Time for more fascinating insight into how I write this blog. On rare occasions, I have five or six entries that are completely finished, all at the start of the week. I release a different one each day, maybe writing a new one in case something comes up, and it's a good week because I don't have to do much work on the blog.
What usually happens, though, is that I don't write a week in advance. I write one or two days in advance, that's it. Whenever I try to write a bunch of blog entries at once, I just end up with a bunch of half-written entries. That's not so bad, though. It means that, whenever I have no idea what to write about, there's always a half-finished entry at my fingertips.
The thing is, though, that the half-finished blogs just sit there, untouched for months at a time. Examples of this would be the half-finished entries about my Washington DC trip (from May) and my series about the Castlevania games. You know, that series I started in March? Entries #4 and #5 are still on the way. Also, there's a series of three entries about the second Professor Layton game, which I really should finish up before the fourth game is released.
On the flipside, there are some half-finished entries that I work on continually. For example, my review of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3DS. I write a little bit of it each day, and I'm sure that when it's done, it will be super long and no one will want to read it. Perfect!