Top 7 Posts of 2019

Thank you for this enjoyable past year, readers! Let’s take a look at the most popular essays. The seven Fake Flamenco posts with the most views in 2019 were:

  1. Who Will Find Cleopatra’s Tomb?
  2. 25 Years Ago Today
  3. Are We Alive?
  4. Autumn Near the Wisconsin River
  5. Latina Superstar Linda Ronstadt
  6. 3 Libraries I Love/3 Bibliotecas que amo
  7. 5 Tips for Raising a Bilingual Child

By likes, the top post was
Art on the Street Madison Style

I’ve learned that Fake Flamenco readers like photography, street art, books, science, archeology, stories about inspiring women, and tales of our bilingual family. Gracias lectores for all your support!

The Pluma Dorada (Golden Quill) Award goes to our most frequent commenters: Sarah Cook, Carol Anne, Carolyn, Henry, Equinoxio and Francisco! Your encouraging responses paint sunrises in my skies.

As for our visitors, I find the map of your locations fascinating. I am honored to entertain guests from around the globe. Here by number of visitors are the top 10 nations of the 83 where people read Fake Flamenco:

  1. USA
  2. India
  3. UK
  4. Spain
  5. Canada
  6. Ireland
  7. Mexico
  8. France
  9. Argentina
  10. Germany

10Qs! Dhanyavaad! Nandri! Cheers, thanks ever so much! ¡Gracias! Marsi, takitish, eh? Go raibh maith agat! ¡Mil gracias! Merci! ¡Muy agradecida! Danke! for reading Fake Flamenco. Here’s to a great 2020. ¡Olé! –Rebecca

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Rebecca at a holiday performance

 

 

Rebecca Cuningham

10 thoughts on “Top 7 Posts of 2019

  1. Rebecca you’ve a wonderful blog! I have really enjoyed your posts and always look forward to reading them! The information you provide is very important and I am sure a great help to many people. I congratulate you on this year of your tremendous work! And now to start the next one! All the best to you, thank you for mentioning me and my greetings, un saludo y un abrazo de España!

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