ManyStories Madness

One more place to share your stories

Andy Spears
1 min readMar 28


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I’ve been sharing my content at ManyStories for a couple of months now.

I have to say, at first, I was skeptical.

But the more I share and read, the more I see the benefits.

This past week, I was named the #3 top writer at ManyStories.

I’ve been ranked as high as #2 before. Typically, I come in around the top 5.

What does this mean?

It means my profile is featured on the ManyStories front page.

It also means I share a lot there.

The bottom line: I share my content from here at Medium as well as content from my Substacks and from NewsBreak.

I use ManyStories as a sort of “one stop shop” for my content.

But I also find other Medium writers there — writers that don’t normally show up in my feed.

This, then, helps me build connections with other writers.

It also means that the writers on ManyStories are also readers — so, by sharing, you are potentially reaching a new audience.

Overall, I’ve found the experience a benefit to my writing journey.



Andy Spears

Writer and policy advocate living in Nashville, TN —Public Policy Ph.D. — writes on education policy, consumer affairs, and more . . .