So here we are at the end of NaBloPoMo. I rarely doubted I’d make it to the end, but I certainly doubted whether any of my posts would be worth reading. So how did it go?
Well, it was enjoyable, but the fact it was daily made it too time consuming to want to do it again soon or maybe even annually. On the plus side it has reassured me that, contrary to my fears, I can usually write a satisfactorily coherent post without needing all that much time to do so. Satisfactory from my point of view anyway. I didn’t get many commenters during my posting mini-marathon, so maybe others were less impressed. Whatever, thanks to those who did check in regulalrly. It always makes the next post a whole lot easier when you know someone out there is still reading!
Over the month I tried to mix up the content to be representative of what the blog is about. So I allowed myself one day without words on a Wordless Wednesday, I contributed a Fatherhood Friday even though Dad-Blogs seemed to have forgotten them, I squeezed in some questioning of reality TV and even enjoyed revealing a few secrets about my wife. But mostly it was just another month, blogging family life, just relentlessly so!
So expect to see more of the same. Just don’t expect my particular literary diet to be daily.