A friend of a friend – 2015 recap


In 2015 I had a goal to write 365 posts (one each day) using the theme “A friend of a friend”. It proved to be far more successful than I ever imagined. Over 57,000 views and shocked is the best way to describe the reaction I have that people wanted to read the stories.

The link below will provide you an excel spreadsheet on The Friends, The Friends of the Friends and the total number of views each post received. If a post does not have a number next to it that indicates it was viewed less than 10 times.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/tjke50gdmop1mhb/A%20friend%20of%20a%20friend%20list%20of%20posts.xlsx?dl=0

In 2016 my goal is 366 (leap year) daily posts using the theme “North Carolina People, Places, and Things”.

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