Asian Stories - AtoZ 2017

Thursday, May 5, 2016

SUCCESS Reflection --> atozchallenge


I did write 26 stories daily and posted to wattpad.com so others could read--> followed my theme, emotions that fit the story with one negative, had a title design for each story and the LETTER A to Z from the Blogging Challenge. I did survive and did succeed. And my pledge is to weekly add another tale --> I did fail telling the stories on soundcloud.com because this not the venue for storytelling. So my next GREAT PROJECT will be how-to put verbal stories on itunes, plus interviews with artists, writers, and storytellers, telling their back-story of their venues for their audiences --> viewers, readers, and listeners.

Now, more stories to come!
And beyond that on the last day, April 30th, having finish early in the morning the atoz challenge; I went to the Bay Area Storytelling Festival, their last of 30. Once, I volunteer and did publicity, 2008, 2009, and 2010 the 25th festival plus took photos. One marvelous, fantastic, well-organized story festival done by volunteers for 30 years sharing professional performers from across the country and the Bay Area. A family of friends, which I hope regroups into another fantastic venue. Best of all, I bought 26 raffle tickets for my 26 stories written and posted for readers to enjoy. And beyond that, and beyond, guess what?  --> I WON THE hand-stitched QUILT, the LAST ONE, 30 YEARS of festivals and 30 years of quilts! APRIL 30 was a good day!


5 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing your experience with us. Congratulations on completing the A to Z Challenge and congratulations on winning the quilt. That's a pretty cool prize!

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Arlee, was fun and I got a ton of stories done and ready for the next step. Thank-you for all the organization and extra work you do! I tried to spread the AtoZ Challenge as far as I could. See YOU next year!

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  2. What a great way to end the challenge! Every time you look at the quilt you'll remember your 26 stories and all the festivals. :)

    @ShonnaSlayton from
    Author Shonna Slayton: A to Z of the 1800s

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    1. Reading your http://shonnaslayton.com/2016/04/ blog! I like faeries, also, and wrote - Rhyonna's Fright. You are one energetic writer. GOOD for you!

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  3. Sounds like you achieved a lot the April! Well done on winning the quilt, 26 was lucky for you :)
    Debbie

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