12 responses to “2011 WordCount Blogathon: Events calendar”

  1. Marvin

    I’ve never participated, but am looking forward to this. I’ve just started a new blog which focuses on writing with mental illness and how they interrelate with each other. So this will most certainly be a challenge for me.

  2. Sabrina

    This sounds productive, challenging and lucrative.

    My question is, are there any set rules? Am I limited to one post a day? Can I post while on vacation (if there is no internet access? Is there a minimum on how long or short the posts need to be?

    Thank you.

  3. Sabrina

    Hello Michelle –

    I’m in!

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  5. Sondra

    Definitely looking forward to this- my blog needs it! But- do we have to do the theme days? The themes really have nothing to do with my blog! My readers may think I’ve gone mad……(they may like the posts, but wonder why I’m writing them on my particular blog!)

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  7. Tess C. Taylor

    Hey Michelle,

    Great idea! I am so looking forward to participating in this year’s Blogathon. Also, can’t wait to read the blogs of others and get to know more people. Wishing everyone the best of success with this event – happy blogging!

    Tess C Taylor
    Taylor Resources Writing
    “A Journey of Words”

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