Monday Music: “Where There’s a Whip, There’s a Way” with April A to Z Madness!

I love these old cartoons. They are surprisingly faithful. More so than the Jackson movies at times. By the time I encountered them, Middle Earth was already real in my mind, thanks to my awesome Mom, but Rankin-Bass didn’t hurt my appreciation of Tolkien one bit 🙂

If you don’t know about the April A to Z blogging challenge, start here. If you do know about it, keep reading.

I’ve got my topics for JustGeneO. It’s too early to talk about the details, but I’ve given you a big clue in this post, and it’s the only clue you’ll get until the reveal 😉

I hope to get enough support from my crew to also enter Sourcerer in the 2015 A to Z challenge. We’ll see. Former contributors, current contributors, tentative contributors, and people who want to be contributors are invited to read my A to Z plan at Just Gene’O and join in the planning and social media sharing.

Friends who are keeping up but have no desire to contribute to the blog are invited to take a look at my A to Z planning page. Even if you just read the blog and never comment, there is an opportunity here for you.

April is five and a half months away but we know it’s coming, and we’re all friends here, is what I’m saying. If both A to Z and this blog appeal to you, let’s have a conversation before the end of the year.

Just a note: My Doctor Who review for Part Time Monster will be late this week. I’d love to say I had stuff going on and just didn’t get to it, but actually, the this week’s ending left me thinking that either I missed something important during the episode, or Hannah’s just plain right about Clara. I’m trying to decide whether to go with my initial reaction it or give it a rewatch, but either way, I’m not done thinking about what I should say.

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