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Last night, around 11.15 pm CET, this blog reached a total of 100.000 visits since I opened it in January 2013.
This is an important landmark for Karavansara – a small, backwater blog with a rather niche set of themes and a very erratic schedule.
Karavansara is growing – I don’t know if fast or slowly… but it’s growing.
This is reason enough for celebration.

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So I’m taking a moment to say thank you to all my readers.
To all those who started a conversation in the comments.
To those that stamped a Like on my posts, and shared them on their social networks.
To those that bought my ebooks or that bought me a coffee – thank you guys!
To all those that made suggestions and sent me emails.

Thank you.

I’ll do my best to keep going, and get better.
A lot of plans I had for this first semester of 2016 have been dashed by real life events.
I’ll work on making them happen in the second semester. And I’ll dream up new ones.
In the meantime – thank you again for being my readers.

Author: Davide Mana

Paleontologist. By day, researcher, teacher and ecological statistics guru. By night, pulp fantasy author-publisher, translator and blogger. In the spare time, Orientalist Anonymous, guerilla cook.

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