Heyyyy, yesterday was the first Wednesday of the month, right?
Whoops. Oh, well, you get my scintillating IWSG post today!
The question for the month is:
Are there months or times of the year that you are more productive with your writing than other months, and why?
And the answer is...
Not really. But kind of.
You don't think I'd just leave it at that, do you?
I've been writing about how writing challenges tend to select one of three months out of the year: April, October, and November.
There are nine other months! Why does it always have to be those three?
So, on my own, there would be no particular time when I would write more than others. But given challenges like NaPoWriMo, NaNoWriMo, OctPoWriMo, the November PAD Challenge, the April Poem a Day Challenge, the October Spooky Writing Challenge, and the A to Z Blogging Challenge, I end up being forced to write more than I normally would during those times.
Granted, I volunteer for the abuse.
So, to sum things up, the answer to this month's question is, yes but no.
Or maybe no but yes.
And that's all I have to say about that.
Y'all have a productive day, now. Or an unproductive day. Whatever.
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