Tuesday, March 23, 2021

A to Z Preparations

Now that I will be taking on Blogging A to Z next month, I have begun jotting down ideas for each letter in a notebook. I have not gotten through all the letters yet and I have a feeling some of my choices will be subject to change. I've tried doing it all in my head, but that does not always work for me. I cannot seem to narrow each letter down to one word or subject, so I will have more than one word under each letter. Though there will some that are tricky. X is by far the trickiest one, though I do have an idea or two for that one. 

And as far as how my A to Z reading challenge is going this year, well today on a trip to Barnes and Noble, I came across this book. I'd never heard of it until now and it looked like a good. I was having trouble finding a J book, and now I have one. The cover was enough to make me want to pick it up. I have already started reading it today. Still got N, V, X, and Y to fill.


Elephant's Child said...

Good luck - and have fun.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Having posted all I wanted to my photo blog and just about done at TRS as well as prepared all the images for the go on Instagram, I just spent a sleepless night plotting my alphabet for DoWY bloggy and, like you, I have not written a list!!! That one is going to be more challenging because it will be a lot more personal.

I do spend an inordinate amount of time writing, or thinking about writing, or researching all manner of things, that I often forget to just stop and read. I do know an 'x' book if you need a suggestion? Xingu by Edith Wharton - short but very succinct! YAM xx

Sandra Cox said...

Good job on finding a J book.

kestrel said...

I think your A-Z book challenge is very interesting. I hav decided to start one too. Love your blog layout with roses and your paint brush Art. Following your blog

Jamie Ghione said...

Thanks for the comment and the follow.
FYI, the A to Z book thing is at this link: https://bookstacksngoldenmoms.com/2021-atoz-reading-challenge/

Kay said...

This sounds like just the sort of book I would enjoy.