Against my better judgment, I signed up for the A to Z Challenge again this year.
I also signed up for Camp NaNoWriMo.
Which means that I’m going to be writing 24/7 in April–blog posts everyday except Sunday, and 1,668 words on a novel each day, including Sunday.
During the A to Z Challenge, participants write blog posts for every letter of the alphabet, usually revolving around a central theme.
My theme for this year is Things That Go Bump in the Night.
I’ve got a great lineup planned for you–everything from scary true stories to the supernatural to some of the creepiest places in the world. I’ll even throw in a personal story or two, and–wearing my journalism hat–see if we can’t find “rational” explanations for some of this stuff. I encourage you to speak your mind–share your own stories and opinions, or–if you’ve read a great book or watched a movie on the topic, feel free to recommend them.
I realize 26 posts is a lot to read in a single month, but I promise to keep them short and sweet. As for not giving you nightmares…well, I can’t promise that.
See you tomorrow, April 1st, which will be a combined post day–Insecure Writers’ Support Group and A is for Annabelle.