It takes me awhile. Those who can crank out two a day, my hat's off to them. I usually play with it a few days before publishing. I average two a week but that means I have four or five in the hopper. I tend to get a storm of inspiration, start two or three in a day, then work on each one (adding pictures, editing, and so on) until I'm satisfied.
It differs from week to week. Some days I put out 3 or 4 and other days just a couple here and there. It's all about time with me.
Not so much in the beginning (have to go back and clean some up), but lately I have taken more time with style elements (text boxes, photos, 1000 words, etc.).
Some times a few hours to write and then let it 'marinate' for a few days (or weeks) and attack it again with new inspiration and fresh eyes...amazing how many errors I find two days later.
The starting score seems to rise while waiting to publish (do not fully grasp the reason for that).
A short one, I can't knock out in half an hour. Others, which are more complicated, for which I want to get additional research, quotes, stuff like that, will take me a few days.
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