a-to-z theme reveal. #atozchallenge

(For some reason that I do not grasp, the only graphic provided for the theme reveal is tiny.
I could make it bigger but it would get blurry and that irks me.)

Yesterday was theme reveal day for the A-to-Z challenge that starts on April 1. (Yeah, I’m late.)

I’m kind of disappointed with the main logo that was chosen this year. There was a vote. My pick lost.

Official logo.

The one that didn’t win.

I’ve probably committed a no-no by posting the one that didn’t win, but I’ll take my chances. The second one is so much cleaner and so much more aesthetically pleasing. I was surprised it didn’t win.

Anyway. You’re not here for any of my bitching. (But you get it anyway—lucky you!)

I’ve known what my theme would be for quite some time because Jayden (jrvincente) gave me the idea in a comment a while ago. (Thank you!)

I wasn’t sure if I could do it, but I’ve already started and it’s going well. My only problem was a name for the theme because the commonly-used term makes me cringe. Maybe this name isn’t as cutesy, but I’m going with it.

when we met.
a non-continuous series of short fiction pieces.

—♥—



I think I’m going to feature a different man for each letter, too. But don’t hold me to that. But he can hold me to anything he wants. 

p.s. — Perhaps the best part will be looking for those men to add to each letter. I should start now. 


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Sandra is a writer, blogger, poet, artist, emotional disaster. She thinks far too much and sleeps far too little. Sandra lives in the Northeastern U.S. but dreams of an oceanfront home in Italy, but she would settle for a non-oceanfront home in Italy, too. She loves books, brutal honesty, coffee, and the color black. She hates insincerity, beer, whipped cream, and facebook. And she is uncomfortable talking about herself in the third person.
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10 Responses to a-to-z theme reveal. #atozchallenge

  1. scr4pl80 says:

    So nice to see that you will be doing the A to Z. Sounds like a fun topic. To be honest, I wasn’t 100% thrilled with either of the options for graphics but since Jeremy passed away, someone had to step up and I think the graphics that won did so because of the tribute. I am not going to use the graphic on every post I don’t think.

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  2. Oh nice theme! I think I will actually be skipping it this year. It just takes way too much out of me haha

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  3. jrvincente says:

    So glad you’re participating in the challenge, and that I was able to give you an idea you like! ❤

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    • I am so grateful to you! ♥ Every year, I have a bit of a struggle coming up with a theme. This one I really like. I’ve been writing and writing already. It’s been a long time since I’ve been this excited and inspired to write fiction.

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  4. Prior... says:

    I also like the one that didn’t win – the way the dark half accentuated the year was artsy and the light and dark had depth! It was way better
    Best wishes with your A to Z

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  5. Yeah I like your pick too
    I didn’t even know there was a vote for picking the logo.. oops
    And you aren’t late- we have time till March end(ish) I’m guessing
    I’m yet to reveal my theme as well cause I want to be confident I’m going through with this idea!
    .
    Excited for your stories!!!

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  6. mydangblog says:

    I agree–I find the second one much easier to read. Enjoy the challenge!

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