A to Z: Aftermath & Road Trip

survivor-atoz [2014]This is not an official A to Z reflection post. After April, I was too exhausted to even think of putting myself on another list, with any kind of deadline.

For now, I’m in a deadline free zone, as far as blogging is concerned. And my studio is waiting. And other things too. And I don’t care that you’re not supposed to start a sentence with “and”.

There are a few topics from April that are still on my mind, so I might get back to them later.

I want to thank those of you who were reading and leaving your own comments and thoughts during the intense month of April! Not to forget, huge thanks to the organising team for offering this challenge!

Post A-to-Z Road Trip [2013]I have just signed up for the A to Z Road Trip, which means that throughout the rest of the year, I will continue to visit blogs of other A to Z participants. 2000 people who managed to blog their way through the entire alphabet, I’m kind of curious. You find the list of them here. Perhaps you’ll get inspired to join next year?



10 thoughts on “A to Z: Aftermath & Road Trip

  1. I start lots of sentences with “and!” I’m glad to come across this — I had no idea about the A to Z Road Trip, and I think it’s a great idea. I was drained and exhausted too, after April, but I also felt a strange sense of withdrawal. Or maybe it was just anticlimax. Look… I just began a sentence with “or.”


    • Thank you so much, I really appreciate it! Sorry it took so long to get back, I gave myself some blog retreat time after the A to Z… Just a look at your blog, looks very interesting!


  2. I felt pretty exhausted myself but I work better with deadlines! so i need one 🙂 I started my own weekly A to Z challenge to keep me in the routine of writing.
    I am also trying to visit as many participating blogs as possible. But I didn’t know that it is an official thing 🙂 It’s a shame there wasn’t much time for it during the challenge.


    • Sounds good to stick to some kind of routine, in whatever form that is! I appreciate your comment, and sorry for the late reaction… It just goes to show how long a retreat I needed afterwards. The road trip is great for catching up, but at a slower pace.


    • That sounds like a great idea, to do it in a team. I kind of love (need?) deadlines sometimes, but there is clearly a backside… I did the NaNoWriMo a few years back, and now I wonder how on earth I managed that? Thanks for coming by, I will check your blogs!


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