizing the Writer’s Life via a Business Plan
The Theme at Operation Awesome is the Publishing Journey.

Today's guest post is by Becca Puglisi.


Mary B said...

Name: Mary Burris
Blog: Jingle Jangle Jungle
Theme: #AtoZChallenge 1970's Billboard Hits
#AtoZChallenge 1970's Billboard Hits - P is for...

Geethica said...

Do you have the P-PERSEVERANCE in you to reach your goal?

Tamara said...

P is for Plan & Prep in terms of healthy food


Lady In Read said...

LadyInRead @ MyRandRSpace - Day 19 & Poppin-P

ElenaSquareEyes said...

Today on my A-Z of my Favourite Things, P is for Red Panda.

Sara C. Snider said...

Theme: Magical and Medicinal Herbs
Today’s Post: Poppy

Mail Adventures said...

Name: Eva
Blog: Mail Adventures
#AtoZ Theme: Postcards
Letter P: Paradise. Everybody has one.

Tasha Duncan-Drake said...

Good morning - today I had to make up my werewolf, so you have some flash fiction too.
P is for James Potter & Paul
Tasha's Thinkings - Shapeshifters and Werewolves

SENCO Cat Herder said...

Is P going to be the Perfect Post?

Jemima Pett said...

Persistence (and #Fi50)
Jemima on the letter P

Mr Percy Pig said...

Percy on Pellets

Christine O Cheallaigh said...

Here's my entry for today...


Sue Bursztynski said...

Today's post on spies and spying is about Dusko Popov, who may have inspired James Bond. Enjoy! P is For Popov, Dusko Popov

Arti said...

Pause for poetry or Petra, you choose.
Poetry, Petra or Pottery

Iain Kelly said...

Name: Iain Kelly
Blog: Iain Kelly Writing

P is for Panda The latest part in the crime thriller story.

Catch up here: Previous Installments

Sharon Himsl said...

P for Merit Ptah

"Female Scientists Before Our Time"

Alex Daw said...

P is for periodicals, podcasts. preserving and publishing FAMILY TREE FROG

Gossip_Grl said...

Today for the letter P is about Promoting Awareness


Trin Carl said...

P is for Plays

I included clips of the performances


Narinder Bhatia said...

My name is Narinder and my blog is titled "Create Your Best"
My 16th post of the challenge is P is for PURPOSE

Cathy Kennedy said...

If I say, "Pretty please" will you come see my post, Art Sketching Through the Alphabet "P" (Princess & Prince)? Happy A2Zing, pals!

~Curious as a Cathy

Anonymous said...

Peter’s story

Sue from Sue's Trifles

Unknown said...

P entry https://kim153.wordpress.com/2017/04/19/pangolins-of-southern-africa-atozchallenge-p

moon said...

P is for permanence

Unknown said...
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Jz said...

More random thoughts:
P is for Predestination

Ipsita Banerjee said...

P is for Payesh #Desserts #AtoZChallenge http://asliverofmoonbeam.blogspot.in/2017/04/p-payesh-atozchallenge.html

Linda Gardiner said...

Pegboard is today's topic. Love the stuff!
Pegboard I'm curious what others do for storage solutions.

AJ said...


Vinodini said...





Ipsita Banerjee said...

P: Phrontistery https://ipsitabanerjee.com/2017/04/19/p-phrontistery-atozchallenge/

messymimi said...

It's not working much, but i'm looking for things to get Peaceful.

Ronel Janse van Vuuren said...

A quick look at the folklore of the Phouka and how it's portrayed in modern literature, before we take a look at how it acts in the Labyrinth and in my writing.
Playful Phoukas

Alana said...

Outdoor games of my Bronx youth - Potsy and Playgrounds http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/04/potsy-and-playgrounds-atozchallenge.html

Usha said...

Photo theme - P for Pattern

Her Grace, Heidi, the Duchess of Kneale said...

P is for Planet (and yes, you can still call Pluto a planet).

Clear night tonight? Go out and look east. Jupiter is looking really obvious and bright. You'll know it's a planet and not a star, because planets don't twinkle.

Unknown said...

P is for Paleontology in my LEGO themed post of the day!
True North Brick - P is for Paleontology

Crackerberries said...

People Pleasing

Beth Lapin said...

My day is off to a POSITIVE start.

Affirmations for a Good Life

Lauren said...

P is for Panic in my mental health themed challenge on Milly's Guide.

Lisa said...

I'm sure anyone who has visited my blog n this challenge can guess (correctly!) what song will be on there today!
"P" hair band songs #atozchallenge

C.D. Gallant-King said...

More weird Canadian trivia and history:

P - Pussy Blackface and Margaret Marshall Saunders

Suzy said...

Daily Thoughts Suzy at Someday Somewhere - Patience

Kara Leigh Miller said...

P is for Procrastination and how it can help your writing! https://anaiahpress.wordpress.com/2017/04/19/p-procrastination/

Molly of Molly's Canopy said...

