Sunday, March 22, 2015

A to Z Challenge : Theme Reveal

Actually at the start of the new year when it is time for resolutions, I had told myself that I would outline the sketch of that ever elusive story that I have been intending to write. I discovered I do not work if there are no deadlines drawn up. And thus I targeted the release for April in the A to Z challenge.   

In the last three months,  I have worked on it with the aim of releasing it as 26 different write-ups for the A to Z challenge. I am not 100% there, but hopefully there will be no Hiccups. 90% preparedness is better than no preparedness.    

Unlike last year where I wrote on everyday happenings through photographs that I had clicked on my mobile phone, this year I have been a little better planned. 
Also this year’s A to Z challenge has nothing to do with present, but is my endeavour of chronicling some incidents in the history that have directly or indirectly shaped me and who I am...  

Thus was born 

Four generations : Three continents : Two  world wars : One village   

These are tales spanning four generations spread across three continents in between and after the two world wars of people who set forth under different circumstances from one small village called Agaramangudi.   

The  story line traverses through different time lines, locations or incidents  with no particular order. The  only order being the alphabetical one – A to Z meant purposefully for the A to Z challenge , these posts  can be read as standalone posts, but would be best comprehended  if you read them along with their prelude  links.  

I am excited as well as very anxious. 
I would love to hear from  you ... good bad or ugly ... does not matter.  

Read on ... and please... please... please... provide me our feedback.   

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  1. Wowzers that sounds like a theme and a half!

    Best of luck and can't wait to see what it entails!

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  2. A very creative idea for A to Z. I'm looking forward to it!

  3. Sounds like an ambitious theme :) Good luck!

  4. Sounds like an exciting ride!

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  5. That sounds very fascinating. Agaramangudi indeed. Though I have never been there, one branch of my ancestors hail from that district. Really looking forward to reading your posts. You have made me very curious Jayanthi :) And wish you all the best!

  6. I look forward to reading your A to Z:)


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