On a one-off basis, I might put up five or six posts on a given day, but I am fried by Friday and look forward to the weekend break.
Unfortunately, at this rate, I am rarely unable to write and schedule post ahead of time.
If I could choose, I would write three or four posts per day but only publish one per day.
Maybe, I’ll do that when I hit 100,000 unique visitors per month. I have a way to go.
Basically, I am trying to post as much as I can, until I hit a sugnificant blogging inflection point.
Of course, some write more than others do.
Three pages a day, five days a week. When working on a book, this has been my pattern for my entire writing life. I spend most mornings writing my three pages, and I revisit them in the afternoon. I scribble in the margins, thoughts about edits, word choices. Sometimes I reread them before I go to sleep. I cross out paragraphs, I rearrange sentences. I ask questions that I hope to answer in the light of the next day. These pages are where I begin the following morning, because those notes give me a way in. If I begin by implementing the changes, before I know it I’m back inside the manuscript, already at work. I’ve evaded the pitfalls and distractions that often lie in wait for me.
-Dani Shapiro, Still Writing