March’s Theme

Yesterday’s post was my 1,600th post. I didn’t realise, and if I had, I would have posted something slightly better than a scribble.

Ah well, coulda woulda shoulda and all that jazz.

To celebrate reaching this milestone, I’m going to use it as a basis for my new Monthly Theme. For March, the theme is:

…The Next Level…

If you so wish to use the theme for one or more of your posts during March, here are all the details you need:

There aren’t any rules actually, just a few guidelines:

  • Write a post (or more, if your imagination is well and truly fired!) based on the theme I provide. The post can take any form / genre / length you choose.
  • Link your post to the post on this blog (Beyond the Sphere) that introduces the theme for the month (so basically, THIS POST for March’s theme!)
  • Visit other bloggers who take part, and read their interpretation of the theme.
  • And that’s it! Oh, and if you could pass the word on, that would be lovely. The more the merrier after all!

And have fun!

25 Comments on “March’s Theme

    • Thanks, Vanessa!
      I have to answer your question in three ways:
      Yes, this theme (the WordPress theme) is a new one…
      Yes, the monthly suggested blogging theme idea is a new one that I only started last month…
      And yes, the theme for March is a new one from today, for this month.
      I could have just answered yes, but it didn’t feel like it was enough! 😀

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    • I saw this pop into my reader as I was updating the link from my March theme to the April one. I shall have a go at taking up your challenge this evening!

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