Monday, April 7, 2014

A to Z Challenge: The Letter F




The Write Game's Theme 
AtoZ Blog Challenge
2014

WINNER WEEK ONE
TA DA

MICHELLE WALLACE
THE PRINCESS OF GLIBNESS
She even had the cat laughing!
email me Michelle and the prize is yours.
http://www.cleemckenziebooks.com/contact.html

Now for Week TWO

Stuff I Learned or Laughed at from Bloggers in the 2013 A to Z Challenge .

All you gots to do is identify the Mystery Blogger each day. I’ll give you hints when I can. I'll post the answers and the winner each Monday.

Three visitors (one each week) can win: 
Week 2) an ebook of Alligators Overhead 
Week 3)an ebook of Sliding On The Edge 
Week 4) an ebook of The Princess of Las Pulgas 

 (If you already have one of the prizes, I'll figure something else out!)

BY

1) identifying the most bloggers correctly=2 points.  
2) leaving witty comments=1 point or more depending on glibness
3) adding to the information and making it more valuable=2 points 


TIES WILL BE BROKEN BY MY CAT. SHE'S FAIR AND IMPARTIAL.UNLESS CATNIP IS INVOLVED, THEN SHE GOES WITH THE BEST SUPPLIER.

Foxwick



Mystery Blogger F’s 2013 theme: "This year's A to Z Challenge theme is: All About Foxwick.

"F has to be for Foxwick, since that’s what we’re talking about this month."

Foxwick is a quaint kingdom. They’ve been a kingdom for over a thousand years. Various kingdoms and places surround Foxwick, which keeps Foxwick on its toes. They strive for peace, but war plagues them. Whether their southern neighbor Wintermill is sending soldiers or their northern neighbor Lochhollow has decided to attack Foxwick, this kingdom can always count on their eastern neighbor Valdale.

The castle is nestled right against the town. Since the kingdom was created, the people have never revolted and had mainly great kings rule over them.

How many more years does Foxwick have? I don’t know. Hopefully many, many more."

Hint: This Blogger/Writer creates some amazing kingdoms to visit.


SIGN UP or VISIT the others who are on this AtoZ Challenge and check out the HOSTS:



Arlee Bird @ Tossing it Out
Tina @ Life is Good
Damyanti @ Amlokiblogs
Jeremy @ Being Retro
Nicole Ayers - The Madlab Post

61 comments:

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    1. You just can't miss one, can you? :-)

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  2. Thank you C.Lee!
    ... and this has to be Cherie Reich!

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  3. This is easy. Who has not heard of the creations of Cherie Reich?

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  4. Okay. Guess I must go with Cherie!

    I really like this theme, C.Lee.

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    1. I've got to start making these harder!

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  5. For once, I think I'm going to guess right. It is Cherie Reich. And yes she does create some awesome kingdoms to visit in books :-)

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    1. Cherie will be happy to read your comment.

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  6. Every day, I'm finding more and more bloggers I need to check out. Even if I'm not able to guess them, you're doing all of us newbies a public service. :)

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    1. That's great. Glad this is worth your time to stop by!

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  7. Cherie Reich! She's such a talented writer. Congratulations to Michelle!

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    1. I know she appreciates your comment.

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    1. I'm not keeping the mystery very long am I?

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  9. I'm going to have to go check her out!

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  10. Foxwick sounds like a delightful place

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  11. Congrats to Michelle! And I definitely know this one is Cherie.

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    1. We are beginning to know each other very well, it seems.

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  12. After scrolling through the comments, I will have to say ... ummm .... Cherie Reich.

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    1. You, of course, didn't read the comments before you guessed, right?

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  13. Stopping by to visit from A to Z.

    Foxwick sounds like a nice place to visit too!

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  14. Foxwick sounds like an ideal place to live ... unless trouble is headed their way.

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  15. Thanks so much for coming over to my blog. I just looked at the vid for your new book and ordered it... my neph. loves that stuff... Of course I get to read it first!

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    1. You now have my undivided attention. Thanks for the visit and for ordering my book.

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  16. I hope the unrest in Foxwick settles down soon! :)

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  17. This is a really unique idea for an A-Z theme and a great way to showcase other blogs. I didn't know of Cherie Reich until now so thanks for the introduction.

    ~Tizzy @ Creative Therapy

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    1. Yes, please visit her and the others. That would be great.

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  18. I'll go with Cherie too. And what a great idea for a theme.

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  19. I know this one too! It's Cherie Reich. She's been a guest on my blog and is a great writer. =D

    ~Patricia Lynne~
    Story Dam
    Patricia Lynne, YA Author

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  20. Without a doubt, this is Cherie Reich. I was so impressed that she'd actually produced something from the A-Z.

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  21. Oooh! Cherie's going to be excited you have her theme today! :) (I don't think I can be counted on this one since I am one of her critique partners!)

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  22. Cherie Reich, the Mistress of Fantasy!
    I love the new book carousels you have. With all the people we know who've published books, those things fill up pretty quick, huh? ;)

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    1. I know. I feel like I can't sleep without waking up to a new book by someone I know.

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  23. Foxwick sounds like a very happening place. Perfect for the letter F.

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  24. That's Cherie Rich, I've reviewed this book. And congrats, Michelle!

    Damyanti, cohost, AZ 2014

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  25. What a fun way to use the challenge participants!
    Play off the Page

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  26. Yay for Michelle. I hope my local AAA has a trip package to Foxwick.

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  27. I have no idea how to play the game but Foxwick seems like an interesting place to visit.

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  28. Greetings human type celebrity, Lee,

    Congrats to the adorable princess that is Michelle. Of course, pawsonally, my human and I avoid being glib.

    "Foxwick"? My human though that had something to do with sticking a candle up a fox's pawsterior. I told him not to be such a silly human.

    Cherie will be in fantasy land when she hopefully notes my well thought out and totally sincere comment.

    Penny, the pawsitive host of the Alphabark Challenge, 2014!

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    1. Your comments are always totally sincere. I recognize sincerity when I read it.

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  29. It's even easier when the first comment always has the answer. :)

    Random Musings from the KristenHead — F is for 'Fringe' and 'Firefly': First-class Sci-fi Shows

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  30. Kristen is right! LOL But knew this one - I even have the book. Cherie Reich.

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  31. So, are the answers to last week here and I just can't find them?

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  32. Hi Lee .. I knew this one .. but couldn't remember - til Alex popped up as numero uno commenter! Obviously an F book I need to read ..

    Cheers Hilary

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