Hard as it may be to believe, 2018 was only our second year here and our very first full calendar year running the blog!
By the chimes that end this year, we will have welcomed over 4,350 visitors over the last twelve months, to read the 674 posts we have made in that time! Our most popular post of the year was, a little surprisingly perhaps, Jane Jago’s review of ‘A Song for Arbonne’ by Guy Gavriel Kay back in June. Our most popular day for people to visit was Sunday.
Most folk found their way here through Facebook and Twitter or from other WordPress places, but at least one brave soul arrived here following the search term ‘brent a harris hunt dinosaurs’…
Most of our visitors came from the USA, but we had a lot from the UK too, with Australia, Canada, India, Ireland and Germany not too far behind. We’ve even had visitors from China, Egypt, Georgia, Somalia, Chile, Myanmar – Oh and The Bahamas… In all, people from 73 different countries around the world have dropped by for a read this year.
Thank you, each and every one of you, wherever you checked in from.
We hope you have enjoyed the reading here in 2018 and that maybe you have discovered some new authors too. We look forward to welcoming you back for even more great reads – poetry and prose, fiction and interviews, parody and reviews – in the New Year, starting tomorrow!