My Favorite Posts

Mar 6, 2008 | Posted by Scott Hughes, author of Achieve Your Dreams | Post a Comment
Update: Long story short, my favorite post is When I’m Holding My Daughter. Check it out!

My daughter just turned 3 last month. I swear she’s just the cutest thing ever. Pretty much every morning she comes in—apparently after patiently waiting for the sun to just barely start rising—and… Read more…

I doubt you would know this: I made my first post on this blog on July 12, 2006. Since then, I have made a lot of posts with a lot of information. I have expressed a lot of my opinions and explained a lot of my ideas. I have used this blog to take the issues of poverty and world hunger off the back-burner. I have addressed many related topics, including homelessness, global warming, political corruption, education, healthcare, and more.

Over time, I feel this blog has improved, and I feel I have improved as a blogger. I plan to continue this blog for a long, long time! I hope it continues to grow, so please tell your friends about it. I hope both the blog and myself continue to get better, so please make suggestions.

You may wonder what caused me to make this post. Well, I have gone through the blog’s archives and picked out my favorite posts. I made a list. Check it out:

Please read some of the ones that you have not read already. If you have read them all, please tell me your favorite ones.

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If you like the above post, please read my short books, Justice (fiction), and Achieve Your Dreams (non-fiction).
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About Scott Hughes

I am the author of Achieve Your Dreams. I also published the book Holding Fire: Short Stories of Self-Destruction. I have two kids who I love so much. I just want to be a good role model for them. I hope what I do here makes them proud of me. Please let me know you think about the post by leaving a comment below!

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