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Publisher's Favorites: The Most Popular in Views of Contributors in Good Standing

    As Publisher of Beaufort County NOW, one of eastern North Carolina's most serious and important publications, I am always partial to those contributors, who provide content for one of same reasonable purposes of just why I started BCN - to get my many points across. To that end, I have proven that I have made many points, and have many more yet to make; my/our contributors have many points to make as well; so many, that I have offered the full range of BCN to them, spread wide to almost every category possible ... more if necessary. It is my duty to bring these contributors as many readers to their prose and pictures as is within my ability to do so.

Click here of the image to gain access to the "The Most Popular in Views of Contributors in Good Standing".
    To that extent, we offer the 60 most popular posts, minus the previous catalog of BCN's 26 most popular Movie Reviews, which were recently revealed here. What we will offer now, as a collection of our literary beginning and well being, is the core of what BCN is, and, moreover, what we wish to continue - the most popular, as what might be best, from the wide swath of all those that contribute, so freely, that they may be read, understood, and that they may leave their mark upon this Earth.

    If you wish to see this growing initial list of the top posts, by views of our contributors, please click the BCN image inset in this post, and you shall be sent to the lengthening list. One more thing, these posts are ones that are usually older, since it does take a bit of age to rack up these many views growing greater; as all of BCN's posts do in time, some more than others.


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