Thursday, May 9, 2013

2013 A-Z Reflections Post



I survived another year of A-Z!  Wahoo!  I nearly missed this post.  It's been so crazy lately for me.  I apologize for the delay on this one.  I chose Chaucer for my A-Z theme this year because I like classic literature.  Chaucer was a favorite of mine way back when and I decided to reread the Canterbury Tales.  In hindsight I don't know what the hell I was thinking.  LOL!  Still, I rallied and did the entire A-Z posts.  I think it was an accomplishment--although I'm sure most of my readers were like...snore.  :)  Oh well.  I did my best to keep the posts short, but that proved impossible for the majority of my posts.  I apologize for that.  Anyway, its been fun. :)
Before I forget, I'd like to thank all the people that helped the A-Z challenge during the month of April.  Not only did these blogger buddies post for A-Z, but they tirelessly trolled the blogosphere to comment and show team spirit for the A-Z cause.  In short, these folks are awesome.  Here is a list of all those wonderful people.  Thank you.  Thank you. Thank you!


Team Damyanti:
Rosalind Adam/Rosalind Adam is Writing in the Rain
Misha Gericke/My First Book
Mina Lobo / Some Dark Romantic
Pam Margolis /Unconventional Librarian 








TEAM NICOLE
Nicole's Happiness, Passion, Love & Faith
Sheila Siler, pondering life and all its many hats at Sheila Scribbles
Tami Von Zalez, who swoops into quality collectibles at Thrift Shop Commando
M.J. Joachim, helping you get those creative juices flowing at Writing Tips





Tina's Terrific Team!
AJ Lauer of Naturally Sweet
Andrea of Maybe it's Just Me
Hilary Melton-Butcher of Positive Letters...Inspirational Stories...
Jolie Du Pre of Precious Monsters
JoJo of Tahoma Beadworks and Photography
PV Ariel, aka Philip of philipscom





SHANNON'S WARRIOR MINIONS
Dani of Entertaining Interests
Jeanette of Jeanette S. Andersen
Julie of Julie Flanders
Terri of Scribbler's Sojourn






L. Diane Wolfe's Spunky Soldiers
Laura Marcella from Wavy Lines
Sia McKye from Sia McKye Over Coffee
Golden Eagle from The Eagle's Aerial Perspective
Clarissa Draper from Clarissa Draper
Jo Wake from JO ON FOOD, MY TRAVELS, AND A SCENT OF CHOCOLATE
Tyrean Martinson from Tyrean's Writing Spot
Gwen Gardner from Gwen Gardner, YA Fiction Author
Ida Chiavaro from Reflex Reactions
Randi Lee from The Emotional Process of Writing a Novel
Nancy LaRonda Johnson from Writer’s Mark


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Arlee Bird's A to Z Challenge Ambassadors for 2013:
Judy at raisingthecurtain.net
Tim Brannan at The Other Side and his secondary blog that he co-runs Red Sonja: She Devil with a Sword .
Jaimie Ramsey at Living in the Light
Yvonne Lewis at Yvonne's Poetry Corner 
Alana Garrigues at Writercize





Jay Noel









That's it.  Thanks again!

Mina B.

6 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I enjoyed your posts. They made me think.
That was really nice of you to recognize all of the minions. They really made a big difference this year.

mshatch said...

I enjoyed your Chaucer posts, too; they made me want to read the tales again, for enjoyment rather than for an assignment!

Mark Means said...

I like your theme even though I'm only mildly familiar with the Tales, it was still very interesting. I also didn't realize just how diverse and spanning the Tales were, so thank you for the education :)

Also, thank you for the shout-out...it was my first time helping and had a great time with that, as well.

Laura said...

I loved your theme, it was nice to revisit some of my favourite Chaucer stories :)

michelle said...

Your Chaucer posts triggered long-forgotten memories... it was good refreshing them (though some were completely "unrefreshable"... just blank spots) he!he!
Thanks for the minion shout outs! And for recognizing the amazing AtoZ team in it's entirety!

Writer In Transit

Suzanne said...

Hi, found you from the reflections list :) Canterbury Tales takes me back to secondary school! Lovely to acknowledge all the helpers :) - I can't bring myself to call them minions LOL!
Suzanne @ Suzannes Tribe