Tag Archives: September

September 2021 round up

In September we finally got to go away on our three-times rearranged holiday and we were lucky to have really good weather! What I have read I didn’t read a lot – I took my Kindle on holiday and attempted … Continue reading

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Monday #443

This is going up slightly later than usual as I failed to remember to write this on Sunday evening as I normally do. So here I am, a day late, writing this and at the same time wondering what I … Continue reading

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Monday #442

I’m still working on all those ideas that my holiday gave me, one of which will be up this week. Meanwhile the weather is turning cooler and wetter, though we’ve had a couple of warm sunny days, and the leaves … Continue reading

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Monday #441

I’m just back from a weeks’ holiday and it has given me quite a few ideas for new content for next few weeks. Noddy at the Little Treasures Museum and Cunningham and Petrov: The Mystery of the Missing Children chapter … Continue reading

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Monday #440

It is September and yet the sun is still shining (for now, at least!). Kirrin Holidays brochure from Travel Blyton and Cunningham and Petrov: The Mystery of the Missing Children chapter 20.5* (I don’t have The Mountain of Adventure to … Continue reading

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September 2020 round up

I can hardly believe that it is autumn already, even though it has felt quite wintry the past week. Not ideal when we are currently not allowed to meet anyone else indoors! I am still on furlough, though what will … Continue reading

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Monday #391

This is going up a bit later than usual as I procrastinated so long last night over choosing a quote to feature that I forgot to do it in the end and went to bed… If you like Blyton: The … Continue reading

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Monday #390

Recent visitors to the Fan fiction page at the top of the blog might have noticed a new heading: External fan fiction links. There is only one such link at the moment and it is to the story Watergate Bay … Continue reading

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Monday #388

The Naughtiest Girl Saves the Day by Anne Digby and Cunningham and Petrov: The Mystery of the Missing Agent chapter 9 “They’re a’ daft. Wasting a fine boat like yon, looking for bairds. Bairds! When there’s good fish to be got! Well, … Continue reading

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September 2019 round up

It’s September now, and judging by the sudden plummet in temperatures, Summer is firmly over! What I have read The Devil Wears Prada – Lauren Weisberger The Well of Lost Plots (Thursday Next #3) – Jasper Fforde When Did You … Continue reading

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Monday #339

  September round up and The Naughtiest Girl in the School covers through the years Far below the waterfall resolved itself into a winding river that curved round the foot of the mountain. The children could not see where it … Continue reading

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Monday #338

Letters to Enid part 15 and The Famous Five the Musical: Smuggler’s Gold “Mollie! Peter! Come quickly! The chair is growing its wings again!” Chinky summons the children so that they can go on another adventure in Adventures of the … Continue reading

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Monday #337

Search terms #10 and On my bookshelf 6 Fifth Formers of St Clare’s is not the fifth book in the series, even it it sounds like it should be. It is actually the sixth and final book, after three books … Continue reading

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Monday #336

Letters to Enid part 14 and If you like Blyton: The Cherrys by Will Scott The Twins at St Clare’s is the first book in the St Clare’s series. The titular twins, Pat and Isabel don’t want to go to … Continue reading

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Monday #335

August round up and On my bookshelf part 5 The Mystery of the Vanished Prince is the ninth mystery for the Five-Find Outers. As the title suggests the mystery is that a young prince has gone missing. Having already dressed … Continue reading

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September 2018 round up

WHAT I HAVE READ Not a bad month though most of the novels are ones I’ve read before. I haven’t read the latest few of the St Mary’s books so I thought I should re-read from the start to refresh … Continue reading

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Monday #286

If you like Blyton: The Lone Pine books by Malcolm Saville and Putting the Five Find-Outers in order “And remember what I’ve said – there is NO BOY HERE!” – The Dragon This is from The Boy Next Door, and so The … Continue reading

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Monday #285

  The Valley of Adventure Holidays, 2018 and Miss Grayling’s Girls part 3 – the in-betweeners After writing a travel brochure for it recently, this week’s location has to be Demon’s Rocks. Demon’s Rocks is around the coast from Kirrin, … Continue reading

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Monday #284

Poor Brodie has chicken pox so this is a shorter Monday post than usual (done in a rush on my phone at ten to nine!) Autumn reads and More search terms I now resign from the Secret Seven. Thank you … Continue reading

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Monday #283

August round up and Noddy fuzzy felts Mr King is a tutor who is employed by the Lyntons to teach Dinah, Roger and Snubby on holiday in The Rockingdown Mystery. He arrives in Rockingdown and begins to teach, but the … Continue reading

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