I finally figured out how to find the goofy search terms that have led people to my blog! I must say, this is the most fun I've had in days.
Most of the search terms aren't particularly interesting, admittedly. A lot of people are searching for various Shaws, or for free downloads of books I've mentioned or reviewed. (Actually, for my blog that would have to be "reviewed.") But there are many gems to be found among the boring.
For instance, someone in Australia searched for "pulp it up kc" and got my blog. Of course! And someone wanted to find out about "anthologies of awesome," to which I reply, anything I'm a part of, honey. Someone else found my blog by searching for "lack of ideas." I'm all over that, yes. I don't know what to say to the person looking for "word for out of control," because I can't think of it either.
I'm rather charmed at the search for "snowlamb," which I've only ever mentioned, I think, in the label "sleep little snowlamb." I use that label when I'm complaining about lack of sleep, and I made it up when I was running an acute sleep debt. That's why it makes no sense. I think I was thinking of "glow little glowworm." Maybe I'll write a story one day about a snowlamb, but it will be hard not to make it cloying.
But three search terms kept coming up over and over, from all over the world: horse story, horse stories, and write a horse story. I can't help but notice also, from time to time, that my LibraryThing list has a disproportionate number of YA books about horses on it. Maybe I have missed my calling here. Obviously I ought to be writing horse stories, and the general public agrees.