The Best of She Writes 2010 List - Add the Favorite Post YOU Wrote in Comments!

There are many posts from the She Writes Blog that seriously qualify for this list, and I'm as sick of year end "Top 10" lists as the next gal right about now.  But, well, I just couldn't resist.  (Yes, Tayari, I am VERY BAD at staycation!) Here's a list of some of our faves.  I'm cheating a little, because some of these are from 2009.  Full disclosure: they're the posts that are listed on our Popular Articles page.  

 

WHAT ABOUT YOU?  What's the favorite post YOU wrote in 2010?  Please feel free to share the link in comments.

 

 

Die, Literary Sexism, Die!


I Guess Women Aren't that Good at Writing After All

Anything They Can Do We Can Do Better

Hey Girls! Meet the White Men Who Were Just Named a Jury of Your Peers

What Racism and Sexism? It's Just a Coincidence!

A Way Out of the Literary Jungle (Hogarth Press, Anyone?)

Say It with Me: DIE, Literary Sexism, DIE!


Writing: The Craft, the Discipline

Pushing Your Book Over the Finish Line

Laura Munson: The Power of Perseverance Julia Glass: The Not Quite Yes

Elizabeth Rosner: Two Resurrections in One

Meredith Maran: Starting

Allison Hoover Bartlett: Literary Obsessions

Susan Straight: People Who Stay

For This Writer, Blogging and Writing Are Different. Vive la differ...

On Writing Loss

Should Memoirs and Biographies Really Tell All?

Writing as Solitude

The Agent's Dog Just Doesn't Have the Same Ring To It (Titles!)

Finding the Right Title


Writing: The Biz

How Do You Know If It's a Book?

Can Literary Agents Still Deliver?

The Agent: Natural Born Advocate

The Agent: What Do You Do All Day? Five No-Longer-Secret Steps to a Book Proposal that Sells

How Do You Become a Bestseller Like the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo?

From Self-Published to Book Contract: or How to Take Ten Years Off ...

State of the Art: Selling One Story at a Time on the iPhone

Steal My Book?

Does Content Want to Be Free?

Is Amazon’s Kindle the Wild West?

When Amazon's Createspace and DIY Culture Collide Connecting Authors with Book Bloggers

The Manuscript Midwife (On Ghosting)


The She Writer’s Guide to Social Media

How Not to Be Boorish, Boring, or Bored on Twitter

Twitter: Part Two

Light Switches and Rotary Phones

On Facebook and the Increasing Erosion of Digital Privacy

The Scribe Meets Technology

10 Steps To Turning Your Blog Into A Bestseller

How To Engage Social Media To Find Your Target Audience


Making the Most out of She Writes

Are You A "Self-Promoter"? Take My Quiz and Find Out!

The She Writes Credo: Say It with Us

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Comment by Renate Stendhal on January 14, 2011 at 2:54pm
It's such a gift, Deborah, to share your list and make the reading burden a little easier for 10,000-some women! And make the inspiration curve higher by doing so.
Comment by Thelma Zirkelbach on January 4, 2011 at 4:31pm
So  sweet. 
Comment by Adela Crandell Durkee on January 4, 2011 at 2:35pm
This is one of my favorite posts:  http://oncealittlegirl.wordpress.com/2010/05/08/flowers-for-mothers....  It doesn't fit into any of the categories above.  It's not sad, or healing, or cathartic.  I like it because I learned a lot by being a child; especially looking back (!)
Comment by Thelma Zirkelbach on January 3, 2011 at 6:33pm
Thanks, Deborah.  It's nice to know that people like what I'm doing. 
Comment by Deborah Siegel on January 3, 2011 at 6:27pm
Thelma, just wanted to say I'm very moved by your blog (www.widowsphere.blogspot.com).
Comment by Thelma Zirkelbach on January 2, 2011 at 3:59pm
Remembering Ralph, posted at www.widowsphere.blogspot.com on October 17, five years after his death.
Comment by Five Questions on January 2, 2011 at 1:27pm
It's Deborah here -- these faves can be ANYTHING you've written, ANYWHERE!  All the better if they're on the SW Community Blog, but not necessary.  Just share what you're most proud of is all!
Comment by Molly Campbell on January 2, 2011 at 12:01pm
I love all my posts! But here is my latest: http://mollydcampbell.com
Comment by Maria Clara Paulino on January 2, 2011 at 9:18am

I began my blog when I began to write in English in the spring of 2010. Every post is meaningful to me as an exploration, not only of myself, but of this new language as my new medium, too. One of my favorite posts may well be one from the series "A City of Memories," at 

http://www.shewrites.com/profiles/blogs/a-city-of-memories-iii ("A City of Memories III"). This particular post describes a moment when past and present, and different geographies (the US and Portugal), blended in
unexpected ways, as they tend to do in my life.
  

Comment by suzi banks baum on January 1, 2011 at 3:58pm

I so enjoyed coming more fully in to the circle here on shewrites .

My writing was hugely impacted by my Mom's death.

I have so enjoyed writing the blog posts about her and me, fueled by gratitude and cherishing on my website

www.laundrylinedivine.com.

When I allow myself time to write about Mom, that space, that creative flow is so energized, I love what I write. There is more for me to mine there.

I too am excited for all that 2011 holds for me- central to that is my non-fiction book proposal for Laundry Line Divine: A Wild Soul Book for Women.

xoxoxo S

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