Today marks the nine-year anniversary of my blog! It began on 3 December 2005, and 564 posts later, we're still here! It's had over 900,000 visitors, so an average of a little over 100,000 a year, though these days I get around 1000 visitors a day. Not bad at all for a blog about one of the most disastrous kings England's ever had, eh?
Edited to add: many thanks to Kyra Kramer for kindly hosting me on her blog! My post about Edward II's death can be read here.
This year has been a particularly good one for me and Edward II. My Edward II: The Unconventional King was released in October (though is not, at the time of writing, yet available in North America, except on Kindle - will be soon!) and is selling really well and getting some great reviews. In June this year I appeared (briefly) on a BBC documentary marking the 700th anniversary of the battle of Bannockburn.
Here's to the next nine years! :-) And thank you all for reading and for all your support.7