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A Look Back on 2010

First and foremost, I’d like to thank each and every one of my readers, particularly those who’ve left comments, fostered discussion, and dropped me emails throughout the year. It goes a long, long way to making me feel I’m not writing blog posts in a vacuum! I’d also like to give a special thanks to Melody of Redeeming Qualities for her amazing reviews, to Ay-leen the Peacemaker of Beyond Victoriana for inviting me to contribute to her stellar steampunk community, to Shire Publications for contributing the many, many titles which have helped to make Edwardian Promenade even more accurate, and to PBS for bringing Downton Abbey (among other programs) to the United States–and for inviting me to co-host a live Twitter chat (keep your eyes peeled on the #DowntonPBS hashtag Jan 9th)!

And now, a look back on 2010:

Month with the busiest traffic: October, with 16,603 visitors, and an average of 536 visits per day
Day with the busiest traffic: October 10th, with 1,261 visitors

Top 10 posts:

  1. Women of Meiji Japan & Western Fashion
  2. Setting the Table
  3. An Aristocratic Ménage: Consuelo, Sunny and Gladys
  4. Dressing the Edwardian Man
  5. The Court Presentation
  6. The New Woman, 1880-1915
  7. 100 Years: Alpha Kappa Alpha
  8. A life of contrast: Daisy, Countess of Warwick
  9. How I Take Care Of My Hair

My Favorite Posts to Write:

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Cheers to 2011!

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