This year’s challenge was interesting. I wasn’t even sure I was going to participate and thought about dropping out a few times. Then I decided at the last minute to scrap my theme and go with one about writing and I was excited again about participating. Even though some posts were harder to write and others were easier to write. Talking about my works in progress is something I love to do with others. Participating in the challenge helps me to figure out what topics work and what ones don’t. I look forward to April every year because I can to meet new people and check out blogs I might not otherwise be able to. I loved sharing things like my characters with everyone. It gave me plenty of topic ideas for the rest of the year as well. I already know what my theme is going to be next year and will be starting on it soon. Next year, I’m going to change up the format just a bit. 🙂
Loved meeting all the new people that stopped by to say hi and chime in on the different topics. Unfortunately I didn’t get to visit as many sites as I would’ve liked to but I did visit as many as possible in the time I could. 🙂
Look forward to your comments. 🙂
6 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge 2016 Reflection”
Well done for taking part. I’m still visiting other blogs because I had very little time to do it whilst the challenge was on
Thanks. Me too. It’s been fun reading what others posted during the challenge. 🙂
Glad you stuck with it. 🙂 I enjoyed reading your posts. My favorite was the one where you talked about creating your own lauguage within your worlds. That is super creative & challenging, for sure!
Thanks. Glad you enjoyed reading them. That’s awesome. Yes, it can be. I’ll be updating again soon about creating the language. 🙂
I too didn’t have as much time as I wanted to visit other blogs, partly because of real life and partly because I find it hard to keep track of blog recommendations through my phone, so there are some out there that I know I thought about checking out for a specific reason but now can’t remember the reason or the blog name. Oops. But that’s what browsing reflection posts is for, right?
That’s true. 🙂