What are Alphabet stories?

Around midnight, I posted a short story called Alphabet stories – Adam. This is a challenge I gave myself. It doesn’t have anything to do with AtoZ challenge that many are a part of in April. My idea came from a book my sister suggested I’d read. It’s not my cup of tea, but it gave me the inspiration for this. In the book, a man is taking a woman on ABC themed activities each weekend.

As I said, I haven’t read the book, but my idea was to write a short story every day (26 stories) with characters whose names are related to the alphabet. Maybe the stories are weaved into something big, maybe not. I am not sure yet.

The idea came late last night, I wrote, I posted and now I gave a little insight.

A song will follow shortly 🙂

5 thoughts on “What are Alphabet stories?

  1. You should plan it out and wait to post until AtoZ starts! LOL I know it wasn’t intended to be part of the challenge, but the community that builds from it is amazing. And if you’re already writing and have an idea, it would be perfect to join in 😉 just a thought

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      1. LOL that’s ok! There really are no rules just that you make a post on a specific day about a specific letter. I’m in the process of scheduling all my posts now. I finished “I” last night which brought me up to April 10th. I’m trying for two each day, but I’ve already skipped a few. Lesson planning is a little more important right now HAHA gotta get organized for my ducklings. Online lessons start tomorrow! But then I’ll go back to planning out AtoZ. I should be done lessons today lol.

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