For a long time, my voice has been silent, and with no real good reason. First I was drawn into the World of Warcraft, and after an addicting 3 weeks of playing the game through every spare moment, my sanity seemed to return slightly, just to find myself lost in the world of Stargate. After a marathon of watching every SG1 episode and the heartbreak that went with the end of Season 10, my sanity finally seemed to return – tentatively off course.
I am shocked to discover that my blog, devoid of my madness, did not improve, did not post new and exciting topics daily and in fact, did absolutely nothing in my absence!
I was kind of hoping that removing my bad influence meant that it would simply write itself and improve drastically if I’ve been removed from it, but alas, it turns out the world isn’t quite ready for an artificial me, and a ghost writer is for successful, famous people.
All right, I admit, I forgot about the existence of the world of “Blog”, but you can’t rightly blame me. I existed in a wonderful world of fiction for a few weeks! So, as punishment for my severe and appalling neglect of Here I Rayne, I decided to commit to the following:
NaNoWriMo (I registered today and am going to have to do the flying-by-the-seat-of-my-pants-thing) Because my book still requires far too much research to continue working on it, so I’ll have to randomly think up something else (which should be easy for someone as whack as me, right?). I will never in a million years be able to do 1500 words a day, especially as rusty as I am after this long, long silence, but I want to aim for 500 words a day, and if I do more, I can reward myself with bacon *thought of 10 Kg overweight already pops into my head* All right, no bacon. It was worth a shot. *Sigh*
Very well, 1500 words a day, and one blog a week. After successfully concluding this project for November, I’m allowed one plate of bacon and eggs. Right?
Does this blog count as blog 1 of four for November 2011?