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!