It’s that time of year again when in the writing world, people are gearing up for NaNoWriMo, or if you’re a blogger, NaBloPoMo.
If you don’t ‘do’ writing, you’ll wonder what the chuff I’m going on about and think I’ve forgotten how to speak English and now sound like a drunken Tellytubby instead.
I considered NaNoWriMo last year (National Novel Writing Month) then realised there was barely enough of a novel inside me yet to fill the pages of a children’s book, never mind complete 50,000 words in the space of a month. Yikes.
As for NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month) I can do that. That’s where you write a blog post every day of the month for the whole of November.
I write most days anyway.
Would I want to write every day for the sake of it though? What if some days I’ve got writers block and my brain refuses to squeeze out a single word, never mind a full blog post’s worth?!
I’d have to write a blog post regardless, and any old crap could spout out. What do you mean, it does anyway? Hmph.
I think it’s a great idea. I just don’t know if I’d want to blog every single day knowing I HAD to blog every day.
Quality over quantity, or quantity over quality? Or can we have a nice mixture of both?!
I’ll soon find out come November the 1st if I do it…
What do you think, and are you taking part in either of them?