I know this is such a belated greeting but still, I think that you peeps deserved some words of update from me seeing as I’ve been inactive on tBPII for a time. Well, I’m back from a much-needed hiatus and decidedly, not everything is going as smooth as I hope it will be with my heavy-duty desktop pc suffering from a power supply problem. A lot of the materials that I am using for my blog and scanlation projects are in it and I don’t have access to them. Thus this meant that I put everything manga related on hold until it is fixed. It’s a major reason why I haven’t been posting much of late. Things like my regular 07-Ghost teasers are affected…thought I mentioned it here cos I noted the lot of you from the fandom are checking out to see if the new chapter teasers are up. Fret not, I’m working on getting them up some time in the next couple of days. The delay is affecting the LJ translation for the last two chapters as well. Oh well, it can’t be help. We make do with what we can now, won’t we?!
So how are the rest of you faring as we inch deeper into 2012? I hope that you all had a good and memorable 2011 and that 2012 would bring more exciting challenges and good tidings in your lives. Cheers!
The Brownie Post II Year in Review
Even though I haven’t really done a lot of blogging on tBP II last year, I’m rather amazed that the blog held on well with viewers dropping by from different fandoms of mangaland, in particular. It’s amusing to see the stats generated by the WP monkeys but in any case, I do appreciate that you peeps found something or other that you liked or enjoyed here even if I’m not sure what they were. So, thank you for dropping by. I certainly hope that I can keep things going for the new year and make things interesting…somewhat. No promises really but we’ll see won’t we! 今年もよろしくお願いします 😀
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
London Olympic Stadium holds 80,000 people. This blog was viewed about 320,000 times in 2011. If it were competing at London Olympic Stadium, it would take about 4 sold-out events for that many people to see it.