Category Archive: A~Z Blogging Challenge April 2012

Z is for… Ze end of ze road

Z could also be for Zen, Zounds (as in Zounds! We made it!), but I chose to go a little cheeky with it. I can’t believe the April A-Z Blogging Challenge is over!… Continue reading

Y is for… Young Adult

Let’s date this for yesterday, shall we? :p With Young Adult, I mean the genre, obviously. I’m not a huge fan of YA books, but I have enjoyed my fair share of them;… Continue reading

X is for… Xenophobia

This is another word I really love, though obviously don’t love what it means. But it’s one of those words that is compiled so perfectly; ‘Xenos‘ which is Greek for ‘Stranger’ or ‘Foreigner’… Continue reading

W is for… Where do we go from here? (Flash fiction)

You cleared your throat with a small cough which I punctuated with an indecipherable murmur. It seems all our conversations these days happen in the form of sighs and noncommittal hums. You gave… Continue reading


Combining today and yesterday’s letters again; I think I might be failing the blogging challenge :p Unveil: To remove a veil or covering from, esp. uncover; to reveal or disclose by or as… Continue reading

T is for… Thanks

The lovely Marina Sofia has been nominated for the Liebster Blog award, and has been kind enough to turn around and nominate moi! Now, I’m not entirely sure what this Liebster Blog award… Continue reading

Reading & Surfing

Combining today and yesterday’s letters since reading and surfing the net has been pretty much all I’ve done all weekend. Surfing the net mainly for research and inspiration for the WIPs; it’s going… Continue reading

Q is for… Quite a Journey (if the writer can manage it)

Okay so today’s post might be a stretch in terms of using the letter “Q”; but one of my lovely followers, JK Ford, left a comment on yesterday’s post regarding a diagram or… Continue reading

P is for… Progress

Given where I am with my writing, what else could ‘P’ be for? :p Progress has been odd with the stories… For the Novella This has been swimming along pretty well (knock on… Continue reading

O is for… Onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeia refers to a word that sounds like the thing it is meant to define, i.e. ‘Meow’, ‘Moo’, ‘Hiss’, ‘Chirp’ etc. The word comes from the Greek words for “name” and “I make”… Continue reading

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