I learned a lot from the A-to-Z Challenge — and probably won’t do it again.
I don’t want to set out to write short blurbs just to collect followers and they don’t necessarily hone my writing skills either. I noticed that with few exceptions, many high traffic blogs don’t really interest me, unless they post art. I really love getting The Sketchbook‘s posts daily, for instance. WOW. Candy.
I like writing interesting stuff — interesting to me, anyway.
I like writing consistently about art best, so dkatiepowellart is my favorite blog to write.
I can write, consistently. I did this challenge to see if I could write consistently and I can, day in and day out. Three blogs, 26 posts. Yeow.
I want real followers and to connect with great bloggers that want to share their stories too — I try to visit everyone who come to me unless they are soliciting business.
I didn’t really appreciate the negative feedback from the admin.
I met some GREAT bloggers, new, old, proficient, just starting. And maybe even a friend or two. A sampling: donegallizdoyle, Tarosan, One Art’s Journal, The Sketchbook, Lainyrain, Brian Kasstle’s Blog
That’s all Folks — next year I have other plans for the month of April. I am going to become a fake journalist! (Check out The Official Fake Journal Page.)