This is my fourth attempt at completing the A2Z Challenge. There are times when I have rushed through and completed the challenge while at other times I have completed about 85% successfully.
So what is the AtoZchallenge?
This is a challenge where you blog daily during April except Sundays and each post is based on a particular theme and corresponds to the sequential letters of the alphabet.
So what is my theme?
I am going for Microfiction again this time after my first attempt in 2016. It would include a mixture of 6 word stories, 10 word stories, 55 word stories, 100 word stories and 5 sentence fiction too. Some of my previous attempts at micro fiction can be found here. My goal would be to use my own photographs with each story.
I am looking forward to virtually meet a variety of bloggers along with taking my blog to an even higher level courtesy #Blogchatter.
AtoZChallenge 2016 (Topic: Microfiction) – https://transitionofthoughts.com/category/atozchallenge-2016/
AtoZChallenge 2017 (Topic: Travel) – https://transitionofthoughts.com/category/atozchallenge-2017/
AtoZChallenge 2018 (Topic: Photography) – https://transitionofthoughts.com/category/atozchallenge-2018/
Yay… Good to see you join this year too. Looking forward to it.
Yeah Roshan should be fun :).
Amazing! Looking forward to the interesting posts. Best Wishes!
Yes Jyoti should be lovely to read so many interesting posts :).
I love a micro-fiction any day. So, count me in! Happy A to Z 🙂
Looking forward Shalini. Should be a lovely challenge :).
I love reading micro fiction and admire people who write it! Bring it on!
Thanks Mayuri. Looking forward to the challenge and read some lovely posts :).
Oh, wow! I’m always so impressed in people who can write such micro scories. I’d never be able to. Especially during the challenge.
Let’s have a fantastic April!
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Thanks. Looking forward to a lovely challenge :).
I love micro-fiction for the brevity and punch it offers. Good theme!
Thanks Varsha. The challenge should be fun :).
6 word stories, wow! That sounds challenging and fun. All the best with AtoZ.
Thanks Suchita. Yeah I guess the shorter the story, the more challenging it would be. Looking forward to the challenge :).
I find #microfiction extremely intriguing. I am super excited to see how this will be panning out! All the best !!
Thanks. Looking forward to the challenge :).
I was thinking of this but when I sat down to write I could pen just a few…So changed the theme. Therefore I would be coming to see how you do it. Good luck!
Thanks Sonia. I guess its going to be tough though actually I have tried it in one of my previous blogging challenges as well. Looking forward to the challenge :).
Lovely theme. Eagerly waiting for your posts. Best of luck.
Thanks Swarnali. Looking forward to the challenge as well and reading some lovely posts.
wow…micro-fiction is something I always want to try but I don’t know how far I can do justice with it. So far I have read 100 words story and every time I wonder how come anyone write such a crisp fiction? And now your micro-fiction. Its going to be lovely read. Count me in…
Thanks Alpana. Yeah I always feel the smaller the story, the more the difficulty for a writer to get a reader’s attention. Looking forward to the challenge :).
Dr. Surbhi Prapanna
wow micro fiction sounds really interesting. looking forward to read your post.
Thanks doc. Looking forward to this challenge and read posts from so many lovely bloggers as well.
I love microfiction! Can’t wait to read your posts. Also, if you are interested in six word stories, I host a Saturday Six Word Story prompt series on my blog. Do check it out if you have the time. 🙂 Congratulations on your streak and all the best to you. 🙂
Thanks Shweta and must say I am delighted to see someone else too who loves six word stories. Would surely participate in the prompt next time :D.
I’m glad that I found your blog too. 🙂 Thank you so much for your kind words. You have time till tomorrow to submit your story for the existing prompt. I look forward to reading your stories. 🙂
Thanks Shweta :).