If you are a writer, and involved in writing networks online, you are probably familiar with the acronym “NaNoWriMo” … but if you are NOT, it stands for National Novel Writing Month. It is an annual event, which began in 1999, to encourage writers to create novels in one month’s time by focusing on writing every day – or at least 50,000 words during the month.
So what is NaBloPoMo? It’s “National BLOG Posting Month” – I was originally going to call it NaBloWriMo (National Blog Writing Month), as my own personal challenge, since I have continued to lapse (i.e., not follow through, not finish what I start, ummm… fail miserably) every time I have joined other organized blog challenges, like the Ultimate Blog Challenge , 31 Days to Build a Better Blog, and A to Z Blog Challenge.
Then I learned there is an official NaBloPoMo to coincide with NaNoWriMo in November (and other months, as well) … so here goes another effort! Of course, I also plan to benefit from the awesome expertise of blogger extraordinaire, Michelle Shaeffer, and her “Launch Your Blog” workshop.
I just have to decide whether to concentrate solely on THIS blog- or try to resurrect all EIGHT (yes, that’s 8) of my blogs, all on different themes.
Stay tuned! Meanwhile, who else is planning to blog all month as part of NaBloPoMo, on your own, and/or under Michelle Shaeffer’s tutelage?
[Posted as part of NaBloPoMo--November theme: Blogging for Blogging's Sake].