Bank Holiday Monday

Are we sure that we’ve had Easter this year? Where’s the sun and the flowers?

We did? Well that puts me right then.

I hope you all had a good Easter weekend and a lot of chocolate eggs to munch on!

I would love to be able to tell you that the overdue Spring Reads blog will be up and running this week, but I can’t promise! You may have to make do with the only other finished blog I have which is the sixth part of my fan fiction.

Wednesday’s contributing blog is from the gorgeous Corinna, and I’m sure I’m safe in saying that it’s a blog that will strike a chord with all of us die-hard Blyton fans.

I do believe that Fiona is working on her Valley of Adventure review, but she’s got several sat waiting so it could be anything she feels like really. Maybe as she’s on holiday she’ll have an adventure and tell us all about it?

I guess we will have to see!

Don’t forget to check out the Enid Blyton Society, and subscribe to their journal. If you love us, then you’ll love the special journal produced three times a year with amazing articles!

One more thing, an upcoming date for your diary, as we’re zipping through this year it seems. On Saturday 15th June 2013 there is a society based walk around Beckenham, Enid Blyton’s place of birth and where she spent her young life. Please check out the thread on the forum for details and add your name to the growing list if you would like to to attend.

We would love to see you there!

Happy Blytoning!

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1 Response to Bank Holiday Monday

  1. Francis says:

    Easter and every day are always bright and cheerful with the wonderful Blog. I would echo the appeals to join the Society – it’s great value and there are wonderful people to get to know!


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