My top ten blog posts

Me and Forum Romanum

Me and Forum Romanum

Now it’s December, I thought I’d look back to see what the most popular posts have been.  Is it a competition? No, it’s a mystery!

In 2013 and 2014 combined  (in traditional reverse order)

10. The Alternation of Rome – About creating an alternative timeline and how Roma Nova was born

9. PERFIDITAS book trailer – As it says!

8. How Romans celebrated spring – part of a spring blog hop organised by the SilverWood Books authors

7. Applying research – an essential skill for writers

6. My London Book Fair – Day 1 – a gas of a day!

5. Shedding light on the Roman dusk – Was there any light for Europe when the Roman Empire ended?

4. Roman dating essentials – Your think your diary is complex?

3. INCEPTIO – about the first Roma Nova book

2. Does a writer still need an agent? – Carole Blake, super agent, speaks

And the surprise winner is

marcus_aurelius_caesar

Marcus Aurelius

1. The Antonine plague – the germs that killed and empire
(I have enquired about this and apparently, my post is now used as a source for students writing history essays!)

The top category visited was ‘Writing skills‘ and the favourite page was ‘About‘, i.e. me!

I wonder what will be 2015’s top post will be…

 

Alison Morton is the author of Roma Nova thrillers, INCEPTIO, and PERFIDITAS. Third in series, SUCCESSIO, is now out.

Find out about Roma Nova news, writing tips and info by signing up for my free monthly email newsletter.

2 comments to My top ten blog posts

  • judith schara

    Very interesting Alison. I have that same thing as a note to myself. Some of my jposts just seem to go off into a black hole and other live on and on !

  • Alison

    Strange, isn’t it? And sometimes it’s the one you dash off that gets shared and RT’d and others you really worked on vanish after a day.
    But I think it’s like all social media – all a matter of chance!

Leave a Reply

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>