Literary Devices from A to Z

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First there was NaNoWriMo – write an entire novel in 30 days during the month of November. Now there’s the A to Z Challenge – post 26 blogs in the month of April (Sundays not included), each blog on a different topic, each featuring a different letter of the alphabet.

Piece of cake, no?

Announcing my first attempt at the A to Z Challenge (drumroll, please?): Literary Devices from A to Z, a device a day for your literary pleasure.

To help illustrate each device, I’ll be relying heavily on my own reading and (especially) writing experience. The whole point of this exercise is to be read and make connections with my fellow blog-writers, so participants are asked to visit at least 5 participant blogs a day in addition to posting. I’m including the Linky list with the other theme listings with this post and every other Challenge post, in case you’re interested.

Wish me luck!

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16 Responses to Literary Devices from A to Z

  1. I look forward to what you will be doing with this. I am actually doing something very similar, where I am doing Literary terms. Some I had to be a little creative on for what I’m doing specifically. You should check mine out as well.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks, Chris. I will take a look over the weekend. Best of luck with the challenge.

  3. Tasha says:

    Good luck! Literary devices sounds most interesting and I’m dying to know what you came up with for z and x. X was a real pain for me and my theme 🙂
    Tasha
    Tasha’s Thinkings

  4. Ava Quinn says:

    It’s my first time participating in the challenge too. I think you came up with a great theme! Can’t wait to check it out. 🙂

  5. admin says:

    Thanks, Tasha.

    Haven’t thought that far ahead yet. Had to fudge a few along the way so far. Guess I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it.

    Best wishes.

  6. admin says:

    Thanks, Ava. Can’t wait to check a few of these out (including yours) later in the day.

  7. Jorie says:

    Hallo, Hallo fellow A2Z’er!

    I had a bit of a “late, late” like the Rabbit of Alice in Wonderland start to the A to Z Reveal today! Thankfully, everyone has been posting their Reveal posts to Twitter, and thereby, I am able to visit & hop! 🙂

    Being a fellow writer & reader, I am most keen to see where you take your A2Z Posts!! 🙂 Drawing out from your own experiences will surely keep in a heap of antidotes & observations! I’ve added you to my A2Z Bloggers list on Twitter! This way, I can find all your future posts with ease!

    How a wicked sweet time blogging!
    I’m quite excited myself! 🙂
    I’m a first timer btw!

    Jorie A to Z Reveal Post

  8. admin says:

    Hi, Jorie. I’m going over to check your site out, too. Best of luck with the challenge. Us A2Z virgins have too stick together.

  9. Damyanti says:

    Lovely theme– look forward to your posts. thanks for joining the theme reveal, and all the best for the challenge!

    Damyanti
    Co-host, A to Z Challenge April 2014
    Twitter: @AprilA2Z
    #atozchallenge

  10. Alex Hurst says:

    Ooooo, you had me at the title! Totally going to follow you, though I may not have time to comment each time as you have a full-form comment box. 🙁

    Good luck!

  11. admin says:

    Thanks, Damyanti. I only just revealed my theme yesterday and already participation in the challenge has been a blast!

  12. admin says:

    Hi, Alex.Thank you so much for your post. Gorgeous images there. Best of luck with your blog challenge, too.

  13. Welcome to the A to Z challenge. Last year was my first attempt at it. It was fun.

    Good luck!
    Jamie Dement (LadyJai)
    My A to Z Challenge
    Caring for My Veteran

  14. admin says:

    Thanks, Jamie.Best of luck to you this year.

  15. N J Magas says:

    Best of luck! This is a really fun topic. I can’t wait to see what devices you choose!

  16. admin says:

    Thanks, Nicky, you too!

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