Christian Author: Nancy W. Boyer

Boyer Writes Begins a New Year of Writing…the Annual Report

It is our pleasure at Boyer Writes to share with you a portion of our Annual Report sent to us from WordPress for 2014:

“The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 16,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it”.     Readers from 126 countries around the world viewed our site.  We are fortunate to have readers like Stephen Liddell in England and Larry Gingery in Ukraine who write comments and share thoughts and encouragement.    Thanks, Stephen and Larry and over 100 people following Boyer Writes.   These years of writing have been some of my happiest and you will continue to hear from us as we are inspired in the areas of The Arts, History, Inspiration and much more.

In 2014, we wrote 106 new posts, growing our total archive for Boyer Writes  to 468 posts.

Our most read writing had to do with a mystery about World War II.

WHAT HAPPENED TO SS. GENERAL HANS KAMMLER?

SPECIAL NOTE by the author:   This blog has received the most hits world-wide than any of my other blogs, which may say something about the fascination that people have for history and the unknown facts of history.  People have commented that their relatives were somehow connected with General Hans Kammler, but can not prove such claims. Readers have argued back and forth concerning their claims…as I receive an email each time they comment.  What it matters all in all this many years later is probably of little consequence in that most of the criminals of the Nazi era are dying off even if they did escape the punishments that may have been due them. Regardless, the speculation goes on….and readers enjoy the mystery.  Thanks for reading and wondering. )  

This year, 2015, I plan to continue writing my historical fiction  using this interest in General Hans Kammler as a background for my book.  You will be the first to know when it is published.

Blessings to all and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

2015 New Year

 

To Read the post on General Hans Kammler (and reader responses to the mystery)

One response

  1. It’s always a pleasure to read your posts. They’re always of a high standard and usually thought provoking too. Happy New Year to you and all your readers and best of luck with the book!

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    January 1, 2015 at 15:21