The “Z” word

This post is a continuation of my last post, since I was way too tired to put out a proper post.

Zoo, 50%; zabaglione, 16.7%; zilch, 33.3%“Zoo” is the word for Friday. I’ll also post the results from today’s poll about ebook title and subtitle. If you’d like more info on the project and ebook purpose, check out my somewhat incoherent ramblings from my last post.

Now, it figures that I’d fall behind at the end of the project. But, hey, I made it all the way to “Y” before I was late, although there we a few other close calls. Overall, I’m pleased with the work I’ve done. They may not be great poems, but I held myself accountable to practicing my poetry writing skills.

After I post the title of the ebook, I’ll be taking a short break. In August, I’ll be getting back to doing some book reviews, primarily on picture books by Michigan authors and/or illustrators. I love my home state and I love picture books, so I’m hoping to put the two together, and I currently have two half-finished reviews that have been nagging at me.

However, since I prefer to put a lot of work into my reviews and include helpful resources for storytimes, etc, I’ll most likely be only posting one review per month. I was thinking maybe I’ll post one review and one original poem per month. Thoughts? Where do you think I should take my blog? What do you want to hear more about? All suggestions are welcome.

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Author: Nessa

Librarian for people with visual and physical impairments, and mother of two sharp-witted alien children.

2 thoughts on “The “Z” word”

  1. Astonishing! Brilliant! Cool! Daring! Exciting! Fantastic! Great! Hair-raising! In! Jokes! Killer-good! ‘Like’! Magnificent! New! Outstanding! Prying! Quick! Rocking! Shocking! Thrilling! Unique! Vigorous! Wonderful! Yay! Zapping! (I left out X, but you understand, right? 😉 )

  2. I applaud your efforts Nessa. And, I enjoyed participating. If you choose the first subtitle, I would remove the word “an”. It isn’t needed. was torn on the title. There were two I liked.

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