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This was definitely a challenge. I enjoyed how so many of us did themes. Like Clarissa Draper did her "Death by..." posts that left me in awe of the many ways people check out from this world.
I did my blog opera of Abigail (Abby) and Basil, a Cleanser and a Harvestor. One an agent of Heaven, the other an agent of Hell. The impossible love. It was a post by post challenge for me, exercises to improve my writing one chunk at a time. I made them up, allowing the characters more freedom with each post. The drama unfolded for me as it did for the readers. Seriously, I thought about the theme for a while but I pantsed this thing one letter at a time.
I wish I could think of ways to improve upon the challenge, but I have none. The Linky list allowed for checking out different blogs. The use of the Next Blog and Surprise Me buttons also made navigating to different blogs very easy. THAT one was a huge plus. Having multiple people working as co-hosts helped to spread the responsibility, ensured one person - alone - didn't get bogged down by the mundane busy-ness of the day-to-day planning, inquiries and erm, well, insanity :-)
The only thing that I wanted was more time in the day. That, unfortunately, is not something the blogging challenge hosts can do anything about. For the rest, I commend you all for a great and well planned challenge.
To the comments! Were you a participant of the A to Z blogging challenge? What are your thoughts, whether you participated or not?