A: April

It’s April 1, which means it’s the first day of the Blogging A to Z Challenge. This entire month I will be posting everyday (‘cept Sundays). The first day (today) I pick a topic that starts with “A,” tomorrow a topic that starts with “B,” Day after tomorrow a topic that starts with “C,” and so on and so forth until I end with a topic that starts with “Z” on the 30th of this month. Normally, during this challenge, I would have Sundays off to not blog, but since I post Author Interviews on Sundays, I should be posting every single day.

Today, being the first day of the challenge, my topic should start with the letter “A,” which is fortuitous because my name is April. Having an “A” name makes the introduction day easy.

About April and the blog:

Yup, that's me.
Yup, that’s me, decked out in my day hike gear.

So hello bloggers! My name is April Loebick. By day, I am the managing editor at the University Press of North Georgia. By night though, I am a writer, book reviewer, and corgi wrangler. I am married with three dogs. Currently, my husband and I are working together on writing a fantasy novel. Since both of us work full time, it’s a slow process. We’re only on chapter five, but it is one of the most meaningful projects I’ve ever worked on.

On this blog, you’ll find a couple of different topics. About two to three times a week, I post my book reviews. I also post publishing news commentary, writing prompts, pictures from my hikes, and occasionally, pictures of my three furry children.

So welcome to Wife, Writer, Woman. I do hope you enjoy your stay. Feel free to browse around. You might be interested in my recent posts: Afternoon with William Faulkner, an Author Interview with Christopher Moore, the latest Wednesday Writing Prompt, or my review of Blood and Bullets by James R. Tuck.

You can also follow me on Twitter @Anloebick
Check out my reviews on Goodreads

Feel free to hit the comments if you have any questions!



15 thoughts on “A: April

      1. That’s great news. My husband and I do not write together but we have worked together for many years. It was also successful. I’m sure not many can do it. 🙂

    1. I call the month of April the “Month of a thousand distractions” because every time someone talks about the date and mentions “April” I look up and go “what?,” looking for who’s talking to me, and then I remember…

  1. Hi April. I knew I’d get here eventually. Thanks for dropping by my place. I’ve been trying to reach the end of the present draft of a novel, so the A – Z wasn’t time perfectly for me. Now that I’ve seen what you’re about, I’ll be following.

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