Friday, March 21, 2014

Blogging from A to Z Challenge - theme reveal

This year I will be participating in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. This is a challenge to blog everyday except Sundays through the month of April, each blog progressing through the alphabet to give a topic prompt. It fits in great with one of my New Year's resolutions to blog more actively (which I'm keeping up with pretty well!)

An additional challenge is to do this based upon a personal theme.

Today, everyone who has signed up is revealing their theme.

Because I love editing - and have been challenging myself to improve my grammar skills - I will focus on sharing grammar rules along with some editing tips to help us all avoid some of these mistakes. Since I also occasionally post about my other life with horses, I'll be supplementing the somewhat dry grammar theme with pics/details of horses I own or have owned. Of course their names will start with the day's letter, so I won't have one for every day.

I'm still fleshing out the list, so if you have a question or struggle with a common issue, please comment below and I will share my take or research to find the answer if I don't know. I'd especially love to attack some pesky rules starting with G, V, X, and Z. Help me out and learn something at the same time!

Sound like fun? Click below and move on to the next blog!

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9 comments:

  1. This is a perfect theme! Even for people who don't consider themselves to be writers -- if they're writing a blog, they're writers...right?

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  2. Thank you! I hope a lot of people enjoy it. Posts will be short and sweet with a bit of eye candy for anyone who appreciates horses, particularly arabs.

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  3. Sounds cool! I know I could use the advice before my grammar gets any worser ;) http://laughingatlife232.blogspot.com/

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  4. Horses for your courses! :D Sounds awesome. I love grammar (I'm an English teacher) and horses, so you'll be my one stop shop! Looking forward to April!

    Alex Hurst, fantasy author in Kyoto, participating in Blogging A-Z April Challenge

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  5. It would be good to have a grammar review. I'm in. Love your combined writing/horse emphasis here.

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    1. Your theme sounds like fun, I'll have to check it out! And I hope my grammar thing is fun - they will be short, sweet, and full of attitude!

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  6. Grammar rules and editing tips are always welcome!

    My theme is “If Books Could Speak, What Would They Say” and is guaranteed to be LOTS OF FUN! It is interactive, and bloggers are invited to play along!
    See you around on the A to Z circuit!

    Writer In Transit

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