Looking Back: My Top Five of 2012

Last week WordPress emailed me a summary of my blog’s statistics for 2012. I thought you might enjoy a quick stroll down memory lane, so here is a list of my top five most-viewed posts, with links to each in case you’d like to revisit any of them.

5. Advice To 20-Somethings: A Guest Post, February 2012
4. “Cracked Nuts & Sentimental Journeys:” A Book Review, August 2012
3. Mrs. Tweedy and her Majestic Dubble-Bubble Hairdo, May 2012
2. Not Your Ordinary Bike Ride, November 2012

And the most-viewed post all year…

1. Forgotten Soldiers? (Not if I can help it), February 2012

While I’m on the subject, I would like to thank each one of you who read my blog. Some of you have laughed or sighed or cried with me, and I appreciate it. I hope to post more regularly in 2013 than I have in the past couple of months, although it’s time for the blog to take a back seat to the novel I am working on. (Secret: Writing a novel is a little bit harder than it might look.)

I guess I’ll have to get organized.

Thanks for reading! Really!
Jan

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4 Responses to Looking Back: My Top Five of 2012

  1. Jody Lee Collins says:

    Jan–the stats are revealing–you are a good writer! and no, I NEVER thought writing a novel was easy. Just bite it off one piece at a time and let God work through you. I look forward to hearing more!

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  2. marlece says:

    Jan, I have read everyone and so many times you have put me in stitches from laughing so hard. I get you, you know I do, and I give you permission to take a break (cuz I know you need it) but, you will be soooooo missed. Thinking of you, and we still have a face to face date yes?

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    • Jan says:

      Marlece, you’re so sweet! I don’t plan to give up blogging, though… actually I want to publish more posts, maybe 3 a month instead of, um, hardly ever. Now that the Christmas hubbub is over (next post, probably) I hope to set more of a schedule so I can do both. Love ya!

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