Day 22 of the NaBloPoMo Blogging challenge and I will admit that I’m scraping the bottom of my brain.
The hub’s picture is my brain on the blogging challenge. Okay, I don’t know if it’s green, but there is for sure chaos.
Let’s face it, this week I blogged about bras. There were a couple of high spots this week, namely my cute grand babies and Veronica Scott’s guest blog about her Titanic inspired novel, The Wreck of the Nebula Dream.
I feel a bit like a politician, though, playing the baby card. Even though I knew I’d play the baby card because my grand babies are beyond amazing. I would have played it without the blogging challenge.
If it weren’t for the hubs and his photos, I’d have fallen by the blogging wayside long before now. He sent me some great photos for the rest of the month. Now I just need to come up with the words. So here’s the deal. I need help. So please post any of your extra words in the comments section. Cuz I need words. I also plan on doing some reading this weekend, but my supply of words is dangerously low…
Not only will you be refilling my depleted supply of words, BUT you also get entered into my monthly drawing for an AnaBanana gift basket. It’s filled with $50 (in honor of NaBloPoMo) worth of soaps (not words). Winner will be announced the first blog post of December. 🙂
Usually Pauline has no problem puking, er, bleeding, er, spilling words onto the page, but then she’s never tried to blog every day for a month. When the word well is topped off, then she also spills words into books and short stories. Thirteen books and some short stories (she knows she should count them, but that’s math). To find out more about her books and short stories, you can hop on over to her website or check out the navigation in this blog. And if you already know everything about her that you want to, be sure to sign up for her newsletter to hear about future releases (it’s to your right of this blog post). Because you don’t know that. 🙂
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