I’ve accepted some invitations to guest blog. I know, it’s ironic–I’m not putting up anything here, but I can put stuff up elsewhere. Don’t blame me, it’s the economy.
So first up, I’m blogging over at Shawna Thomas’s place next week Friday, Nov. 4, about what I’m thankful for. For the sake of her readers, I wanted to be thoughtful, but instead I ripped off a cultural icon. If you have time next week, drop on by. She made this lovely image for us to post on our own blogs, which color coordinates accidentally but beautifully with my background theme. It’s that tawny notice just over there to the right in the sidebar. Maybe you recognize some of the other writers who will be participating.
Then on Nov. 25 I’m guest blogging with PJ Schnyder. She’s got a bunch of people talking about NaNoWriMo, the November writing month phenomenon that Chris Baty started in 1999 with 20 friends. Their goal was to write 50,000 words, or a complete book. Six of them made it. Last year 200,500 people participated, and 37,500 got to the 50,000-words mark. On PJ’s blog, I’ll be discussing why I will never be one of these people. If you want to become one of the 200,500, check out NaNoWriMo here.