Presenting… My 2022 #atozchallenge Theme!

Today’s the day those of us who plan on doing the A to Z Challenge starting on April 1 reveal what our theme for the annual trip through the alphabet will be. I’ve been doing the Challenge since 2012. Here were my themes:

  • 2012 – Words from the NATO Spelling alphabet
  • 2013 – Chicago White Sox players
  • 2014 – Random Words (i.e. no theme)
  • 2015 – Words that start and end with the same letter
  • 2016 – Portmanteaus and Music (two themes)
  • 2017 – Words that start with the letter of the day and end with tomorrow’s letter
  • 2018 – Eight-letter words
  • 2019 – Words that contain an X (for the tenth anniversary)
  • 2020 – Words that start with re- followed by the letter of the day
  • 2021 – Radio station Top 10 lists

And now, my theme for 2022: Words that start with in- followed by the letter of the day.

Basically the same as my 2020 theme using a different prefix.

Now I’m off to follow the instructions from today’s A to Z Challenge blog. I’ll be seeing you soon!

37 thoughts on “Presenting… My 2022 #atozchallenge Theme!

  1. I’m sure you’ll teach me some new words in next month’s challenge which I can benefit from if I can retain the information long enough to use it. That’s a big lately. 🙂 Sounds like a winner of a theme, John!

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  2. Congratulations! I hope you incorporate 10-year anniversary type posts too. That’s a HUGE accomplishment to do the A-Z challenge that many years in a row. I had fun the one year I did it. I simply don’t have the time to do so again, so I’ll pop in occasionally to see your posts.

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      1. Wow, I think that’s the year I participated in the challenge. It’s sad, but true, the last 3, for sure 2 years have been quite the blur. I’m impressed that you’ve been able to keep up with fresh information to share! Best wishes for a successful A-Z challenge!

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  3. Hi John – I’ve always enjoyed your A-Zs … I’ll be on the side lines watching – enjoy it – cheers Hilary

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    1. There will be places where I point out some of the stranger things about the English language, which, face it, is a real mutt with borrowed words all over the place, has words that look like they should rhyme but don’t and words that look like they shouldn’t rhyme but do… I don’t envy the person who has to learn it as a second language…

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  4. Just thinking about the possibilities this sounds like another big challenge to me. But you always come through with these things so I’m sure you’ll pull it off well.

    I’m going to put up my Reveal this Friday. I think it’s one you might appreciate.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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