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helpfulsnowman from Colorado is reading But What If We're Wrong? by Chuck Klosterman July 15, 2016 - 1:59pm

Greetings, Community!

We're bringing the Community Spotlight column roaring back to life like a truck covered in speakers, ridden by a blind guitar player with a flamethrower.

Whenever you've got an achievement, send it my way. You'll notice, over on the right side of this page, an orange button that takes you to a spot where you can send stuff in to the CommunitySpotlight. That button is ALWAYS up there, ready for you at a moment's notice.

For those who don't know, Community Spotlight is a monthly column that highlights writing achievements of LitReactor community members. This has meant placement of a story somewhere, launching a new, large-scale project, selling a book to a publisher, stuff like that.

And we're still looking for those things.

However, in the interest of expansion, we're looking for some other items as well.

+Self-published books: Send 'em my way. I want to hear about them. Couple caveats, sending them in doesn't mean they'll be featured. And I have powers, so if you make an account just to promote your book, I'll know.

+Highlights from reviews of your books. Has your book been out for a while, but you got a new really great or really horrific review this month? Send me a link! Would like to post some best/worst reviews.

+Lively, awesome community discussions. If these are happening somewhere, link me. Hopefully I'll know already, but keep me in the know. If something cool is happening in the forums, let's throw the spotlight on it.

+Personal Achievements. Did you beat cancer? Or just a really bad bout with a turned taco? I want to hear about it. Kind of. Seriously though, if you're enrolled in a writing program, if you do something that's pretty big for you and you're looking for a community to give you a shoutout, give me a holler. Again, won't be able to hit all of these, but would like to do some.

Honestly, if you think it might even vaguely qualify, send it to me.