Originally, Z was going to be for Zacharia Pemberton, the founder of the PID. But honestly it sucked. It was less than 150 words, and they weren't very interesting words either.
According to this website, zikomo is the Chichewa world for thank you, and that's what I want to say to each and every one of you.
Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, to everyone who has read and commented on my blog during the course of the A-Z Challenge.
The reactions I've had to the snippets from Sibylline Nights has been amazing, and really encouraged me to keep going with this story, make it as perfect as it can be and share it with you all one day.
I've also met some really awesome people, and found some amazing blogs through the challenge. I know there's many sites I'll continue to visit after April.
The A-Z challenge experience has been a great one for me, as I've gotten so much out of it, not least of all character development and backstory to add depth to my novel. It's really great to know people have found reading this information as interesting as I found writing it.
I'd also like to thank everyone at a-to-zchallenge.com for doing suck a kick ass job hosting this event. You guys rock!!
Finally, I'd like to thank my ever patient husband, and owner/ editor/ writer of VGI, who has not only kept up with the A-Z challenge himself in the VGI A-Z of Gaming, but also took the time to proof read my posts every day. Thank you.
I'm looking forwards to seeing what everyone brings to the blogging table in May and beyond, and hopefully I'll see you all back here next year for another A-Z Challenge.