This is not a new year resolution, but the other day I was looking at the WordPress DailyPost web site and got the idea to have a Blog A Day month.
It was January 1 as I was thinking this so I decided to make January be that month.
So after my performance in NaNoWriMo 2012, why do I think I might succeed in writing and publishing a blog post every day for thirty one days?
One factor is I have no word count target for my posts. I’m not trying to reach 50,000 words by the end of the month; I have no daily average I’ll be trying to meet. Each post will find its own length.
A second factor is that I’ll be writing about what I already know, unlike in NaNoWriMo where I had to invent or discover the story that I was writing.
Along the way I’ll be building up some writing muscle.
- This Writer’s New Year’s Resolutions (writingishardwork.com)
- New Year’s Resolutions 2013: Guide for Writers (bottledworder.wordpress.com)
- The January Writing Challenge: Set Your Own Writing Goals and Create a Habit. (pamelacook.wordpress.com)