#FPQ 205: Participation from A to Z

A very interesting and provocative question from Fandango this week:

Are you planning to formally and officially register for this year’s A to Z Blogging Challenge, pick a theme, and participate? Why or why not? Or, are you planning to informally and unofficially participate in this year’s A to Z Blogging Challenge on an ad hoc basis? Or, are you going to skip the A to Z Challenge altogether?

As one of the people who helps put on the A to Z Challenge every year, of course I’ll be registering, choosing a theme, and participating. I have every year since 2012, and still consider it the highlight of my blogging year. At the same time, I can understand why there are those who want to participate on a less-formal basis, and that’s fine, too. I’ll try to keep up with y’all as well as those who sign up formally. (which, by the way, happens starting on March 26, a week from this coming Sunday. Right now, we’re doing the Theme Reveal, for those who have a theme. The Theme Reveal runs through this Saturday.)

12 thoughts on “#FPQ 205: Participation from A to Z

  1. A to Z is the highlight of my blogging year too. This will be my year 7. I’ve almost written all my posts so I’ll be able to read more from others than I have in years past. Can’t wait!!


  2. I went through the official process every year since 2018, and I did find having to sign up using the Google spreadsheets to register and then to declare my theme, which was always Miscellaneous and Other, was a bit of a hassle and I never referred back to either again once the challenge started. I enjoy participating, and will again this year, but unofficially. My theme, which you should enjoy, John, is “Classic Rock from A to Z.”


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