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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

October's Best

The Contrarian is still out of school, which means eight hour days for me, so I'm focused on something I was going to have to get done before the end of the year anyway: the compiling of the month's best (so I can do the year's best–which actually includes LAST year's best because this year has been that rough).

I'll be cavorting through a local low key kiddie amusement park most of the day tomorrow too, and my late night grab of a couple of precious writing hours will be going to my work in progress. So I'll be doing November's Best tomorrow, and you can expect it to go up super late.

So here are the articles from October that will go on to glory and renown and a life of luxury and leisure in The Best of W.A.W.

The Privilege of Daily Writing (And the Ableism of Prescribing It) Part 3

Part three of our series on those who simply can't write every day. Series starts here.

This is Not Real (Arielle K Harris) 

Arielle K Harris gets another guest blog into the month's best with her thoughts about fiction.

Janessa wonders if I can ever just relax and enjoy things I read.

Honorable Mention: Nanowrimo: The Good, The Bad, and the Really Really Ugly

Technically this article did the best for the month of October, but it is a revision of an older article.

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