A to Z Challenge, Day 26: Z Is For Zen Garden Collective

Woot!  We have made it through the challenge.  This picture is actually two summers ago, but the sentiment still stands.  Hammock, knitting, a relaxing cup of tea – YOU’VE EARNED IT!

But before you go, here’s a parting thought:  Rachel and I have been hard at work, behind the scenes, with several of our cohort at the Writer Zen Garden.  We’ll be launching the non-profit Zen Garden Collective later this year, a place for people to collaborate, create, and grow.

In the meantime, we hope you’ve enjoyed this ride on the interwebs with me, A. Catherine Noon, and my partner in crime, Rachel Wilder.  You can follow us by clicking the “follow” link on the left panel, visit our other blogs, and even join Writer Zen Garden.  The Meetup group is free, and so is the online forum; if you’d like to join the forum, please email me at a.catherine.noon AT gmail – we manually approve new members to cut down on spam accounts.  (We had a rash of Viagra ads one day and just decided, “Enough is enough!”  šŸ™‚

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And finally, keep your eyes peeled for our forthcoming release from LooseId LLC and the paperback release of TIGER TIGER from Samhain Publishing.  We have more books planned (EMERALD KEEP and Mitch’s book are coming together nicely) and will announce those when they’re done.  Thank you to each and every one of our readers who have made our blogs a pleasure to write and who buy our books:  we love you all!
Thank you for visiting, and happy blogging!

13 Replies to “A to Z Challenge, Day 26: Z Is For Zen Garden Collective”

  1. Congratulations on completing the challenge! Ooh, I wish I was knitting in a hammock right now…
    Love your map in the earlier post – stories that require maps are always so exciting.

  2. Copngrats on finishing the challenge. I’ve continued to blog a-z in May and am road tripping..car’s fully gassed and hitting lots of folks I didn’t get during the month of April. Love the picture, what are you making? I’m a knitter and crocheter; but would think doing so in hammock, could be dangerous, lol

    Sandy at Traveling Suitcase

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