It’s the National Blog Posting Month. If one thought NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is a weird enough acronym, I wonder what they would think about this one. I’m glad the people at the Office of Letters and Light didn’t try to name Script Frenzy event the NaScriWriMo *cringed*.

Anyhow, the idea itself, being introduced to me by BubbleBoo, gets me thinking about perhaps I should try it myself. I couldn’t get myself to sign in for NaBloPoMo…. because the name. It was just too weird (sorry guys!). But yes, I am intrigued and I decide I will try to babble each day for a month, exercising this brain to find a suitable topic to write in my ever so quiet blog *headdesk*.

I will do this along side of writing my Berlin novel, editing my fantasy novel, and keeping my sanity in frosty Berlin weather. Shall the game begin!

Oh, and of course: HAPPY NEW YEAR! May this year be better than the last :).

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  1. Jenny January 2, 2010 at 9:35 am

    Haha – NaBloPoMo is at least a challenge I think I can meet without too much effort…! Oh well. Next year’s NaNo there will be nothing stopping me, no stupid work-deadlines to fill, and the kids should be good in school by then, so… two hours of writing a day should be no problem at all!

    Anyways – good to see you around here for once, and (I take it) another 30 times before January is over…? 😉

    1. astrid January 2, 2010 at 8:32 pm

      Jenny, next year NaNo would definitely be easier for you, esp. you’ll be in a foreign country ;)?

      BubbleBoo, I don’t think I’d actually be signing up officially there, maybe next month when I feel like my blog is actually readable for people :D. But still you would see me here for 29 more times this month *please bear my ramblings*

  2. BubbleBoo January 2, 2010 at 10:29 am

    Oh yes, do it! And you shouldn’t let the name put you off, the NaBloPoMo community is fantastic! Whatever you decide, whether to sign up or not, I look forward to reading your daily posts xx


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