Sunday, December 2, 2012

The Top 10 Posts of November

Trying a new series of posts where I feature the most viewed articles of the past month. Enjoy:

1) Showcase: A Giant Sucking Sound by Sean Korsgaard: Showcase on an TL where Ross Perot is elected president in 1992.

2) Review: The Beast of the Bosporus by Matthew Quinn by Matt Mitrovich: Review of Quinn's new Lovecraft/AH short story featuring the Ottomans calling upon the Great Old Ones.

3) Interview: Henrik Fåhraeus by Matt Mitrovich: My interview with the project lead and lead designer of Crusader Kings II.

4) Alternative Elections: 1844 by Jake Schenberg: Debut article about what if Henry Clay was elected president in 1844.

5) Review: Fatherland by Robert Harris by Evelyn Robinson: Debut article reviewing one of the classic works of alternate history.

6) Review: 43* by Jeff Greenfield by Andrew Schneider: Debut article reviewing a short story about President Gore in 2000.

7) Weekly Update #80 by Matt Mitrovich: News pieces on Sunset Invasion, test writing fails, steampunk and more chances to get published.

8) Review: Aztec Century by Christopher Evans by Chris Nuttall: Book review about a global Aztec empire.

9) Review: Lone Star Rising: The Voyage of the Wasp by Jason Vail by Fxgentleman: Debut article on a review of a failed American Revolution that gets one more shot in Texas.

10) Interview: Mark Jeffrey by Matt Mitrovich: My interview with the author of Age of Aether.

So what can we take away from last month? Korsgaard does get the top spot, but I can pat myself on the back for getting the most appearances on the list. I am also happy by the four debut articles from new contributors making the list. I look forward to seeing what December brings.

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Matt Mitrovich is the founder and editor of Alternate History Weekly Update and a volunteer editor for Alt Hist magazine. His fiction can be found at Echelon PressJake's Monthly and The Were-Traveler. When not writing he works as an attorney, enjoys life with his beautiful wife Alana and prepares for the inevitable zombie apocalypse. You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter.

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