Theme Reveal: Blogging from A to Z April Challenge

A-to-Z-Challenge-theme-revealFor the first time, I’ll be joining the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. The challenge takes place throughout the month of April, and each day (except Sunday), you write a blog focused on each letter of the alphabet in sequential order.

So, on April 1st, the blog topic will have something to do with the letter A, for instance, write about apples. April 2nd, the topic must be focused on the letter B, for instance, write about bananas. You get the idea.

The organizers of the challenge suggest you have a theme for all your blogs, for instance, fruit! They also suggest making your blogs short—100 to 300 words–so you aren’t burned out by mid-April.

Hundreds of bloggers have signed up for the challenge, and there’s still time if you’re interested.

I think it will be hard work, but also a lot of fun. Another advantage is you meet other bloggers, which is nice to have more blogger friends, interesting blogs to read, and more exposure for your own blog.

My Theme

My theme for the blog challenge is Creativity. As a writer, I believe that’s an important characteristic to have and to nurture. But you don’t have to be a writer, or an artist, or an actor to express your creativity. Think about it. Creativity means, to me, expanding your mind, digging deeper into whatever talent you might have. Even mathematicians and scientists express their creativity as they search for new solutions to problems.

So I’ll be exploring different aspects of creativity during the blog challenge. I hope you’ll join me in this April adventure!

About lindacovella

I am an author of fiction and nonfiction for kids and teens.
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23 Responses to Theme Reveal: Blogging from A to Z April Challenge

  1. Rosie Amber says:

    Hi Just popped in from the A to Z Challenge, good luck.

  2. Alex Hurst says:

    Good luck! It sounds like a great (and important) theme! Looking forward to reading more in April. It’s my first year trying it too, and I’m taking full advantage of prescheduling posts…. so far, up to J! Going to try to have them all finished before April begins. Good luck!

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

  3. Creativity, I like it. Very important indeed. No matter our profession, we all like a good story and that’s where creativity comes in.
    Looking forward to reading your posts, Linda.

  4. lindacovella says:

    Thanks, Slivia! I’m looking forward to writing, and to seeing other posts, including yours!

  5. Leanne Ross says:

    We can all use more creativity. Looking forward to your posts.
    Leanne Ross ( & @LeanneRossRF )

  6. Stephanie Scott says:

    I think you’ll find a lot to pull from the creativity theme. Very interesting! Enjoy the challenge.

    My A to Z Theme Reveal

  7. Creativity! I think its perfect. It’s like an homage to the actual challenge which is a creative outlet all on its own. I’m excited to see what you have to share with us 😀

  8. Jorie says:

    Hallo, Hallo fellow A2Z’er!

    I had a bit of a “late, late” like the Rabbit of Alice in Wonderland start to the A to Z Reveal today! Thankfully, everyone has been posting their Reveal posts to Twitter, and thereby, I am able to visit & hop! 🙂

    I personally LOVE your theme about Creativity! As your quite right: science & art blend into each other, especially if you not only consider how theories of quantum physics are purported into existence, but what about the mathematics involved with fractuals!? I find inspiration for Creativity everywhere I go, including whilst walking in nature with a camera in hand! The stroke of creativity outside our own doors and homes is beyond incredible! Just look at the hues of colours represented in the trees!? I cannot wait to drop by regularly and see where your muse leads you!

    How a wicked sweet time blogging!
    I’m quite excited myself! 🙂
    I’m a first timer btw!

    Jorie A to Z Reveal Post

  9. Great theme. I’ll have to pop back in and check out your posts.

  10. tara tyler says:

    excellent theme! i could always use some advice on being more creative – i need help with setting a scene more eloquently… looking forward to your posts!

  11. Just popping over to check out your theme. Creativity–sounds like a great one! Can’t wait to read more!

  12. I love your theme… and the way you’ve made it all-inclusive… 🙂

    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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