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Author Mark Stephen Levy

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Denver, Colorado, United States
I was so inspired by my adventures while traveling throughout Europe, India, Nepal, Tibet, China, and other exotic locales that I had to write something. Then one day early last year, an idea started to take form quickly. I was finally enabled to weave some of my stories and integrate them into one of the best love story adventures to come along in years.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

OVERLAND AROUND THE WORLD



The cyber global community is just that…a community not unlike a small town’s town square. Just that we are all scattered out there and all over. This Overland blog has been up since last September and the Overland website a month before that.

Here are some interesting statistics from the countries that has visited the Overland website since January 1st:
Countries Pages Hits
Unknown ip 581 899
Network net 342 1328
Commercial 328 916
Unknown local 124 124
Russia 51 51
Germany 34 34
India 30 128
Australia 11 50
Canada 9 49
Slovak Republic 8 28
Bulgaria 8 45
Belgium 7 26
Netherlands 7 27
Non-Profit 6 28
Indonesia 4 24
Seychelles 2 2
Colombia 2 2
Brazil 1 1

Fascinating! Like the medal count of an Olympics.

You Dear Readers are on the front end of what will become the truly global heartfelt story that is OVERLAND.

Mark Stephen Levy published his novel Overland in 2009, a fictional account of an American stranded in Kabul, Afghanistan on December, 27, 1979 the day the Soviets invade.

3 comments:

Maria K. said...

You know, when I read that first paragraph about the town square, the thing that popped into my mind was the town crier from HBO's "Rome", played by Ian McNeice. When a friend and I watch it during our girls' nights out, we always joke that it's the Roman version of "Nightly News with Tom Brokaw". Not sure why I formed that particular association...

meleah rebeccah said...

Im always amazed when I see the different countries that have visited my blog too!

Roezer said...

Good to See you are getting know around the world.