One of my author pals, Stephanie Reed, who writes Amish fiction (yes, fiction and non-fiction authors can be friends) was amazed and fascinated with the diverse readership here. Stephanie suggested I write a post about the many readers from various countries.
It appears not just Americans are eager to learn about the Amish.
Since my blog launch in December 2012,
United States composes the highest number readership at 79,916
Canada gives me 3,544 readers followed by the
UK with 3,180 readers and
Australia brings in 1,435 learners.
I'm appreciative and amazed. Thanks for your hunger, to learn real facts, about the Amish and feeding it at my blog!
Like cultural anthropologist, Margaret Mead, said, "I was brought up to believe that the only thing worth doing was to add to the sum of accurate information in the world." Guess I'd never make a good fiction writer because I prefer to read and write nonfiction. Entertainment is great - occasionally I read a fictional murder mystery - but accurate information is my hunger.
If you're reading my blog from a country outside of the United States leave your comment naming your country and why you read Beyond Buggies and Bonnets.
C'mon other countries - proudly post your name in the Comments below! Just say something like, "I'm from New Zealand, France, Austria, etc., and I read your blog because..." Thank you for participating!