Blogging A to Z 2015 Theme Reveal

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A to Z Challenge [Letter Schedule] [2015]Okay, this is it, my theme reveal for the Blogging A to Z Challenge 2015. I think I spent more time trying to decide on a title, than I did writing an outline for the posts. I could churn out a two thousand word essay on the subject, but a title. Nothing, nada, diddly-squat. So, because I don’t want to be accused of stalling, I’m calling the theme my A to Z Fantasy Squad – A Creature Feature. Try fitting that into a discernible hashtag…on second thoughts, don’t, because you’d probably do a much better job! *Note to self; next time ask Diana.* I swear, titles are my kryptonite.

I will be exploring mythical and fantasy creatures in media, which includes; literature, film and television. For each member of my fantasy squad, I will compare different interpretations and share these findings with you!

Most of my research is done, so all I need to do now is prepare the posts and the fun can begin 🙂

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to seeing you on the road from A to Z.




Awesome! I wish you the best of luck (and lots of fun) with the challenge 🙂

Titles are the hardest! 🙂 You have a great theme, I love fantasy creatures so I shall definitely be returning to see what you have come up with.
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This looks fascinating – I’m really looking forward to this!

This looks great!

(Augh, trying to title mine is awful too. Trying to make a pun on using an acronym in the title of the A to Z challenge… not happening… I’ll probably think of one halfway through when it’s too late to use it.)

Mythical and fantasy creatures are some of my favorite things. Your theme sounds similar to my theme last year–that is to say, really cool. 😉 I look forward to it!

Great theme. I love fantasy creatures. I always find new ones that give me a story idea. =)

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Hooray–this looks like such fun! I wonder if we’re going to end up covering any of the same creatures/monsters.

    Thanks 🙂 I love your theme, and I can’t wait to see what you have in store for us! I’m using creature in its broadest sense, so I’m including angels and the like, but there are definitely monsters too 🙂

I adore mythical creature themes! I always learn something new 🙂

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Lovely! I love the name and I’m excited to read what you have in store for all of us.

I think we will get along well 🙂 I am going all Harry Potter for the challenge. Saw your post on Linda’s blog 🙂 Had to stop over to lend support! Good luck

    I’ll learn something new in that case, because I haven’t actually read Harry Potter (I know, I know – where have I been?!) But regardless, I’m sure you’re absolutely right, we will get on well. Thanks for stopping by and offering your support. Catch you along the road! 🙂

This sounds awesome! Can’t wait to read the posts on this subject, I enjoy anything about fantasy creatures. Good luck with the challenge 🙂

I look forward to learning more about fantasy creatures – it’s gonna be a great month! 😀 Glad you’re joining in, Mel!

    It’s going to be a fantastic month – I’m so excited…so many wonderful blogs to explore! Thanks for your support, Linda and I look forward to catching up with you along the way 🙂

I know you’ll mention some of my favorite Marvel comics (like Arrow).

Mythical creatures! That sounds very cool.

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