A to Z Challenge 2017: Day 1 – Alliteration

Hello! This is my very first time trying the A to Z Challenge.  My writing buddies at #StoryDam have been talking about this all year and have been doing this challenges for years.  To me, going through each day of the month of April writing a post inspired by a letter of the alphabet was daunting.

But, hey — why not give it a go?

So, for letter “A,” I’m going for alliteration: occurs when a series of words in a row (or close together) have the same consonant sound.  A classic example is:

Wee weevils wreck wooden walls whenever we watch Wrestlemania.

Okay, so I didn’t say it had to be good alliteration, did I? 🙂


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  1. April 2, 2017

    I love your first choice of alliteration! Little lambs like licorice and lollipops!

  2. April 2, 2017

    Hah! Love your example!

    • April 4, 2017

      Astounding aptitude always anchors an ace! 🙂

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