Blog - Molly’s Canopy (family history/genealogy)
Theme - Whispering Chimneys: My Altamont childhood...where my genealogy journey began.
P is for Peg: My postwar mom


Molly’s Canopy

M. Denise C. said...

Hard to believe it is Wednesday!
Edward Michael “Ned” Pakenham
Cheers, MDC

Sandra Ulbrich Almazan said...

What makes Pouncer such a special anilink?

Unknown said...

Today's flash fiction is Piece of cake

Raven | everywhere and nowhere

Wolf of Words said...

It is my life as a Pokemon Gym Leader on today's Wolf of Words.

Unknown said...

My theme is Music: Favourite Artists - P is for Paul McCartney

Karen Lynn said...

I'm still blogging the letter M, and today's M is the Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway.
It's one of America's favorite cog railways.

sage said...

P is for Perseus


Trudy said...

Theme: Food in Film, with today’s starring role: Pancakes

Trudy @ Reel Focus

Rodney's Saga said...

This Is Why I Am Paranoid Around The Barn
A near miss
Katherine at Rodney's Saga: Horses, Life, A Touch of Geek.

cheryl lennox said...

P is for Poppies

Natasha said...


Travel Epiphanies:
Precious Cotton

This is my story set in the sunny island of Singapore.

shalz75 said...

Parsi food and my palate

Read my quirky travel tales!!!

Wendy of the Rock said...

It's all a matter of perspective with my letter P

Dean K Miller said...

It's a purple poem today by Zachary Gilbert: https://deankmiller.com/2017/04/19/national-poetry-month-and-blogging-from-a-to-z-poets-on-display-letter-p/

Harvey Heilbrun said...

My What if...? today looks for a new type of political climate: Politics, not as usual, Please!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you've experienced one or two of these. P is for potholes en photo. My Virtual Vineyard

Shari Elder said...

Theme: Crafting Complex Villains
Letter P: Practices of Great Villains: Show us, President Snow
Shari Elder Author: Life’s a Story, Write it Bold

Susan said...

The most important thing is to



Color Me Writing

KatyTrailCreations said...

Quilts and Quotes theme
@randallbychance on Twitter from

Molly said...

Journaling: P is for Prompts (visual)

Unknown said...

Lots of history in today's post on Pudding Lane

Josefine from
Getting to the end

Unknown said...

Today's unusually strange tale takes out two birds with one stone. It's the letter 'P' in the A to Z and my entry for the WEP blog hop (hosted by the amazing Yolanda Renee and Denise Covey)!

So here it is, my take on WEP's April theme of 'Peace and Love': Peacekeepers

Manisha said...

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

Letter P: Proposal

rajlakshmi said...

Postcards from Parliament House, Australia
Travel Tales

rajlakshmi said...

Can you plow :D

FinnBadger said...

Mail art from A to Z.

Phillip | P is for Paper Bags

Laurel Garver said...

Theme: writing prompts to stretch your creativity, warm up or start a new story
Laurel's Leaves: P = Pride

Holding Daisies, Counting Stars said...

P is for Personal Space. What would you do if you were deprived of touch? http://www.holdingdaisiescountingstars.com/2017/04/p-personal-space.html

Susanne Matthews said...

P is for pride. A good or a bad thing? LINK

Lori said...

P is for Poor, Pitiful Pluto

Carolyn Astfalk said...

Blogging from A to Z Challenge: P is for Pirates

Carolyn Astfalk
My Scribbler’s Heart

Deborah Weber said...

Stop by for a dose of tranquility, peace, and pronoia

Deborah Weber


Celia Reaves said...

Check out today's haiku puzzle - they're quick and fun! WordWacker

Laura @ Literacious said...

P is for
The importance of loving what you do!

shirley dietz said...

A fashion post from an unfashionable person PURSES

Emily in Ecuador said...

My Life In Ecuador | Post-Earthquake makeshift camps
About two makeshift camps after the 7.8 Ecuador earthquake

Donna Smith said...

PBE4UGO - The Maine vanity plate special and a poem for today -
Donna Smith
Mainely Write

SlimExpectations said...

P stands for Practical

lissa said...

~ my P post - Promote Art Giveaway ~ win an art print from some of my favorite artists

have a lovely day, everyone.

Anne M Bray said...

Still playing A-Z BINGO?
Find something GREEN here: http://repeatsamb.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-p-vogpearlhart-ifjm2017.html
Or a TRUCK: https://annembray.wordpress.com/2017/04/19/atozchallenge-p/

Sylvia Ney said...

My "P" post for Scotland: http://writinginwonderland.blogspot.com/2017/04/pitlochry-potter-and-piping-centre.html

Dena Pawling said...

Supreme Court cases that changed life in the US
P is for Property

S.K. Dubois said...

Only 10 more episodes. Catch up with the witches and magic. Episode 16: Pilgrimage
Sorchia's Universe

Addison Albright said...

Name: Addison Albright
Blog: Stories That Make You Smile
A to Z Theme: ’Til Death Do Us Part
* * Today's A to Z Post * * → P is for Parents

Girl Who Reads said...

I'm discussing Photos for posts, Photo prompts, and Photo challenges today at Girl Who Reads.

