Below are the best posts of November that will go on to fame and glory in The Greatest Hits.
I Hope You Play
Why do Inktober and NaNoWriMo feel so different even though they both start out with such a similar premise.
11 Reasons Fame Probably Doesn't Look Like You Think (The Renown Margin) Part 2
If you think fame means having lots of friends and never being at home alone on a Saturday night, you might be surprised at what fame actually tends look like.
Most Invested POV (Mailbox)
How do you move the point of view to a character who is not that invested in the story?
Technically this post should have done the best of all of them, but it was an appeals post. I guess I'm getting better at writing those. Or the GIF parties in the comments sections on Facebook are really doing the trick.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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