September 8, 2014

Awkwordly Emma 2014 Update

Hey, y'all, it's been about five months since I talked about my stats, and I thought I'd give y'all a little update.  As of writing this post (back in late July), I was at 77,900 views.  That is a seriously awesome number.  Between GFC, email, and Bloglovin', Awkwordly Emma has 123 followers [as of August 10th, I had 152 followers].  I know that number may seem small to those of you who have several hundred followers, but it's a big number for me and I couldn't be happier.

Also, while the highest number of views is consistently from the United States, Russia still holds second, followed by Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Ukraine, France, China, Lativa, and Poland.  I've also gotten views from Turkey, Australia, Argentina, India, Brazil, and the United Arab Emirates.  Craziness.

Now for posts!

The top 6 most popular posts thus far of 2014 are...

And the top 6 most popular reviews of 2014 are...

As of writing this post, I've read 159 books.  This time, I won't bother to include rereads because there have been a lot of those.  My summer of rereads helped a lot.  How many DNFs have I had in 2014?  Way too many (24).  I understand the necessity, especially as a book blogger, of DNFing books, but I hate doing it anyways.

I can easily predict that I'll read fewer books in these next few months than I have since the last check-in.  Less time and all that (which royally stinks).  Hopefully my post count will stay up, though!  I have plenty of posts scheduled - memes, reviews, and discussion posts.  And if there's ever anything you want me to talk about, just let me know!


  1. Congrats! (On the number of views, all those countries, those posts, et cetera...)
    I especially really liked the Rising Trends in YA Fiction and "Girly" Books for Manly Guys for two of my favorite posts, so I'm not surprised to see them up there.

  2. Wow, congratulations! I really admire your blog, and I loved your discussion posts on trends in YA as well as "girly" books for manly guys.

    Just curious, how do you go about scheduling posts in advance? Do you write a stock of them over weekends/when you have free time?


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