Blaugust returns!

blaugustTomorrow marks the return of Belghast’s annual blogger event, Blaugust. Started a few years ago, Blaugust was Bel’s way of encouraging the blogging community to commit to 31 days of blog posts, kind of like how NaNoWriMo does earlier on in the summer. I think it’s a fine idea, since it’s completely voluntary and serves as great motivation to those wanting to get back on the blogging horse or those open to a fun experiment.

I’m down for it, of course. I don’t usually blog on the weekend, but I think I could prep a couple of posts to cover those days. It’s been a little quieter than normal here at Bio Break as of late, mostly because I’m going through two intense weeks of work — last week was our summer teen mission trip and this week is the church’s VBS. As a result, I’ve had very little time to write, nevermind catch up on reading the hundreds of blog posts in my reader.

So I’m looking forward to things calming down (relatively). I would like to get back to Star Trek 25th Anniversary at some point too, but that’s way down on the priority list at the moment.

Anyway, good luck to my fellow… Blaugustinians (?). May the writing bug bite you in a tender location and inspire you to ever-greater word counts.

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4 thoughts on “Blaugust returns!

  1. Rowan July 31, 2015 / 9:20 am

    What is “VBS”?

  2. Aywren July 31, 2015 / 1:14 pm

    @Rowan – I believe it stands for Vacation Bible School 🙂

    Anyhow, good luck to you Syp! I’ll be joining in as well, probably with a bunch of rambling.

  3. wolfyseyes July 31, 2015 / 9:45 pm

    I don’t have a tender location. I’m 150% Internet Tuff Dood.

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