NOT SO FAST!
First, lets revisit the past. Okay? You have no choice.
In 2012, my first experience with the A-Z Challenge, I wrote short fiction. Eventually, I rewrote it, sent to a professional editing service and then compiled it into a digital book titled Grim Tales From The Ruralhood. That was super fun, but lots of work.
In 2013, I wrote The Waiting Summer, memories of the summer before my senior year when I worked at waiting tables. These stories are still at The Ruralhood and (painfully) unedited, if you want to read them. Help yourself! That year was fun, too, remembering, sometimes fearing for my pencil thin teen self after the fact.
In 2014, at The Rurahood, I wrote about some of my family treasures and shared photos. Sometimes the photos were the treasure.
This year's A-Z theme is, I think, possibly, maaaayyyybeeee, might be: The first and last lines of some of my favorite books and/or short stories.
I’m obsessed with first lines and last lines. Journaling Woman will be my blog of choice this year. If I think the last line will give away the ending, then I’ll say spoiler alert, but honestly, I haven’t found one last line (by itself) that told me how the book (really) ended.
That’s it, unless I change my mind.
There’s still time to join the fun of the A-Z April Challenge. Go here to sign up.