On the last Wednesday of every month ChicagoNow bloggers participate in “Blogapalooz-Hour,” an optional writing exercise in which at a specific time a topic unknown to the bloggers is sent out.
Whoever decides to partake must conceive, write and then publish a post exactly one hour later.
The February, 2017 topic: “Write about a book or publication that is special to you or has had a big impact on your life.”
Cancer Is Not A Gift: e.e. cummings offers a way into the heart
Candid Candace: With the flick of a wand, my love for books was born
Chicago On the Radar: A Book That Keeps Me in Line
Dry it in the Water: Our Family’s Long Relationship With Where the Wild Things Are
The Everyday Me: Experiencing God, the most life changing book I’ve ever read
less than perfect: ‘The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test’
Life is a TV Dinner: Are You the Stranger?
Listing Beyond Forty: Women Pulitzer Playwrights, a short book for a short list
The Little Voice That Lives In My Head: Three Children’s Books I Am Ready to Retire
Live What You Love: My First Blogapalooz-Hour: Success or Failure?
Looking for the Good: Get Lost In Doing What You Love
Ms. Crankypants and the City: Pregnant and Afraid? Maybe this book will help
Out of the Loop: The McLaughlin Group and Catholic Worker: On Display Today
Picks & Ponderings: Life, Death, and Words
Planet Michelle: The three books that made me ME
Quilting Sewing Creating: Les Miserables is a novel which has guided me through life
Raising Teens Right: How Spider Impacted My Life
Reflections of a Chicago Life: Let’s Talk Books (Blogapalooz-Hour: Volume XLI)
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