Samantha Ling (lingtm) wrote,
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NaNoWriMo's Little Sister

As many of you know, November is National Novel Writing Month. I am not crazy enough to attempt that. On my best days, I only write about 500 words, so completing a whole novel in 30 days is pretty much out of the question.

But did you also know that November is also National Blog Posting Month(NaBloPoMo)? I had mistakenly called it NaNoBloMo last year, but NaNoBloMo is for NaNoWriMo participants to talk about NaNoWriMo.

NaBloPoMo (which doesn't have quite the same ring), is for blog posting. For every day in November, they want you to post one entry.

But wait! You might ask. Didn't you do this last year?

Why, I'm so glad you remembered! Last year, I unofficially participated in something called Holidailies. I had to write a journal entry for every day in December.

The difference in these two is not only the different months, but NaBloPoMo gives gifts. Out of all the participants that completed the task, a random drawing will occur. And those winners will recieve some lovely donated gifts.

Right now, I can't quite decide whether to do November or December. I definitely can't do both. I don't think I have enough material for both months! One month though, I know I can do. I did it last year. So what do you guys think? November or December? Help me decide.

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