NaBloPoMo completed! Up next are…

Liz Lemon gives herself a high five. Sends it to us.

Liz Lemon sends a high-five to you, writer! Nice work!

Well now I’ve gone and done it. I’ve completed 30 days straight of daily blogging for National Blog Posting Month.

It came at the expense of writing a novel this year for NaNoWriMo, but it’s best for my health that I didn’t seriously attempt to do both. I did start out doing both, but chose to continue only with this one after day three because it’s a lot less time-consuming to blog daily than it is to write a novel. Ask me how I know.

Why did I do this challenge? I’d heard about it for the past few years and I hadn’t tried it before. So, why not? I wanted to see if it would be difficult to do. Like most creative challenges this basically came down to a test of will power to sit down and write.

Three things I look forward to doing now that NaBloPoMo is wrapped:

  • Keeping up with a couple of web series of note
  • Finishing up my last two books for the 2013 Goodreads challenge to read 27 books this year. I have ~200 pages to go in my penultimate book.
  • Checking out the NaBloPoMosphere and reading what others have written in November.

I’d like to say thank you to all who have read and then “liked”, left a comment, or subscribed to my blog this month. It was a bit of a process getting into daily writing but should I scale back in December– and I probably will– I should have a more little time to check out your blogs and perhaps say hi.

Now it’s time to get some rest. December is going to be a busy month!

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About madeline

a digital media pro w/ lots to learn. just the way i like it. i read, learn, and do things to make my inner kid proud (via A Mad Vox podcast, coming soon). View all posts by madeline

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