Over the past few weeks I've posted about my A to Z Theme reveal for the upcoming A to Z challenge and I've posted a little about blogs that appear on my various blogrolls on my home page. I'd like to combine those today and tell you about blogs I have on my blogrolls that are participating in this year's challenge and tell you about their themes.
One of my favorite blogs is Sue's Trifles. Her theme this year is revisiting her theme from 2013 where she combined alliteration with content to help people learn more about Christ and Christianity. I am really looking forward to her posts this year.
When Sue isn't doing the A to Z challenge she mostly posts book reviews which is why Sue's Trifles can be found in my Writing, Poetry, Publishing, and Book blogs blogroll.
The next blog has recently moved from my Bloggy Blogs (more on that soon) blogroll to my Writing, Poetry, Publishing and Book Blogs blogroll where it fits the category much better. hdhstory.net is using the theme of an adventure at the Kingdom of Selat. I am looking forward to the "tales" that will be found there.
Janet's Smiles is another blog I follow. Her theme this year is the Illuminate SF - Festival of Light. I have Janet's Smiles in my Bloggy Blogs blogroll. A bloggy blog is a blog that kind of sprays to all fields.
I got the inspiration for the title bloggy blogs from a friend of my son when they were in high school together. She and her family attend a local megachurch which doesn't really look like a church at all. I was driving my son and his friends to an outing and we passed a local church that looked like your typical steeple and triangular roof church. She wasn't looking at it at first and then when she saw it, she said "Look! A churchy church."
John Holton who is a member of the A to Z team hosts a blog called TheSound of One Hand Typing. He can also be found on my Bloggy Blogs blogroll. His theme this year is really jazzy. It makes my heart jingle and my mouth ajar in contemplation. He is going to juxtapose the letter j in each of the 26 words he's choosing for the challenge. Well, that's what he said, hopefully, he didn't perjure himself.
The 5th and (so far) final of my blogroll blogs participating in the challenge this year is Wolf of Words. This is the 4th time the wolf is using the theme of fan fiction. I am especially looking forward to the Scooby Doo/Dr. Who Mash-up.
The A to Z Challenge starts this Saturday!