5 Most Popular Posts: January 2015

  • February 3, 2015

We here at the Independent love every piece we run. There are no winners or losers. Having said that, here are January’s winners.

5 Most Popular Posts: January 2015

  1. Washington Writers Conference. Whether checking the schedule of events, perusing the list of 20+ participating literary agents, or scoping out the panelists, readers flocked to the pages related to our popular annual conference. (What do you mean you haven’t registered yet? Click here to take advantage of the early-bird rate!)

  2. A review of Isabella: The Warrior Queen by Kirstin Downey. Bárbara Mujica’s thoughtful critique had monarchy fans “liking” and sharing all month long.

  3. “6 Knockout Reads from 2014.” David O. Stewart’s end-of-the-year roundup was a huge hit. There really is no such thing as too many lists, is there?

  4. “8 Books We’re Embarrassed Not to Have Read.” Schadenfreude is a beautiful thing, which explains why so many of you couldn’t wait to see which classics we so-called “experts” here at the Independent haven’t managed to crack open yet.  

  5. A review of Without You, There Is No Us by Suki Kim. Diana Pabst Parsell’s insightful appraisal of this memoir drew large numbers of readers interested in compelling narratives, the creepiness of North Korea, or both.
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