Looking back on the #AtoZ2019challenge

Now that the AtoZchallenge for 2019 is over, I just thought I’d do a quick retrospective 🙂

A for Arkham Horror talked about the first Arkham Horror board game
B for Babylon 5 talked about the TV show Babylon 5
C for Caprica touched on the show Caprica
D for Dune talked about the books and Dune Movies (and we’re excited to see what happens with the new reboot!)
E for Eldrich Horror touched on the Eldrich Horror game
F for Firefly talked about our love for the Firefly show
G for Game of Thrones introduced our love for a great show, and we’re working on setting up a whole blog for it.
H for Heroes talked about the original series and specifically the first seasons of the show.
I for Infinity Stones speculates a bit on Endgame and talks about Thaons, the Mad Titan
J is for Jumanji – the original movie
K is for Killers – maybe an odd fandom choice, but I’m very interested in serial killers.
L is for Lexx – an off the wall sci-fi show with a cult following
M is for Mansions of Madness, another favorite #game of the team
N is for Nightwatch, a brilliant Terry Pratchett book
O is for Orville, a comedy/sci-fi show that is actually more than it looks on the surface
P is ‘all things punk‘ – talking about cyber, steam and other styles of ‘punk’ writing
Q is for Questioning the future – an essential part of sci-fi fandoms
R is for Red Dwarf – another comedy/sci-fi story, though it’s one of the best out there
S is for Star Trek – the doorway to televisual sci-fi for both of us, really
T is for The umbrella Academy – Spoilers, though not many, about the new Netflix show
U is for Stargate Universe – talking about the short lived story of SGU.
V is for Voyager, and how I didn’t really like it
W is for Westworld, which we both really do like!
X is for Crossovers (yes, I cheated) and talking about the Arrowverse mostly!
Y is Yesterday versus tomorrow – examining history’s impact on our story writing
Z is for Zombies!  Nuff said!

We had a great time writing 13 posts each for the challenge, and we had a blast sharing with you.  The blog will settle into a less intense pattern of publishing, I guess, in the next few weeks, but thank you for coming along for the ride!

About Kai Viola 29 Articles
Kai is a veteran writer with many years of experience under her belt. At 40, she's having a lot of fun being a geek and playing games, and watching all her favorite things and writing about them. When not blogging or researching for the blog, Kai can be found writing her books, looking after the server and generally messing around with the blog and it's envrions. She also formats books and designs apps, knits and has a strong interest in cyber security and info-sec.

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