Friday, 21 March 2014

A-Z Theme Reveal and Celebrate the small things


My decision to take part in the A-Z Theme Reveal was pretty last minute. Around Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. Before I just didn't see the point since I already signed up for the A-Z Challenge and I'm also being careful to ensure that I post when I can comment back on blogs. But in the end I decided to take part and I think it's a good blogfest to join.

My theme for this year is Memorable Characters in Books and Film. I will do  A-Z posts on characters I think have left a memorable imprint for me as well as others who may have read or seen these works. See you in April.


March is almost over and I just want to say I'm happy to finally have an at home job that allows me to save for my laptop, buy books and use my family members who love buying clothes from abroad as walking banks in exchanging Paypal cash for cash in hand. Yes I'm terrible. But efficient. Thank God for life and you guys for joy and see you Monday. Also look out next week for a book review and interview for the author of Obvious Child. More next week. Bye.

28 comments:

  1. Memorable characters in books and film... there are so many great books out there, so it will be interesting to see your choices!
    See you around on the A to Z circuit!

    Writer In Transit

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  2. GAH. I had a half-typed message and the screen blinked and it was gone. Let's try again (and if the other one shows up, just delete so I don't look like a goon)

    there's such diversity to everyone's A-Z theme. I'm not taking part, but I'm looking forward to reading the posts!

    ahhhh...PayPal....it's changed the internet forever!

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  3. I've done A to Z a couple of times and loved the experience. Have fun!

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  4. Your theme sounds great, considering the loads of books you've read in your lifetime (not that you're old or anything- lol). Glass raised to working at home.

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  5. You have a lot to celebrate. Lots of work, too. But enjoy the experience.

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  6. There are SO many memorable characters out there, how will you ever choose which ones to feature? I'm excited to get to know your favorite characters and most likely get introduced to some new books!

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  7. Congratulations on the home job!
    Can't wait to see what characters you choose. There are SO many interesting ones out there. . .as many as terrific books. Lol! Maybe this will be bad since you'll probably sky-rocket my TBR list.

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  8. This sounds really exciting and fun. Looking forward to it!

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    Timothy S. Brannan
    The Other Side, http://timbrannan.blogspot.com/
    April Blog Challenge: The A to Z of Witches
    A to Z Blogging Ambassador

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  9. Ooh! That's awesome. Memorable characters... Now that's a theme I could get sucked into. Looking forward to it!

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  10. That's a great theme - lots of room and fun in choosing memorable characters. )
    Happy Celebrations too!

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  11. Looking forward to that, Sheeena.
    Happy that you found that job.
    Moving in an 'at home' direction myself, which pleases me no end.

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  12. Can't wait to see what characters make your list, what a fun theme.

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  13. Memorable characters! I like this idea :D

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  14. I was going to do something like this, but I opted out in the end. I can't wait to read your posts :)

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  15. Working from home can be very satisfying. Characters almost always make for good writing prompts. Looking forward to your theme in April.


    MJ, A to Z Challenge Co-Host
    Writing Tips
    Effectively Human
    Lots of Crochet Stitches


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  16. Memorable characters is a fantastic idea, Sheena. I look forward to finding out who your choices will be.

    http://cmbrown-books.blogspot.com.au/

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  17. That is a really fantastic A to Z theme!

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  18. Dearest Sheena-kay, in America, that's not called terrible...that's called industrious. Providing a service that benefits all? That's what this nation was founded on!

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  19. Sounds like a great a -z theme, good luck with it this year, I think I'm going to be watching from the sidelines this year. Anyway, I also wanted to stop by to let you know, you totally got me hooked on Grimm. At first I wasn't sure what to think about it, but then came along Monroe and that was it. He's by far my favorite character but still in the first season. Anyway, hope enjoy your Sunday. (:

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  20. Ohhh this is a great theme- I'm a big reader so will love these!

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  21. Interesting! I'm curious, and can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  22. Nice theme choice. :-)

    I'm glad to hear things came together with a cool job.

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  23. That's a really cool idea :) I've got a sort of plan coming together but not sure I'll write a lot for each post!

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  24. That's a great theme! I'll be sure to stop by. :)

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  25. You've picked a good theme. Books and film are so connected for me. I'll check back. http://shells-tales-sails.blogspot.com/

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  26. Hello, and like you I have had trouble blogging and so I also took a break but I am back as well. I can not wait to see which books you chose for the challenge. I am happy you found a job you can do from home. I wish I could find one.

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