All Aboard! : #AtoZChallenge

This year I’m attempting the A to Z Challenge again. I’ve tried it before with varying levels of success. This time around, I’m also doing with this with #StoryDam a Twitter chat that discusses writing on Thursdays at 8 p.m. EDT. ¬†This month I’ll be talking about writing, maybe doing a flash fiction or two, and possibly poetry. The Challenge is a simple one- write on a theme that starts with a corresponding letter of the alphabet for that day.

All Aboard

Today is the first day, so we’re starting with “A” : All Aboard! This is going to be just a short announcement post. I’m also doing Camp NaNoWriMo again this year. Camp NaNo is a challenge for the months of April and July where you set your writing goals and work hard to achieve them. In April I’ll be editing Blood Rose and Honeysuckles. I’ll also be starting a rough draft for a cozy mystery idea that I have floating around in my mind. There will definitely be some crossover in my update posts and my A to Z Challenge posts. All Aboard this journey of writing madness! I have a lot going on, but it’s definitely¬†going to be worth in the end.

Are you participating in the A to Z Challenge as well? Doing Camp NaNoWriMo? Let me know in the comments!


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6 Responses to All Aboard! : #AtoZChallenge

  1. Good luck with the challenge. It’s my 6th year doing it, I think.

    • Tamara Woods

      Thanks! 6 years, wow that’s impressive. My blogging slowed to a crawl and kind of stopped. I thought this would be the best way to get myself back into the game.

  2. Team member Kara is also doing Camp NaNo this month! It’s a lot to take on. Good luck to you! Our theme this year is the Publishing Journey.

    • Tamara Woods

      I enjoyed reading your first post about the publishing journey and query letters. Thanks so much for stopping by!

  3. I’ve never heard of Camp NaNoWriMo before your post, that sounds like a really good idea. I meant to participate in NaNoWriMo last year but somehow never got around to actually doing it. Hopefully this year! My problem last year was that I had already started writing the story I would have used, and had no intention of starting over again from scratch just for the sake of the challenge, so will have to wait till it comes around this year and save one of my projects for that month.

    Here’s my link for the challenge, let’s see how many people can figure out my theme by midweek: LINK

    • Tamara Woods

      Good luck to you, I hope you finish this challenge and get around to NaNoWriMo this year. Also, if this month is too full for you to jump into Camp NaNo, there’s another one in July. Thanks for commenting!

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