Even though it’s not quite the end of the year yet, the blogging stat monkeys have delivered their report on how things went here at the Notes in the Margin blog during 2015. I’ll have my own, more detailed report ready early next month, but for now I offer you the stat monkeys’ findings.
“In 2015, there were 121 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 830 posts.”
Of the five most viewed posts this year, only two of them were written in 2015:
(1) Review: “The Girl on the Train,” Paula Hawkins, from January
(4) “Books fall open, you fall in.” —David McCord, also from January
The other three most viewed posts were all from 2014:
(2) “The Door,” E.B. White, a Literature & Psychology post
(3) Gothic Elements in Shirley Jackson’s “We Have Always Lived in the Castle”, a Classics Club post
(5) Joseph Campbell and the Hero’s Journey, a Literature & Psychology post
These were some of my favorite posts to write during 2015:
(1) Getting Lost in a Good Book
(2) Reading in Flow
(3) “Go Set a Watchman”: A Lesson in Writing & Reading Fiction
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this blog as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it.