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Interesting stats

I find it rather interesting that in January of this year, I only published 4 posts on this blog (my fewest so far) and yet I had almost double the views compared with December 2013. That puts a bit of pressure on myself to improve on this over February, and so I’d better get posting to increase my chances of getting more views! I think I better get those book reviews sorted, as I’m WAY behind on these! Expect some content soon!

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OH YEAH! I know that for many bloggers, this may not be a big deal, but for me, the site of this a few moments ago on my stats really excited me:1000 views

The idea that this blog has hit 1,000 views is truly mind-boggling, and as I said a while back, some of the countries that I’ve had views from has really surprised and astounded me. The other interesting thing is that this month, this will only be my fourth post, and yet I’ve had twice as many views this month than December 2013, which has previously been my best month.

Anyway- THANK YOU for your support, views, comments and likes. I do really appreciate each and every one, and am just glad that other people are interested in the random literary and archaeological things that I bother to post. I promise that I will get more posts up in the next few weeks than I have recently.

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