Top Posts & Pages For April

Some interesting movement this month. There will be for the next few months as the blog builds up some maturity and more readers find me again.

Top Five Posts for March

1.  Really Cool Historical Vacation Spots: Constantinople

I nearly didn’t include this one.  Yes, it is the top post of the month – by a country mile.  It’s so far ahead of the #2 contender it’s almost embarrassing.  But the rest of my statistics tell me that the only reason it is getting so much traffic is because of the images in the article.  Google Image Search has indexed the article, and apparently there aren’t a lot of images of old Constantinople, and everyone is beating a path to my door for a look-see.  It has nothing to do with my deathless prose at all.  (sob!)

But…the post is the highest ranking on my blog for April, so for that reason, I’m leaving it here.  Besides, it’s a damned good article!

2.  It’s Just A Job – Wood Elves

Apparently, any type of elf will do.  The High Elves scored well last month, too.

3.  Intriguing Heroes: Derek Reese (Brian Austin Green)

Bumped from #2, but not too far….

4.  Just An Old Fashioned Geek

And I thought talk of software would send people to sleep!

5.  The Complete Ellora’s Cave Primer for Newbies Who Are Too Afraid To Ask – Part 1

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Top Five Pages for March

1. Blood Knot

Still #1, and I’m tickled pink that it is so.  It is far ahead of anything else.  Sweet.

2. Books by Category

Moved up to #2.

3. About Tracy

Apparently, lots of new people this month, who wanted to know who I was….

4. Tracy’s Trilogies & Series

Bumped from #3

5.  Fatal Wild Child

My latest baby debuts at the #5 spot.  Aw shucks.  I’m smiling.

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Top Five Articles for March

1. MM and MMF – Let’s Try Again. Why Do Women Like Men Who Like Men?

#1 and still champeen….

2. The MMF Thing…How to Get It

Moved up to the #2 spot.

3. Bloody Pirates!

Bumped from #2.

4. The Difficulties of Writing Really Old Erotic Historical Romances.

Bumped from #3.

5.  The Ten Best Romantic Moments In Film History

New on the list at #5.

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One Comment

  1. Cathy M April 30, 2011 at 7:16 pm

    Hi Tracy,

    I know you start your big adventure tomorrow and just wanted to wish you a fun and safe trip. I’m not sure if I could handle a month away from the internet either, lol, but we will be here when you get back, ready to hear all about your travels.

    Hugs

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