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Monday, March 26, 2018

This Year’s A to Z Challenge - Children’s Writers!

I’ve been noticing that people on my blog dashboard are announcing their choice of theme for this year’s A to Z blogging challenge, and have been thinking of mine. I’ve already covered Australian crime and spies, the themes of two of my children’s non fiction books. Somebody else did women scientists last year, so... what else do I know about? Well, there were monsters and creatures of the night, the theme of my first book, but maybe next year. There are plenty of specialist folklore blogs around.
So, roll of drums! I will post next month on the theme of Australian children’s and YA writers and artists. There are so many great ones that I may have to write about two in some posts. And I will stick to those I know fairly well, though I might make an exception for the letter X, where I found only one listed author, whom I haven’t read.

So, time to go register! Next month is coming! 

8 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Sue - that'll be interesting to read and to see ... looking forward to them - cheers Hilary

Sue Bursztynski said...

Thanks, Hilary, looking forward to yours too.

Claire Noland said...

Hi Sue - I'm looking forward to reading about the Australian children's writers and books that you share. Have fun with the challenge!

Sue Bursztynski said...

Thanks, Claire! I’ve prepared the first two posts. I’m still trying to decide among all the terrific writers we have here. Some posts will have two or three.

DMS said...

This sounds like a fun theme. I always love learning about new children's authors. Looking forward to seeing and reading your posts. :)
~Jess

Sue Bursztynski said...

Thanks, Jess! I’ll look out for yours too.

T.S. Valmond said...

Excellent theme! So many books to add to the reading list. Thank's so much for sharing these.
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Sue Bursztynski said...

Thanks, I’ll look forward to seeing what you think of my actual posts!