Signs to the A to Z Blog Challenge

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I really wasn’t planning to participate in the A to Z Challenge again. I had skipped last year for various private reasons. My returning to this was prompted by a series of other “various reasons” (that remain just as private). So, for April 2014, you will find a story a day (except Sundays) from me, on a blog that has been haphazard, at best, for over a year.

A to Z Blog Challenge: Staring with A on Tuesday, April 1st and ending with Z on Wednesday, April 30th. Click on the link if you’d like to sign up.

Signs is my theme for this year’s outing. Road signs, building signs, warning signs…Signs alert us to a multitude of messages. My plan is to use the alphabet through Signage, but not always  to stick to what the sign was originally intended to convey. So, the genre, and styles, of the posts will vary as my mood and interpretation sees fit. Possibly a poem or two. We’ll see.

I’m also trying something more of a challenge as was laid down in front of me by my SO: “Why not do it as a drabble or other word limited flash fiction style?”. A Drabble  is  100 Words Exactly. Challenge accepted.

Hope you enjoy it.

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About StuHN

I am a creative individual with many areas of passion: Professional Storyteller; NYS Certified Drama Specialist/Educator; Professional Development Coordinator & Facilitator; Workshop Leader; sometime Puppeteer; Playwright; Director; Performer; Teaching Artist; and sometimes more.

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  1. Stuart! Welcome back to the challenge, and so good to see you– I’m sorry I haven’t been in touch, but hope we’ll talk more as the challenge progresses.

    Look forward to your stories. Really, really.

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      • I’ve been good, and not so good. But that’s life. I’m celebrating the fact that we have you back.

        There’s still a spot on Writer Warriors, are you planning on joining Triberr back as well?

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      • I’m not sure if I’m back to writing “full time” again. Let’s talk after the month is over, and I’ll see where things stand with me.

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