Go Read This! | My Top Fiction Posts of 2013

2013 was a big year. Although I started out with lofty expectations, I ended up coming close (ish) to achieving them thanks to ongoing participation in weekly challenges and projects – and of course, there’s the motivation of my awesome followers! Thanks for stopping by this year. I hope 2014 will have even bigger, better things on the horizon.

Earlier in the year, I posted a book review for every book I read or audiobook I listened to; this was no fun to maintain, especially since there were some books here and there I just didn’t like or thought were underwhelming. I switched to a new “feature” called Go Read This! I only posted reviews for books I truly liked and wanted to highlight. Typically, the reviews were posted every other Monday.  I’m currently processing the holiday reading I did (four books in seven days – not my best, but pretty good considering my holiday was spent with my future in-laws and we spent most of our time together!). I don’t want to miss out on another GRT post, so instead I’ll combine reading with writing and give you my top ten fiction posts for 2013. Based on page views, these were your favorites – so check them out, if you haven’t already!

  1. Adventures in Babysitting
  2. Rites of Passage
  3. Like, Comment, Share
  4. Dawn
  5. Crazy Pasta
  6. The Fair Folk’s Favor (incomplete)
  7. Graduation Day
  8. Fairy Rings
  9. “Write Who You Are Not”
  10. Wolf Girls (via 1:1000)

Fun fact: The top eight posts were for writing challenges; 1-5 for Yeah Write’s Speakeasy weekly challenges and 6-8 for Chuck Wendig‘s weekly challenges. Awww, you guys are sweet!

Because I can’t resist, here are some of my personal favorites that didn’t get as many page views – but I love ’em all the same!

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