Blogchatter A to Z Challenge 2020- THEME REVEAL


April is around the corner folks and the Blogging World is gearing up for yet another A to Z Challenge 2020.

Last year, I had jumped in at the nick of time, without a theme and without preparation, and had landed up burning the midnight oil. But what a time I had! I found some wonderful friends from the blogging zone who held my hand for the entire year, and opened up new doors of the wonderful writing world. I am so grateful to A to Z 2019 for that.

This year I am a tiny little veteran (Ha!), having taken my lessons in ‘A to Z Management’. I HAVE A THEME!

My theme for the A to Z Challenge 2020 spearheaded at two levels by Arlee Bird and Richa Singh is,

I love rhyming. And I love researching History books. So, I decided to bring the two together and present tiny events from history- people, places, books, science, incidents- whatever interesting pieces I could find and turn them into a poem.

I hope to make my little pieces enjoyable, easy and breezy reads for all of you. I hope you go back from this page with a desire to find out a little more of what I tell you here. I wish to ignite that spark!

At the same time, I hope I can read lots of new bloggers/writers and meet like-minded people in this journey.

So, see you all, right here, each day starting April 1, 2020!

113 thoughts on “Blogchatter A to Z Challenge 2020- THEME REVEAL”

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  5. Poetry is my love forever, but history is what I’ve always hated. Now, I’m slowly falling in love with it. I think your posts will make me fall completely in love with history. All the best. 🙂

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  7. Dr. Surbhi Prapanna

    I am already a big fan of your writing style Sonia and this time your theme sounds like a treat for readers. looking forward to reading your amazing posts. all the best!

  8. History and Poetry…awesome theme. I like history and I like reading poetry but writing poetry is not my cup of tea. So hats off to you for picking this theme.

  9. This sounds like a wonderful theme, and I’m sure you will ignite many sparks…without burning your hands 🙂 I’m looking forward to following along!

    1. Wonderful to connect. I’m not very knowledgeable but I do try to read a lot and that’s what I hope to do this time…Read, rehash, reproduce… I hope it works out!

  10. I’m a great fan of history and poetry both, so the fusion poetry is going to be a treat! All the very best!

  11. I am waiting for your posts.
    You reminded me of NaPoWriMo I remember reading your posts, while I was a part of that challenge. April was fun, I agree, with new write-ups, readers, writers and a lot to learn. Although, I am unsure if I can do any of these challenges this year!

  12. I love history, so I am very much impressed with your bold choice. Waiting for your poetry. What a treat for the whole month! All the best Sonia

    1. Well your cheat posts will be new for me Roland…Lot of new people in the list..So I’m sure it will be great.
      I’m just having fun…Putting to rhyme some basic historical events!

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