NaBloPoMo Day Thirty: An end, but a beginning

NaBloPoMo_1114_465x287_NOV_zps8d81cd05edb7d9e4c696c7098f901099985fd588So today ends NaNoWriMo, which I had finished two books in record time. It also marks the end of NaBloPoMo, well, at least for November. I did indeed sign up for December, but I’m going to be doing it a bit differently.

I want to give posting some ‘flash fiction’ from time to time, along with my meandering musings. I’m not making things so…official…

I will still strive for a post a day, sharing things. I’m not participating through my personal blog on blogger/blogspot though, mostly because no one really reads it. Unless I just rant, cry, or have something personal that may be funny or something.

I don’t really hold much back here on this blog however. So really, its not a big difference.

Flash faction has been rolling around my head a lot lately. For me, its a challenge. I’m not used to writing ‘short stories’. I’m long winded, wordy and descriptive in my writing, so something short and to the point will be both a challenge, and probably pretty refreshing.

Of course I still need to promote my upcoming book. Or books. I have so many for publishing. The first and second take priority of course. Then I can get to the erotica series.

I’ve found some really great people to follow, who help me in my creative process, get me thinking and make me both think and laugh with their blog posts. For that I am thankful.

I was wondering, is that anything anyone would like to see in particular? A story? A series of questions? I feel like I need more interaction with my readers. And I am always ready and willing to interact. The only things I am not really capable of is poetry and lyrics. HAR! I couldn’t make a poem to save my life.

I am craving interaction. Come on people, help a purple haired girl out.

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2 comments on “NaBloPoMo Day Thirty: An end, but a beginning

  1. Since you asked for interaction 🙂 … how about a short summary of the two novels you’re publishing first? Or the two novels you wrote during NaNoWriMo?

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