Yes. But only for a month. Why? Because it’s NaNoWriMo. It stands for National Novel Writing Month (take note, Ranah.) Anywhozzles, the goal of NaNoWriMo is to write 50,000 words before the month is over. Of course the ultimate goal is to write a book, but for our purposes the rules are flexible. This is my fourth attempt at NaNoWriMo. I never got past ten thousand words. My problem was motivating myself to write every day. So, this year I’m trying something new. Instead of trying to write some crappy, cliche book, I’m gonna blog every day this month. I’m warning you, its going to get sad, it’s going to get deep, and at some points it will just be absurd. And I will definitely run out of things to talk about. But that’s the fun part, right?
There’s just so much that I’ve wanted to write about lately, and I feel like I’m getting really lazy about blogging. I thought this might motivate me a little. My best friend is doing it too, so I suggest you check her out. Click here (http://thetipsyelephant.wordpress.com/) to go to her blog. It’s funny and cute and she has the best pictures. Do it. Dooooo ittt. (And I’m totally not biased just because she wrote about me.) If you visit her blog, don’t forget to leave a nice comment and tell her AMG sent you!
So, if you’d like to join in on the fun, let me know in the comments so we can give each other support and share blog topics. Maybe we can even do a guest blog thing. But if you’re more interested in the 50,000 word goal, click here to go to the official NaNoWriMo website and sign up. If you actually do reach your goal of 50,000 words, they will professionally bind and print your novel for you for FREE so it doesn’t hurt to try. Late sign ups are always welcome. 🙂
Moral of the story: Get ready, cuz things are about to get cray cray up in here! (JK. It’s probably going to be super boring. Like always.)