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A 101 Books Review Of 2011

I had another post planned for today, but I thought I’d delay it until tomorrow after getting a cool email from WordPress.

Many of you WordPress bloggers might have received the same report. I’m not going to go through all of the stats–maybe that’s a little tacky?–but I did want to highlight one of the stats they gave me for 2011.

Last year, the top 5 commenters on 101 Books were:

1) Teresa (98 comments)

2) Patti (96 comments)

3) MutantSupermodel (64 comments)

4) jedwardswright (57 comments)

5) Greg Streech (47 comments)

Thanks to everyone who visited this blog in 2011 and made this little project even more fun, but a special thanks to all of you–including the top 5 commenters above–who make it a point to visit daily and even get in on the discussion every now and then.

As 101 Books approaches 2,000 subscribers, I just wanted to thank all you guys for making it a great year. When 2011 started, I had no idea the blog would explode like it did last year.

What does 2012 bring? Who knows? But I’ll fill you in on one new aspect of the blog tomorrow.

And if you are interested in reading the entire 101 Books WordPress Report for 2011, feel free to take a look.

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  1. Matt #

    Loved following your blog this year! Can’t wait to read through some of these books with you in 2012.

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    January 2, 2012
  2. Patti #

    Wow! I didn’t know I had been so gabby 🙂 Congratulations on a great year, Robert. We look forward to more of the same, and then some.

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    January 2, 2012
    • Gabbiness is encouraged! Thanks for reading along with me. I think you were one of the first people (other than family) that I remember commenting.

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      January 2, 2012
  3. Congratulations, Robert, and thanks for letting us come along for the ride.

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    January 2, 2012
  4. Surprised to see my name on the list. Just wanted to support a cool and interesting project. It didn’t seem so at first, but this really is a massive project for anyone not directly in the literary world.

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    January 2, 2012
    • You barely edged out Mike, who’s made a strong run of late! Enjoyed having you around, even if you are a Pac 10 guy.

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      January 2, 2012
      • It’s now the Pac-12. When I was at the UC it was the Pac-8 (2-WA, 2-Or, 2-SF, 2-LA).

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        January 5, 2012
  5. Your blog is a lot of fun. I never thought I would try to read all of these books – but you made it seem so easy. Thanks for sharing your ride with us!

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    January 2, 2012
    • Thanks for coming along Teresa. Always fun to read your comments.

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      January 2, 2012

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