Now that April’s over, here are allllllll the A to Z Challenge posts from the RRFS blog:
A is for Apostrophe – Me!
Classical British Poets – Lissa
Consent and You! Why It’s Important to Think About Consent in Your Writing – Eris
The Quirky and Captivating Characters of Discworld – Serena
Let’s Talk About Ellipses… – Rebekah
F is for Fanfiction – Me
Divine Gaiman – Revelations of a Humble Genius – Lissa
H is for Hangover (From Writing) – Eris
How do you Idea? – A Day in the Brain of a Ferret – Serena
J.R.R. Tolkien – A Bit of Gratitude – Rebekah
K is for King (Stephen, that is) – Me
The Meaning of a Letter – Lissa
Martin–as in George R.R. – Eris
The Importance of Non-Fiction to Fiction Writing – Serena
Choosing the Best Opening Scene for Your Story – Rebekah
P is for Pierce, Tamora – Me
Writers are Weird – A Look at Quirks – Lissa
Representation Issues – Eris
Sexuality in Fiction from the Perspective of an Asexual – Serena
Kathy Tyers: High Standards in Christian Speculative Fiction – Rebekah
U is for University – Me
Vampires…Before They Were ‘Cool’ – Lissa
Chuck Wendig, Eat Your Heart Out – Eris
The Magic of Xanth – Serena
Does YA Fiction Make Too Many Excuses for Young Adults? – Rebekah
Z is for Zombies – Me
And now, my final goal updates for April:
1. Camp NaNo – Finish draft 2 of MGG.
2. Finish 2013 NaNo novel.
*sighs* I might not have hit this goal, but I did write another 4,000 words on this story, finishing up the climax and finally moving into the part where I can start wrapping things up. I WILL TAKE IT. Especially since I finished my big goal for the month.
How did April go for you? Are you ready for May?