Happy Birthday Us!

Yesterday saw our second birthday here on World of Blyton! Happy 2nd birthday to us! Thank you for all your support over the year, and we hope you have enjoyed all of our articles.

This week we have a nice range of posts for you, including a special interview by the Just George and Timmy Adventures author Sue Welford! How exciting is that?

Fiona will be doing another post with The Island of Adventure comparisons and I shall be posting the next chapter of New Year’s Dip, our St Andrews fiction.

We’re doing brilliantly on the stats this week, we’ve had a bumper week. Our stats are booming with over 85,000 views and more than 1,100 comments! So thank you!

This week is also Bonfire Night week, so I shall share with you some of the firework pictures I took when I went out to a fireworks show on Saturday night. Hope you like them!


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5 Responses to Happy Birthday Us!

  1. chrissie777 says:

    Congratulations on your 2nd anniversary, Stef and Fiona!
    Wasn’t it called Guy Fawkes Day in the past? That’s what I learned at school :).


  2. Francis says:

    Two years old and you don’t look a day over one! Well done – your hard work has made this a wonderful blog that I always love to look at. May you have many more years ahead.


  3. chrissie777 says:

    I just read an article from Fiona from December 2012 in which she compares different editions of the same book (Adventure series). I noticed that quite a few members in the EBS forums also have more than one copy of a particular EB book and was always wondering why? For trading? Or do you keep them all? I hope I’m not too nosy :).


    • fiona says:

      Personally I don’t keep duplicate books. I’ve got some at the moment – on loan from Stef so I can compare texts, but that’s all. I just don’t have the room to keep more than one of each. The post from Dec 2012 (if it’s the right one I’m thinking of) is where I was talking about my childhood books? I’ve still got a lot of those as they were handed down from family and so still rather belong to my mother and so they’re kept in the loft.


      • chrissie777 says:

        Yes, that’s the one I meant, about the childhood books.
        How wonderful that you inherited older children’s books from your family!


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