Have you found what you’re looking for?

Like any blogger addicted to her own stats, I love reading what brought people to Gotcha Baby.* A lot of people are looking for floor bed ideas. But even more people are searching for the theme to Maximum Ride: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports. I can only guess that those searching for the theme are writing book reports–when the hell else would you ever, ever search for the “theme” of the book?

I mean, it’s good to look at a literary work and get the “deeper” meaning of the text, not just the play-by-play of the plot….but personally, in junior high school I had a hard time deciphering between the main idea and the theme. And got a few points off here and there because of it. But I eventually figured it out–and not by searching for summaries on the internet. As a matter of fact, I didn’t even by a set of Clif notes until Moby Dick junior year. Do they even still sell paper Clif notes? Or can you just by access online?

Anyway, if you’ve come here looking for the theme, I did name one in my review, but probably there are others, so please, please, please–read the actual book!

*I will always heart Sitemeter, for it is my first love of bloggy stats. But Feedburner? OMG. Leaves Sitemeter in the dust. It’s a little creepy, all the things I know about y’all now…but it’s a sickness and I love it.

4 Replies to “Have you found what you’re looking for?”

  1. Only blackmail-worthy if you’re lying about what kind of browser you’re using, or how much time you really spend looking at my blog, or things like that. honest.

  2. I’m getting it right now!! I use sitemeter and love it, but if there’s something even better….the snoop in me wants more info! 🙂

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