August is a good month for a roundup. I’ve finally settled into my day job, and am developing my side hustle, AKA City of Writers.
Here are the most popular posts on Writeropolis this past month, per Google Analytics. I would like to say I’m surprised at the popularity of the posts, but I’d be lying. I know why they got extra clicks this month. Weird.
- On Privileged White Male Authors Masquerading as Females for Money
- Baby Driver (2017)
- Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
- Apocalypse Now Redux (2001)
- The Maltese Falcon (1941)
- Dunkirk (2017)
September is going to be a good month. The joy and sorrow I’ve gotten from September over the years seems to cancel each other out, but I’m emotionally prepared for it this year. I think. I don’t want to think too hard into it because if I do, I may fall apart.
The official launch of City of Writers is a milestone that I’m looking forward to. I can’t wait to share it with you all. Writing is more than my passion now. I’ve been trying to find a way to use my talent that pushed me out of my boundaries, and I didn’t know how. I realized that it’s not about me, it’s about literary citizenship. I felt it was time to embrace that. It’s about getting the word out on my fellow misunderstood writers. I encourage you to support the arts by subscribing.
Here’s to a great September. Let me know which post was your favorite from the list in the comments.