Wednesday, October 31, 2007


We did it!

Or, at least, I did it. How'd you do?


Dani said...

Every day on both blogs! Hooray. Got some good recipes from a few of the other blogs, too. Now who's doing NaNoWriMo starting tomorrow? Several of my characters will be blogging with their ghosts. LOL.


Kitt said...

Yiks, yes, another month to go. But something happens every day, eh?

Thanks for hosting, Groovy. I enjoyed reading everyone's posts.

Anonymous said...

I started on the 11th and I have 24 posts. Which averages to than 1 post a day. Just a little over! But over 1 anyway!

I don't think I can write a story. NaNoWriMo is not concerned with quality, just quantity. I am not sure I buy that completely. I don't know what to do next - go on till I reach 31 posts or continue through November. The former would be easier, the latter really tough.

Any suggestions?

And yeah! Thanks for putting this together! Yay for Amy and for everyone who participated! It was fun reading your daily posts on your blogs!

Sudiegirl said...

I wasn't as prolific as I wanted to be this year, but hey...that's life.

I got next year to kick it, right???

Heather said...

31/31, or maybe 33/31, something like that. Now Nano. Nano is painful but it's only day one.

Dani said...

LOL. Yes, NaNoWriMo is about quantity. Then there is NaNoEdMo, when you revise and edit all that crap into something worth reading! Day 1 was a slow start for me.... sinus headache - blech!

Anonymous said...

31 posts done for NabloWriMo. I started on Oct 11, finished on Nov 7. I think next year I will do better!

I signed up for NaBloPoMo and then saw the posts here. Damn! I wish I'd known you last year, we could have made a difference! Maybe next year we can, ya?

Rockquelle, the Rollergirl Next Door said...


What do you mean, make a difference? In what?

I guess I'd better see what NaBloPoMo is up to.

I like my name better. Rolls off the tongue easier.

Anonymous said...

Difference in getting the word out / getting organized, etc since it sounded like you had the idea first.

The NaBloPoMo group is a great bunch of folks - I have come across some really well written blogs. They have set up a community on Ning, which I much prefer to Facebook. Check it out!