Monday #371


A change to the usual schedule for the moment. I know that children had to wait almost a whole year from the start of a serialised novel in Enid Blyton’s magazine to the final chapter but this is the internet and we don’t have to stand for that!

So as of this week there will be a new chapter of fan fiction every Friday. There are another few weeks of The Mystery of the Missing Aeroplane to go then it’ll be something I’ve written alone – Conquering the Castle. That is about Julian, Darrell, Sally, David and Anatoly visiting St Andrews Castle. Then we will plunge straight into The Mystery of the Missing Agent which is Cunningham and Petrov 2, based on the events of The Sea of Adventure. 

In a similar vein I am going to dedicate Sunday to my locked down library displays as I started posting them after I’d done about five weeks worth and I’m sure you don’t want to be seeing them until Christmas.

Wednesday will be a variety of the usual content – book reviews, TV reviews and whatever else I can think up!

Letters to Enid 23

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Fan fic Friday Cunningham and Petrov: The Mystery of the Missing Aeroplane

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Locked down library displays 3

“When we read a story, we inhabit it. The covers of the book are like a roof and four walls. What is to happen next will take place within the four walls of the story. And this is possible because the story’s voice makes everything its own.”
― John Berger, Keeping a Rendezvous

 

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1 Response to Monday #371

  1. Dale Vincero, Brisbane Australia says:

    “The Mystery of the Missing Agent which is Cunningham and Petrov 2, based on the events of The Sea of Adventure”. Sounds promising. Thanks.
    Similarly, I would love someone to write a story of how Aunt Polly and Uncle Jocelyn came to live in Craggy-Tops. That’s another story going begging, like the untold expanded story of the love interest between Ally and Bill. Thanks Fiona.

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