Tuesday

S is for Savery


Setting up blog posts for S Day, A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers? That's simply superb!

S is for Savery.


An Elephant Rubbing Itself Against a Tree 
by Roeland Savery 
c1610


Surely, that's something to see!

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Monday

R is for Reinagle


Rev it up for Letter R Day, A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers.

R is for Reinagle.


Blue Passion Flower 
by Philip Reinagle 
1800

Remind our readers:
Write a comment with a link to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other post for R-Day. Be sure to follow or bookmark this page, and return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your blog as well. That's right!

Ready - set - go!

Saturday

Q is for Querfurt


 Queue up those Q-day posts, A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers.

Q is for Querfurt.

Portrait of Karl Alexander of Wurttemberg 
by August Querfurt 
c1735

Want to point to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other post for Q-day. Leave a comment!

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Friday

P is for Pollard


Pow! We're pulling into P-Day for A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers. Poets and penmen: What are you publishing on this prized occasion?


P is for Pollard.

The Derby Pets:The Arrival 
by James Pollard 
c1840

Poke our readers with a comment, pointing to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for P-day.

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Thursday

O is for van Ostade


Oh, boy. It's Letter O Day for A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers. Outstanding!



O is for van Ostade.

 
Mother Holding Her Child in a Doorway 
by Adriaen van Ostade
1667

Outline your outlook with a comment, linking to your own NaPoWrimo, April A to Z, or other post on O-day, so our readers can find what you have posted. It makes no difference if your post is observant, outlandish, or off-the-wall!

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Wednesday

N is for Nardi


 Nice! It's already N-Day for A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers. Naturally, that's no nonsense.



N is for Nardi.

Mussels Fishing in Toulon 
by Francois Nardi 
c1908

Nudge readers with a comment, linking to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for N-day.

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Tuesday

M is for Marshall



Hmm. Today is M Day for A-Z bloggers. Are we gonna make it? Maybe ...and maybe not.


Here's something to marvel about. It might even summon some brainstorming for mid-challenge blog posts or NaPoWriMo machinations.



M is for Marshall.

Portrait of Daniel Lambert 
by Benjamin Marshall 
c1806


Make your mark with a comment, linking to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for the day.
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