All 4 written fiction categories in 2016 #HugoAwards went to first-time winners, all 4 women, 3 WoC.— Nicholas Whyte (@nwbrux) August 21, 2016
Second most retweeted: my comment on a Guardian report on British foreign policy in the new age of expert-free policy-making:
"Johnson twice referred to the crisis in Egypt, but was believed to be referring to Turkey." https://t.co/celF7QmUrj— Nicholas Whyte (@nwbrux) July 19, 2016
Third most retweeted, definitely not my original content unfortunately, but very funny:
Fourth highest, but with the most potential impressions (771,000) entirely due to being picked up by Graham Linehan (@glinner) was also not original content but a very interesting story about Chuck Tingle (to which I added a one-word comment):
How a Self-Published Writer of Gay Erotica Beat Sci-Fi’s Sad Puppies at their Own Game https://t.co/X91i6FJlM4 Wow.— Nicholas Whyte (@nwbrux) August 27, 2016
The highest number of replies was 15, to two posts: the Boris Johnson piece already mentioned above, and my 22 March post.
PSA: I'm alive and well. #fb— Nicholas Whyte (@nwbrux) March 22, 2016
I've switched my primary blog to Dreamwidth. Feel free to comment here or there, but I will see it more quickly there.