An A-Z Journey through the Challenge: Z

As we may have mentioned once or twice ;), we’re both great fans of April’s A-Z Blogging Challenge. Set up by Arlee Bird back in 2009, it’s grown like topsy since that time. As neither David nor I are able to participate again this year, we decided instead to highlight one (or more) blogs each day, to encourage you to visit, to make new friends, and to find some entertainment during the current crazy world we’re in.

Some of these highlights will be old friends we’ve made during previous challenges, but some will be new. We don’t plan to stick to any theme other than maintaining a (possibly tenuous) connection to the letter of the day.


The final day of 2020’s Challenge – Z …

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You can find participants via the Master List, but in order not to miss any of April’s blogging riches, you may also seek participants via the hashtags #AtoZChallenge and #A2ZChallenge on Twitter. For today, I’d like to add:

Zalka Csenge Virág and her Multicolored Diary.  Ok, yes, the blog is so amazing I should have introduced you to it sooner, but I plead the Challenge, and the fact that Z can be one of the more challenging letters to fill…  To say that Zalka is an expert on Folklore and Mythology would be to sell her short.  Her incredible challenge theme this year was to present the many and varied animals, insects, etc, that are to be found in folklore around the world.  With enviable scholarship, a brief bio of the creature of the day is included, together with it’s impact on a story.

If you’re catching up, here’s our previous highlights …

The letter A
The letter B
The letter C
The letter D
The letter E
The letter F
The letter G
The letter H
The letter I
The letter J
The letter K
The letter L
The letter M
The letter N
The letter O
The letter P
The letter Q
The letter R
The letter S
The letter T
The letter U
The letter V
The letter W
The letter X
The letter Y

Let us know of other blogs connected to the letter Z which we should read.


© David Jesson, 2020

5 thoughts on “An A-Z Journey through the Challenge: Z”

  1. I’ve followed her blog for quite a while now. Another facet of the AtoZ challenge: broadening a vast array of passions. That it drew me here & “met” Debs and David, was fortune smiling down on me. And YAY. Even though you didn’t sign up, you DID complete the AtoZ challenge. YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!

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