Why does Z stand for sleep. I am getting quite sleepy right now just think about it. While I would love to take a break and get some sleep, but I can’t. I have way to much to do. To many things are coming up. Z also stands for the end, the final, the last. For my last post of the A to Z challenge, I thought I would share with you some of my favorite post from A to Z:
A – Avengers, Captain America and As I Am by Alex Cavanaugh – Come on, it’s a post about the Avengers. Nothing more needs to be said.
B – Best Crying Scenes in a Movie at World of My Imagination – The Steel Magnolia and Pursuit of Happiness scenes get me every time.
C – Getting too Comfortable by BDevereaux – Don’t get to comfortable
D – Disaster Movies at Tossing it Out – Some of my favorites are on this list, Titanic, 2012, Poseidon Adventure
E – Energize Yourself to Write at World of My Imagination – How do you do it?
F – F is for Fear at Scribbling in the Storage Room – “The enemy of creativity.”
G – A Grown-up Kind of Pretty by Tasha Seegmiller – on my to read list
H – How to Be a Good House Guest at Laugh-Quotes.com – read before you visit someones house
I – I is for Imagination at Tasha’s Thinkings – Synonymous with being a writer
J – Joy at Spunk on a Stick – You can’t steal mine.
K – K is for King at The View Outside – my favorite author
L – L is for The Lincoln Memorial by Lara Lacombe- my favorite monument in DC
M – Memento by Alex Cavanaugh – Also includes the sign up for Alex’s Best and Worst Movies Remakes Blogfest, which is coming up on May 17th.
N – Never-ending at Wrote by Rote – Is your love never ending?
O – Oxford Comma by Margo Kelly – All you need to know about the dreaded comma.
P – A-Z Geek (P): The Favorites by Lynda R. Young – Prince Bride, enough said.
Q – Querying at My First Book – You can’t read enough about how to query.
R – What Makes Us Right? at The Madlab Post – Fair Game illustrates the point well.
S – Sigma at Tara Tyler Talk – Great tips on show.
T – The Time Traveler’s Wife by Tasha Seegmiller – On my to read list
U – Unified Theory of Writing at Moody Writing – Do you agree?
V – V is for Villain (Best Movie Villains of All Time) by Reese Ryan – Who are your favorite villains?
W – W is for The White House, the Washington Monument and the World War Memorials by Lara Lacombe – Have you been to DC?
X – X is for Project X at Blogging from A to Z – I have a project X, do you?
Y – Y is for Young Ladies of Substance at Pensuasion – Love Jo March from Little Women the best.
Z – Z is for Zola at The View Outside – Have you read Emile Francois Zola?
Thank goodness, I finished the A to Z Challenge. How did you do? What were some of your favorite post?