Author has written 3 stories for Puella Magi Madoka Magica/魔法少女まどか★マギカ, and Black★Rock Shooter.
So I heard that all the writers on this page or anyone else with unwarranted self-importance take their time to pimp out their profile page and impress the handful of people who will stumble over it in the probably short time they spend here.
Well, here I am. I'm nobody of importance, living in a city you probably never heard about. I do however like writing and in-depth analysis of characters and settings that interest me. I won't claim I'm good at any of that but I do make an effort, in my eyes. If you'd like to stay a while and read a few of my ramblings then feel invited to do so, I'd feel honored if you did.
Also, feel free to be rude or rough in reviews, I'd rather get flamed for perfectly good writing than get praised for dross.
Thought of the day 20th of March 2013: I have noticed that my stories get a jump of views on weekends. I also noticed they get one whenever I publish a new chapter. Consequently I will strive to have a chapter ready on Fridays so I can clock the maximum amount of fresh views and visitors.
Observation after the experiment on 25th of March 2013: Though I only managed to get it done on Saturday the expected jump in views and visitors did happen; with a view/visitor amount of 34/19 on Saturday and 27/10 on Sunday, then flattening out to 9/4 on Monday. I currently compare this to the last weekend on which I updated, the 10th Sunday, which caused a higher jump to 45/21 on that day but didn't continue the trend to the next day, therefore having a lower total.
I am using the other weekends on which I did not update as a control group, for example the 15th, 16th and 17th last week which had 2/1, 6/3 and 12/6 respectively, the Sunday clocking the expected highest numbers. The same kind of thing happened on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of this month only a few days after the story was released, with 3/3, 12/10 and 10/6 respectively.
It's clear that weekends get higher views than weekdays because people have more time to relax at home and enjoy their pasttimes and it's clear that a story update gets more views because people may get @-mails about it and come here directly. However, I do not think that this is directly related in the numbers of views and visitors and the demographics of visitors drawn. I'm still working on a hypothesis but I'll post it here as soon as I have it worked out.
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