Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

Top LJ posts of 2020

As Livejournal continues its sad decline, it becomes paradoxically a bit easier to pick out the posts that got the most engagement over the year.

The biggest by far was my Brexit post on 31 January, which I had been brewing for three and a half years.

The second biggest was my full Hugo details post, which I was able to get done a bit more promptly thanks to being a deputy administrator this year.

Only two posts got more than five comments, my review of Titus Groan with eight:

and my review of a fascinating paper on Tolkien (which has been withdrawn from publication, unfortunately):

Some day in 2021 I will have to put in place an alternative blogging platform.
Tags: livejournal

  • The Orphans of Raspay, by Lois McMaster Bujold

    Second paragraph of third section: Port, five gods be thanked. Maybe.Another of the great sequence of novellas featuring novice sorceror Penric and…

  • The Serpent Sea, by Martha Wells

    Second paragraph of third chapter: Nothing had changed since last night. The others in the hall breathed deeply in sleep, except for some of the…

  • The Gameshouse, by Claire North

    Second paragraph of third chapter: You will not find it now – no, not even its gate with the lion-headed knocker that roars silently out at the…

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