And we all like challenges, right? Otherwise, there wouldn’t be the April A to Z challenge.
And my “blog-ception” here is a challenge in a challenge. The Ray Bradbury Challenge.
Today’s poem is Colorado by Carl Adamshick
Today’s story is Choice Spirits, by W. W. Jacobs
I have had band/work things until late every night since the first, so haven’t had the chance to go blog-hopping yet, but that is my goal for the rest of the week.
Ramya J S D'Rozario (@samantha_rjsdr) said:
Loved the poem. Thanks for sharing.
Live and Learn said:
I read about the Ray Bradbury challenge. I’m not a writer, but it could apply to many things. I like the part where he said that it’s hard to write 52 bad stories in a row so one of them had to be good. I’m going to give it some thought and see how I might adapt that concept to something in my life.
Live and Learn visiting from A-Z Challenge http://liveandlearn-tossandturn.blogspot.com/
zannierose a-z said:
long road into the snow covered mountain- who is behind the wheel- are they driving from or to?
That is actually the road into the town where I worked at a summer camp for three summers, Mt. Princeton in the San Isabel National Forest. I wasn’t driving in that photo, but I have several in the summertime that are the same view.