What should I add next?

Morning everyone!   I wanted to give you a quick update on the site’s maintenance (or lack thereof), and ask a favor in return.

First, some history.  I started this blog as a resource for myself, using WordPress so I could access my word-count data from anywhere in the world, and easily share this data with friends.  Along the way, it caught the attention of Google and, well, the traffic exploded (literally) overnight.

Fast forward two years later, and traffic isn’t slowing down a bit.  In fact, it’s growing.  Thanks, mostly, to the release of ‘IT’ the last two weeks have hit (almost) record high daily page views.   This is awesome.

The problem is, this isn’t my full time job.  Not even close.  It isn’t even my full time hobby.  And gathering this data is not exactly easy.   Furthermore, I’m not active on Twitter currently, so many messages sent to that account were only read today (oops, sorry!).    I am in the process of redefining my Twitter life (yay), so you’ll see more of me on that medium going forward.

The good news is that I have a full list of new novels to add… including most of Star Wars Universe.  The bad news is I have no idea what to add behind it.

So here’s my ask – Though I realize this site isn’t very prone to comments (which is fine), and I know I may be talking to thin air, if you have any recommendations on what should come next, please comment, and I’ll do my best to provide an update in a timely manner.  

Again, thank you all for the visits and shares.  In return I pledge to be a better site master.

We’ll see how I do.

MK

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3 thoughts on “What should I add next?

  1. Pingback: Stephen King Word Count | Popular Novel Word Count

  2. Hi, I just found your site by looking up Stephen King’s word count. Great job, thanks for doing it! I think it would be cool to have a running total word count for all novels for each author, though I bet that is a lot of work. On what to add next: I suggest adding John Scalzi and Neil Gaiman to your list. Keep up the good work!

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