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25 Days in a Row Blogging

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Which is pretty cool. I mean, it’s easy to be consistent when you’ve got the “extra” time, but the number of times I’ve posted this many days in a row in the past is very small, and each (both?) of those were for specific projects. Since the pandemic started forcing things closed in Ontario, I’ve been averaging about 4 posts per week. Before that, in 2020, I was averaging 3 posts every two weeks. June has been a huge increase. I’m not sure if it’s because I’ve got more to write about or because more of what I want to write about has a better chance of making it to the keyboard.

Worth noting that in those 25 days, there’s been a total of 26 posts since I actually posted twice on the 18th of June. That was accidental. I’d forgotten about a significant political event happening that day until it started.

Is it a streak? Should I keep track? Yes and, well, have you met me? I track everything. More importantly, am I going to keep posting every day? I think that’s a qualified yes. I will try to post every day, but it’s not going to be the number one writing priority. While I’m usually working a couple of days in advance so there’s a buffer, that next post is the piece of the day’s writing goals that comes after editing, drafting, and publishing prep (if any). I enjoy it, and I’m going to continue, but the fiction is the main thing right now.

I guess that’s a roundabout way of saying that the streak will last as long as it lasts.

Stay safe and be well, everyone.

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Learning from his children how to follow his dreams again, Lance has long since allowed his writing to slip over the border into obsession, and typically has too many projects in progress. Dividing his time between traditional and independent publishing, he still finds time for spirited discussions with the technology around him,

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