Today is no-post day according the the Blogging from A to Z Challenge April 2017 schedule.
I’m taking this opportunity to reveal my theme for the month. I missed the March 20 theme reveal date, so I didn’t use that badge.
April 2017 Blogging from A to Z Challenge theme:
Components of Literature
My goal is to choose some interesting or lesser known terms and devices.
A – Antagonist in April
B – Balanced Sentence and Beer
C – Crisis versus Conflict
D – Diction and Dursley
E – Exposing Exposition
F – Foiled Again! (Foil as a character or subplot; post includes Frame Story)
Special (F): F is for Foreshadowing (reblogged)
G – Guts as in Grit
H – Hope and Humanity
I – Incidentally, Inciting Force
J – Just Juxtaposition
K – Killing
L – Love, Actually
M – Moving Along with Motifs — And More (Metonymy, Mood, Music)
N – Narrated by the Narrator (includes POV, Novel, Novella, Novelette, Nom de Plume)
O – Oppression
P – Pathos and Deep POV
Special* (P): Indirect Discourse in Third-Person Limited POV
Q – Quite the Quest
R – Round Robin & Red Herring, Reversal & Recognition
S – Synecdoche
Special (S): Spring Is Not Available in Your Area—But It’s Happening Somewhere!
Special (T): Taxing Tax Time, Part 1 — A to Z Poem
T – Telling the Tale
U – Underscoring the Importance of Understatement
V – Verisimilitude
W – Writing Wit
Special (W): Walk a Mile in My Shoes (reblogged)
Special (W): Wake Up and Smell the Coffee
X – Xenia
Y – Yarn
Z – Zoomorphism
Special (finale): Taxing Tax Time, Part 2 — A to Z poem
Authors and editors, you may enjoy this series of A to Z Challenge (2017) posts on the Write Through It blog by Susanna Sturgis, beginning with A is for Audience. (Use arrows at the bottom of the post to advance.) Also see A to Z Story Stuff by Allison Maruska, A to Z Idioms by Its PH, and A to Z stories about Anders Sand by Iain Kelly.