As you probably know by now, I’m diving into the madness called NaNoWriMo for the month of November. That means I’ll hardly have time to write on my blog. It also means that I’ll post a bunch of my photographs instead.

I’d like to apologise in advance to all of you whose blogs I regularly read and comment on that I’ll not be doing so for a month. So it doesn’t mean I’ve unfollowed you if you don’t hear from me – only that I’m fretting over a ridiculous daily word count.
I’ll be back to my normal routine again in December.

Photography – Andrew Robson

Copyright – Andrew Robson 2010

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6 thoughts on “Communicate

  1. Chazz

    Tragic but understandable. I think the key to Nano is a little planning and never getting behind. The word count isn’t so onerous as long as you don’t let it slide a single day. There are, however, some stories of people who were not able to begin until mid-month and, somehow, they still made it. (I don’t recommend that adn I suspect they were advanced machines from the future.) I’ll miss you at Chazz Writes. You’re always encouraging. However, Nano sets a strong pace. It’s the same pace I try to set for the rest for the year, too. The camaraderie is nice if you can find the like-minded nearby.

  2. Carol Deminski

    Yay Scribbla! Go, Go, Go!

    (I am an unofficial Scribbla NaNoWriMo cheerleader doncha know!)

    I love the black and white photograph too. Beautiful work.


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