This post is written in response to the daily prompt: A to Z.
Alphabetical challenges are nothing new.
Bloggers in profusion posted in an orderly fashion in April.
Challenges of every kind attract competitive types.
Daily targets must be met.
Every entrant should take a look at what other participants have written.
Freshly pressed is a status symbol.
Greenhorns have much to gain by reading the documentation.
History could be a category or tag.
Information is available on the worldwide web.
Judging between competition entries must be difficult at times.
Knowledge is shared by kind people.
Links can help readers find information.
Managing comments might be interesting.
Opening paragraphs pull in readers (or not!)
Punctuation helps make sense of long sentences.
Questions and answers are now known as FAQs in many cases.
Rhyme and reason sometimes coexist.
Some seniors have time to write.
Television is less interactive than blogging…
…Unless a blogger is interviewed by a presenter!
Versatile bloggers share awards.
Words appear even on photographic posts.
Xylophones are named after the
Latin Greek for wood.
Young people may be exceptionally gifted writers.
Zebras feature on the WordPress Pachyderm theme.