Blogathon 2k10!

blogathon_badge_square_160px It’s almost like I thought writing a novel and preparing an academic presentation were not enough for a single month, so I decided to take on yet another writing challenge: WordCount’s 3rd Annual Blogathon.

The rules are simple: blog every day.  Seven days a week for the entire month of May.

I figure that with writing taking its rightful place in my life for the next four months that I should at least give this a shot. I’m not sure if I’ll make it (I hope I do), but I’m going to try.

Many of you post something every day and have a lot going on, so I am going to follow your examples. This endeavor is over doubling my typical monthly output (I tend to post 3x a week as opposed to 7x), so I’m a little scared. But excited.

1 down; 30 to go.

By B.J. Keeton

B.J. KEETON is a writer, teacher, and runner. When he isn't trying to think of a way to trick Fox into putting Firefly back on the air, he is either writing science fiction, watching an obscene amount of genre television, or looking for new ways to integrate fitness into his geektastic lifestyle. He is also the author of BIRTHRIGHT and co-author of NIMBUS. Both books are available for Amazon Kindle.


    1. Congratulations, Void! That’s fantastic. Despite all the ill feelings you may hear bachelor friends share, getting married very well may be the best decision I ever made. I’ve never been happier. I wish you both the very best. I demand pictures on your blog, though!

      And I feel your pain. I missed out on NaNoWriMo last year because of getting married on Oct 31. There wasn’t much way I could see writing a novel with being gone for our honeymoon part of the month.

      Maybe next year, for me, though. And I don’t know if I am going to be able to actually do 31 blogs this month myself, but I’m sure going to try.

    1. Generally not as much as I am this month; blogging every day is pretty hard, actually. I couldn’t do this 12 months a year like some people.

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