MAKE Revelation/Booksie Study = PART III - B

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MAKE REVELATION, the booksie research and study 2009,

released this year 2010 of February.

part 3B = continuation of the discussion of the genres here in booksie

Submitted: February 07, 2010

A A A | A A A

Submitted: February 07, 2010



So far, we cannot prove that the total number of stories as of 2009 is congruent to the impending rise of the booksie members which, as clearly implied on this study, brought the whole twilight-related writings with them.
We may not be able to prove them in this condition, but we can prove them if there is a difference.
The minuend (number which is subtracted) and the subtrahend (number which subtracts) results the difference (fundamental mathematics).
The difference I’m talking about is the past-365-days worth of looking at booksie’s stories. There is actually a unique feature of the booksie web which enables the reader to view the past writings one year before the present,
as such,
these writings existing in the option past-365-days denotes the writings from Nov.2008 (since the date as of now already in past Nov. 2009) to the beginning of the booksie stories, Sept. 2006. In other words, these are the difference of the stories of ‘Sept. 2006 to October 2008’ against the stories of November 2008 to November 2009.
Table-2.2: Sept.2006 to Oct. 2008 writings (taken last Nov. 10, 2009)
OF PAGESTOTAL= [(n – 1) x k] + f
all 5,43381,489
action and adventure119 1776
children's stories 676
editorial and opinion64 959
erotica 691034
fantasy 553 8,284
fanfiction 123 1,833
gay and lesbian 30438
health and fitness 218
historical fiction 38563
horror 1472194
humor 1422124
jokes 4 47
literary fiction 1071593
memoir 811205
mystery and crime 60886
non-fiction 1081615
other 4867284
personal finance 110
religion and spirituality 1211814
riddles 6 85
romance 624 9,351
science fiction 1141700
thrillers 65975
travel 447
war and military 34497
westerns 680
young adult 573 8,589
flash fiction 28414
classics 18265


Compared to: September 2006 – November 2009 writings (taken last November 10, 2009) as cited on PART III-A
***observe the QUANTITY
See the difference?
The genres ‘fantasy’, ‘romance’ and ‘young adult’ stories increased greatly in number in just the given one year of Nov. 2008 to Nov. 2009.
Fantasy Genre Sept. 2006 – Nov. 2008 = 8,284 writings
Fantasy Genre Nov. 2008 – Nov. 2009 = 14,349 writings (+73.09% increase)
Romance Genre Sept. 2006 – Nov. 2008 = 9,351 writings
Romance Genre Nov. 2008 – Nov. 2009 = 20,505 writings (+119.28% increase)
Young Adult Genre Sept. 2006 – Nov. 2008 = 8,589 writings
Young Adult Genre Nov. 2008 – Nov. 2009 = 16,925 writings (+97.06% increase)
Even the fanfiction genre doubled for the past one year, and we are not comparing the fanfictions of then and now as a gap of just one year; but the 1,833 total no. of stories is constituted worth of two years and two months from Sept. 2006 to Nov.2008. Then, from Nov. 2008, to Nov. 2009, in just approximately one year, the no. of stories doubled from 1,833 to 3,666.
Fan Fiction Sept. 2006 – Nov. 2008 = 1,833 stories
Fan Fiction Nov. 2008 – Nov. 2009 = 3,663 stories (+99.85% increase)
Note that the rest of the genres never have any significant growths placed over the past year than to compare them against the big-four genres: romance, young adult, fanfiction and fantasy. The rest of the genres may have grown in number of stories, but are not remarkable compared to the big-four genres as well as to compare these genres against the rise of rate in the booksie members.



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