#AtoZ: Q is for Quirky Index and a Q Post Round-Up
Quirky Index to the #AtoZ, 2014: Twenty-Six Writing Quirks written specifically for the 2014 AtoZ Challenge
Week 1 (April 1-5)
#AtoZ, 2014: A is for Ampersands. Right or Wrong.
#AtoZ, 2014: B is for BBQ and Buffalo Chips
#AtoZ, 2014: C is for Calendar Quirks
#AtoZ, 2014: D is for Deep-Fried Hyphens
#AtoZ, 2014: E is for Exclamations from High School
Week 2 (April 7-12)
#AtoZ, 2014: F is for Freshly Squeezed Adverbs
#AtoZ, 2014: G is for Gobs of Hyphens Used Correctly
#AtoZ, 2014: Hyperventilating on Hyphens
#AtoZ, 2014: I iz for Iz-zies, Ar-zies, Waz-zies, & Wer-zies
#AtoZ, 2014: J is for Jarfuls of Jam: Another Quirk?
#AtoZ, 2014: K is for Knights-Errant, Kit and Caboodle, and Kitty-cornered
#AtoZ, 2014: L is for Lose and Loose, Loosey-goosey, and LOL
#AtoZ, 2014: M is for Mahjong, Majiang, Mah-jongg, Mahjongg, or Mah jongg
#AtoZ, 2014: N is for Neither–Nor, but not Humpty Dumpty
#AtoZ, 2014: Oh, On Top (Weekly Photo Challenge) and O Writing Posts
#AtoZ, 2014: P is for Photo Blog and On Top Again
#AtoZ, 2014: Q is for Quirk Index and Q Round-Up
Week 4 What’s next? (April 21-26)
#AtoZ, 2014: R is for Resent or Re-sent? Hyphen Hysterics
#AtoZ, 2014, S is for #Cee’s Photo: S is for Shadows… and Shakespeare Sayings
#AtoZ, 2014: S is for From Cee’s to Shiny Cee’s
#AtoZ, 2014: T is for Totally Twitter: Follow, Autofollow, or Not
#AtoZ, 2014: U is for Unfinished, Underdeveloped, Unprintable Posts
#AtoZ, 2014: V is for Verb-less Sentences
#AtoZ, 2014: W is for Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters
Week 5 (April 28-30)
#AtoZ, 2014: X is for X. Is It Better to Be Safe Or Sorry
#AtoZ, 2014: Y is for Yadda, Yadda, Yadda and Yakety-yak
#AtoZ, 2014: Z is for Zero the Hero in a Repeat Performance
May A to Z Wrap-up Posts
1. #AtoZ, 2014: Bonus Wrap-up: Writers I Met on the AtoZ Highway
2. #AtoZ Wrap-Up Post 2: A to Z Reflections and Five More Writers
Q Posts from other bloggers:
Eclectic Odds n Sods: Quirky A-Z: Vintage & Emotions
Hanna Plummer, Q is for Quote
Terribly Write: Guess what’s not a question
Basil Rene, Life as an Anomaly: Quietly Question Everything
MJ Wright: Writing only looks easy. But it can be learned.
Your turn: What writing quirks or interesting words do you find in writing?
Janice Hall Heck, retired educator, blogger, and
nitpicky editor of On the Horizon, a bi-monthly community newsletter for Horizons at Woods Landing, Mays Landing, NJ, is quite possibly a grammar geek.
Oh Heck! Another Writing Quirk, theme for the amazing 2014 A to Z Challenge, suggests ways to improve our writing by avoiding and/or eliminating troublesome bug-a-boos that cramp our writing style.
oh wow! they are both very talented. You must be proud. 🙂
Yes. They are adorable kids!
Your blog is one of a handful I shall make a point of holding onto for future reference. I just thought I’d let you know before the ‘end’. It will be kept alongside dragons, murder weapons, Dr Who, and shape-shifters. LOL
Well, thank you, Tom. I don’t mind keeping company with the dragons, but I am not so sure about the murder weapons. Could we keep them locked up? So nice to have met you on A to Z.
Ooooo, I’ve found another word lover! I’m afraid I’m addicted to alliteration myself (my Q post title is Quiet Time for Cat Contemplation on the Couch)! Nice to meet you Janice.
Oh yes, I do like alliteration, but sometimes I have to rein myself in at my own silliness. Nice to meet you in the A to Z.
Luckily my dog wrote that post, so I can blame all the silliness on him. 😉
FireBonnet You have a very talented dog. I’m envious. Do you rent him out? Sometimes I get stuck for blog ideas. Having a handy rent-a-dog blogger might help. I have cat bloggers in my family, but they can be very independent, and they don’t believe in deadlines, sometimes waiting til the very last minute to turn in their posts. They make me nervous.
I chose quirk for Q because I find characters with quirky traits to be far more interesting to write and I ,like flukes and idiosyncrasies
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We all have our quirky side and we identify with characters who act the way we do. Love your symbols.
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