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2021 A to Z Blogging Challenge | Wild & Free (Again, but with More Challenges) | #AtoZChallenge

The 2021 A to Z  Blogging  Challenge is here! Sadly, 2020 got the best of me and I only made it through the letter C in last year's blo...

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The 2021 A to Z Blogging Challenge is here!

Sadly, 2020 got the best of me and I only made it through the letter C in last year's blogging challenge. I am getting back on the horse in 2021, riding the same saddle (or theme) as 2020.  

Wild & Free - See the theme reveal section below for more details. 
I will be mixing in some of the reading challenges that I am participating in as well. I hope you'll join me in one.

I am also going to do the bonus A to Z multimedia challenge of adding short videos to my posts. I have been wanting to try out YouTube Shorts videos for a while. YouTube Shorts are vertical videos up to 60 seconds in length. They geared to be viewed on smart phones so they might look a little strange when viewed on a computer or a tablet.

Anywhoooo... the A to Z Challenge seems like a fun way to also dip my toes into the YouTube creator pool. I am going to update my three posts from last year with videos and continue on with the letter D.

Click on a letter below to see the related post

A - B - C - D - E

F - G - H - I

#AtoZChallenge 2021 Theme Reveal

I have been following the challenge for years, but have never actively participated. This year I am going all of the way, baby! I will be posting about bookish topics, of course.

Starting on April 1, the challenge is to publish a post every day in April, except for Sundays. That equals 26 days - so one day is dedicated to each letter of the alphabet. April 1 is A, April 2 is B, and so on throughout the month to Z...

I will be sharing books that I have released or will be releasing into the wild and then following via BookCrossing.

 BookCrossing is the act of releasing your books "into the wild" for a stranger to find, or via "controlled release" to another BookCrossing member, and tracking where they go via journal entries from around the world. Our community of 1,970,760 passionate, generous book-lovers is changing the world and touching lives, one traveling book at a time. We hope you join us! - BookCrossing

One of the goals on MY BOOKISH #20for2020 LIST was to show 99 books released on Book Crossing. I am going to try again to reach it this year.

Join us here on the Readeropolis blog for the A to Z Challenge all month long.

For more information, check out the Blogging from A to Z Challenge website

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