Weekends in Maine said...

Here is a link to my post for P from my blog Weekends in Maine. Thanks for visiting! P is for Pike's Original Garden Hod | Practical and Beautiful.

Jean Davis said...

Editing Fiction: Point of View
Discarded Darlings - Jean Davis, Speculative Fiction Writer, A to Z: Editing Fiction

Nicki Mags said...

P is for Parker Pyne Investigates by Agatha Christie

pilch92 said...

p is for pickle- catnip crocheted pickle

Anonymous said...

Girls & women at 5? seriously! P for Princesses

Sharon E. Cathcart said...

P is for Preservation Hall

Sharon E. Cathcart
Award-winning Author of Fiction Featuring Atypical Characters

Shelley N Greene said...

Theme: Scrapbooking

Aj @ Read All The Things! said...

Blog: Read All The Things!
Theme: Bookish memories
Post: P is for “Plague.” Some things are better as memories.

Aj @ Read All The Things!

Aidyl Ewoh said...

P is for Planning:


Giggling Fattie said...

P is for Professors


Nandhini Chandrasekeran said...

P for Pride #MotherhoodEmotions

Birgit said...

Oops for not posting the last 2 times...bummer for me! So it's the Letter P, come to my blog...Birgit talking movies and such... http://createdbybb.blogspot.ca/2017/04/a-to-z-challenge-letter-p.html

Jacqui said...

My #AtoZChallenge theme is Literary Genres:

P is for Psychological Thrillers

em said...

Zombie Flamingos, Welcome to James Bay: P is for Pilot

Sara said...

Today in Statistics in Action: P is for P-Value

Heather M. Gardner said...

Challenge accepted. :)

The Waiting is the Hardest Part
Theme: Everything, Nothing & Stuff In-between
Letter: P is for Pratt. Chris Pratt.
Link: http://hmgardner.blogspot.com/2017/04/4-19-2017-atozchallenge-p-is-for-pratt.html
Co-Host, 2017 Blogging from A to Z April Challenge

Unknown said...

I'm writing a 26-part story using a different one word writing prompt each day.

Paranoia: A to Z Challenge 2017 Post #16

Marion Westerling said...

P is for Peace


Andrew said...
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Andrew said...

Link: P is for Provocateur
Vicky needs to find the source of a riot that is forming before it gets worse.

Jayashree Srivatsan said...


Heather Erickson said...

MY theme is cancer. Today's post is about the parental guilt that comes with a cancer diagnosis and having young children or teens who still need your waning time and energy. /LINK

Tamara Narayan said...

Theme: Conspiracy Theories

P is for Prohibition Poison


Unknown said...

P is for Pathos and Deep POV
Theme: Components of Literature.
Added post: Indirect Discourse in Third-Person Limited POV

Anita Sabat said...

P for Princess
Hey Princess! You'll soon be Queen! Your crown may or may not be seen...
A Poem-
'Princess to Queen' #AtoZChallenge

Rebecca M. Douglass said...

Featuring two characters today, since I couldn't slight either!
The Ninja Librarian’s Favorite Characters

Maggie C said...

Daily 3- line poem (5-7-5, haiku form); first letter of each line same as the letter of the day.

P is for Pancakes
Maggie C
What Rhymes with Stanza

Libertas said...

Today at Talking It Out we're talking about the war on Planned Parenthood and why it isn't the enemy some think it is.

Deb Atwood said...

Blogging about novels for young adults. P is for Persevere.

kiraelise said...

Kira Elise
A to Z Challenge theme: What I See, Hear, and Feel
P is for Patience

Ishieta@Isheeria said...

AtoZofHealing - P is for Prayers

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

Hope you will visit me :)
"*Ishieta @ Isheeria's*

Laura Roberts @ Buttontapper Press said...

Philosophically and Potentially Perfect Jobs, today at World's Coolest Jobs!

Liz A. said...

Today at Laws of Gravity, Vaughn (a student I wrote about before) was the one to give the students some assistance. (Vaughn is the last student one would expect to be good at, well, school.) Peer Help

The Plagued Parent said...

Philosophy anyone?

Barbara In Caneyhead said...

Perspectives: Pretenders & Posers at Life & Faith in Caneyhead

Isa-Lee Wolf said...

If you don't do it, please, please tell me how!

A to Z Challenge: Procrastination

Isa-Lee Wolf

A Bit 2 Read

Tracey At Home said...

My theme is mostly made up holidays
Today is "Ah, Phooey Day"

djinnia said...


Melissa Ann said...

A to Z Challenge 2017: P reading my way through the alphabet

Ash said...

P is for Post Box

Sue said...

P is for The Piano, Academy Award winner for Best Original Screenplay. Here's my review: The Piano

Andy said...

Today's #AtoZChallenge in China: Pengyou (friend) — are the Chinese really not friendly?

Name: Andy
Blog: coolkidandy.wordpress.com
#AtoZChallenge theme: Chinese Adventure

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!"

Impromptu Promptlings
A to Z Challenge Letter O&P

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