Each evening when I sit down at my computer to write my daily NaBloPoMo post, I panic about not having anything to write about (it’s a mild panic, don’t worry! NaBloPoMo is a challenge I’ve given myself and has no real consequences). Thirty days feels like forever, and how could I possibly be creative every day? But then every year when it’s November 30th, I feel like there’s still more left to say. I can never quite believe it when the month is over.
My brainstorming list still has a few ideas left behind:
- What I’m most looking forward to reading next
- First lines from the books I read this year
- Go with the Flow
- Bookish Art – a shoe?
- Books to inspire young activists
- Caraval review + fan art
- A list of everything I’ve read since last NaBloPoMo
Perhaps this means I should post more to my blog throughout the year, but without the pretend pressure of NaBloPoMo, I just can’t get the habit of blogging to stick!
Here are some of my stats for the month:
- Most Popular Post:
- Top 3 Most Popular Posts from NaBloPoMo 2020:
- Total Number of Days Posted: 26
- Words Written: around 9,756
- New Followers Gained: 9
Next up is December. I’m looking forward to the Christmas season – even though it will look different than it has in the past. Perhaps some creative ideas will come out of the craziness of 2020.
Thank you so much for following along with me this month. Read some good books, stay healthy, and let’s meet up again next November.