Top Three Stories – July 2016

three lines about a shared journey

If I included shorter stuff in the Top 3, Shared Journey would definitely be in it. But I don’t, and my favourites are all stories I wrote for Nortina’s fabulous Moral Mondays (I suggest you check it out if you’re not already playing) :

Your favourites (according to the stats):

  1. Sacrifices
  2. Better Than She Knows Herself
  3. Souvenir Tattoo

This month is going to be a bit tricky, because it’s the summer holidays and I’m preparing an international move. I’ll try to write at least one 100-word story a week, though, otherwise the August Top Three is going to be a sad affair.

Top 3 Stories – February 2016

Happy St. David’s Day! When I’ve done my writing for the day, I’m going to learn how to draw a daffodil. Maybe I’ll show you…

Oh, before I forget to mention it again: the final two instalments of my Mslexia guest post series are up.

  • Crossing the Isthmus – I love this world, I’ll have to write more about it
  • Owly Death Stares – brilliant photo prompt, this
  • Loathing – I came around on this one; all things considered, the Love Nudge Series turned out better than it should have, what with me giving it all of three minutes’ planning

That’s my February Top 3. As usual, I’m looking forward to hearing what you’d have chosen.

Top 3 Stories – January 2016

It’s February – hooray! I tweeted the other day that the January Top 3 might be a bit tricky to come by, but I may have exaggerated.

It’s not quite so bad. Here are the stories I’ve chosen:

As always, I’d love to hear if you agree or which January stories were your favourites.

2015 Top 10 Stories

I’m working on my next mslexia guest post, and I’ve been looking at my stats a lot. The thought struck me that you might want to know what your most popular stories of the year were. So here you are, the ten favourite stories of you lot based on page views, comments and likes:

2015 top ten stories on Only 100 Words
photo by Kelley Bozarth 
  1. The Theatre of Love
  2. The (short-lived) Hiking in the Woods Project
  3. Salvage
  4. A Walk in the Park
  5. At least she has a job to complain about
  6. Fooled
  7. Silly Poem About a Bike
  8. Mabel’s Return
  9. Christmas Shopping for Strangers
  10. All About Patience

If you don’t agree with the list, don’t have a go at me – I just crunched the numbers, after all. But tell me what you’d have liked to have seen in the Top Ten instead in the comments.

Happy New Year everyone!

Top 3 Stories – November 2015

It’s December? It must mean that I’ve just written 50,000, so I’ll keep this short and to the point:

Which story would you have liked to see on the list?