Oh, hey. Here's something to do with your National Novel Writing Month novel in December:

Authonomy is one website that aims to change the [submission] process — and do it in style. HarperCollins is effectively using the site to crowdsource the selection process: lots of authors upload their works to the site (minimum 10,000 words). There's an active community of readers and reviewers that go over the texts, read, comment or "back" (support) the book.

Then, at the end of each month, the top five works from the site are reviewed by a panel of HarperCollins editors. They read at least 10,000 words of the work, and deliver feedback right on the site itself. Meaning you can read what they have to say — not just the author's text.

Far be it from me to tell you what to do with your fiction, but I would advise against posting your fiction to this site if you have serious dreams of getting published. You're basically just providing content for free to a site that capitalizes on the hopes and dreams of unpublished authors. But if you're writing for fun and you're looking for a fairly sizable audience for your hobby, this might be for you.