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Most Read Stories

Here are our overall ten most read stories, based upon the number of page views for a story since first published on ScienceFictionFantasyHorror.com. Listed in descending order, i.e., #1 is the most read story.

Overall
Story Author Reads
1 In the Mind of the Screaming Clown John Weagly 213323
2 Hot Naked Chicks Mike Philbin 130053
3 Tight Budgets Mike Aragona 63350
4 Faith in Unicorns S. J. Reisner 8465
5 The Hay Devils Colin P. Davies 8262
6 Best Foot Forward Marshall Payne 5184
7 Perspectives Robert D. Rowntree 4658
8 Morning Amusement Joseph Baneth Allen 4365
9 Keeping It Together Mike Philbin 4340
10 Werewolf for Hire Pamela K. Kinney 4094
Last updated 31 January 2010.

The ten most read stories for each month of the year, based upon the number of page views for a story for the designated month:

January 2010
Story Author Reads
1 Hot Naked Chicks Mike Philbin 2910
2 In the Mind of the Screaming Clown John Weagly 793
3 The Hay Devils Colin P. Davies 365
4 Morning Amusement Joseph Baneth Allen 286
5 Tight Budgets Mike Aragona 134
6 Faith in Unicorns S. J. Reisner 115
7 Excelsior Henry W. Longfellow 77
8 Werewolf for Hire Pamela K. Kinney 68
9 The Crone’s Curse Angeline Hawkes 67
10 The Man Who Sank Colin P. Davies 66
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Dan C. Rinnert: Or show two dates. A thread-started date and a last post date...
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Lawrence Richards: Perhaps the date column in the forums could show the date of the last post instead of the first.
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