I'm doing a review of this year's work and this blog title is self-explanatory. I've blogged more than in any previous year because I wanted to lay down a consistent web presence at last, instead of hopping around. Most posts fall out quickly and aren't looked at again. But some made it to the top consistently in views each month, or at least near the top which is amazing considering how old some of them were. So I've made a category called (Duh), "Most Viewed Posts."
The majority of these posts deal with personal relationships, especially feedback/book responses and unattractive behavior. A few are about characters, especially heroines, but social topics took precedence over actual discussion of books this year. The list excludes posts from December. They are of course near the top in views because they are new and haven't had time to sort. November is still pretty recent, but I've had a couple months with multiple posts near the top and November could be one of them. So I've included November posts.
Most Popular Posts of Last Year (excl. December)
Heroine Spotlight ~ Faye
What I Find Attractive
Faye and Helene: The Gal Pals
Memories and Moving Ahead
5 Words That Should Be Illegal
Step by Step
The Backwards Game
Yes, Yes, It's Hot
Heroine Spotlight ~ Violet
Genres and Their Ways: Fake-History
Stirring on the Way
A Year with the Harrisons is Here
Singing, dreaming, telling stories . . . I live surrounded by cultivated fields that rapidly give way to wild flowers, wild plants, and wild life. I love to write more than I love to read, but nothing equals a book that draws me in to find its story. Most recently publication: A Year with the Harrisons, a contemporary comedy about three sisters and a family mystery. Next year's publication: Temmark Osteraith, a futuristic fairy-tale adventure.