NaBloPoMo Update – How am I doing at the halfway point?

This month, as I have done the past two years, I vowed to participate in NaBloPoMo, National Blog Posting Month. This year, I actively (more or less) write not only this blog, but also two columns for the Examiner: “National African American Genealogy” and “Baltimore Genealogy & History.” Three venues, 30 days = 90 articles.

So, how I am holding up?

Not nearly as well as I had hoped by now.

Through 15 November, I have posted the following number of articles in these three columns:

  • Planting the Seeds: 13 articles (not including this one)
  • National African American Genealogy Examiner: 7 articles
  • Baltimore Genealogy & History Examiner: 4 articles

Fifteen days in, I should have written and published 45 articles, but I am only at 24!

I have only missed a day in this blog, but have not been quite as active over at the Examiner.

The funny thing is, I scheduled out most of the month in both columns. I just have not written the articles. Of course, I still have 15 days to catch back up. So be prepared for some extra articles over the next two weeks.

Is this cheating? Maybe, but since I do not have to answer to anyone but myself and my readers, I think it will be acceptable.


4 responses to this post.

  1. And we will happily read anything you care to write!


  2. Whew! Please share the brand of coffee you drink. I wish I had your enenergy.


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  4. Posted by Chuck Licari on November 17, 2011 at 12:34 pm

    Doing fine, lok forward to your posts Chuck Licari


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