What constitutes “best”? That’s up to you. Maybe you like the way you wrote a certain review, or perhaps you have a feature that prompts a ton of discussion; judge it however you see fit. You can tell why you think a given post is the good stuff, or let it stand on its own. Provide the links in a post or your sidebar, just make sure they’re visible so that folks stopping by your blog will be sure to take a look.
I decided to use the last six months or so of posts, and came up with:
- My review of Juliet Marillier’s Heart’s Blood, here.
1. I love Juliet Marillier. 2. It’s not all about character! (This is surprising, trust me.) 3. It was carefully written (for the time, which was when I tended to type first, think later.)
- My post regarding the Merry Sister’s of Fate contest for an arc of Maggie Stievfater’s Shiver, here.
What did you have to do to be in contention? Write a short story based on a particular image. So this post contains my short story. I’m including it because it offers up a big chunk of me – my writing is something I hold close, something that isn’t always easy for me to share, so it was a pretty big deal to me, putting it out there.
And coming up with those two? Definitely a challenge! (When it comes to me and “best,” I’m at a loss. Own worst critic and all that.)
Make sure to leave a comment on this post if you’re taking part in this mini-challenge. I can’t wait to see what you all come up with!