On this, the last day of NaBloPoMo 2010, wouldn't it be great if I wrote something thoughtful and insightful? Yes it would. This isn't that post though. Maybe later if we're all lucky.
So far today has been completely ordinary (except that Pete got up before I did - that's unusual) and I'm feeling hard pressed to think of a subject to write about at all.
Speaking of writing, I really enjoyed NaNoWriMo. I hope that I can keep up the writing habit. I don't know if I have two hours every day to commit to writing though. Hopefully I can swing one hour.
I'm not sure that the writing habits I got into this month were the best for me. I know I did a lot of padding (you know- used a lot of words I knew I didn't need) in my attempt to reach the 50,000 word mark. I guess I usually edit myself more as I go when I write.
Well this is working a different way and it's important to try new things. Now I can try editing myself afterwards. Maybe I'll do a better job now that those thoughts have been floating around in my head for a month.
Anyway, I probably only got into the "edit as you go" thing because I'd put off my assignment till the last minute and didn't have time to edit later. Not the greatest way to get into a lifelong habit. Yup, it's important to try new things.
I don't know if I'll try to do both NaBloPoMo and NaNoWriMo at the same time again. I think the blog suffered. It got less time, attention and thought than it normally would in November. I hope I haven't alienated anyone with my uninspired posts this month. If I have they probably aren't reading my apology right now, huh?
Okay, I'll knock off the rambling and move on with my day now. Thanks for your patience, assuming you're still reading,
P.S. Now I'm really excited to take my novel into my studio and move it into it's next incarnations: comic books, videos, paintings and sculptures. Even farther into the future I hope, a video game.