If you might happening to be thinking of doing your own project of blogging a novel one chapter per day, I have the following advice:
Don’t try it with a novel that’s 94 chapters long.
Especially don’t try it with a novel that’s 94 short chapters long; after a while, one runs out of new things to say. Especially when one has already established that one doesn’t talk about the emotional bits.
It’s even more difficult if it’s a novel with a large cast and several concurrent plot strands, because then a certain proportion of the short chapters consist of characters learning things about what other characters have been up to that you already know and about which you have already said what you have to say.
At times, I have wished that I had just sat down with the novel as soon as I bought it and read it straight through, without trying to find something to say about each chapter as I went. Certainly, it would have done the novel more justice in the reading. I suspect it would have made the blogging worse when I got to it, though, because then I’d have deprived myself of the topic of “I wonder what will happen next”, and it would have been the harder to find something to say.
PS: I’m trying out the “read it all first and then re-read and blog” approach with “The Gate That Locks the Tree”. Preliminary results are that I enjoyed the story more than I might have done if I’d sliced it up, but it’s harder to get motivated to write each blog post when there isn’t the reward of the next chapter to look forward to. On the other hand, now that the backlog is catching up with me, the usual motivation of needing to keep the blog fed is starting to come back into play.