A Monday Message


It’s the last Monday of the year and here at World of Blyton we’re starting our new year’s resolution early.

English: New Year's Resolutions postcard

English: New Year’s Resolutions postcard (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After a bit of discussion over at the Enid Blyton Society Forums we’ve decided to reduce the number of blogs we publish each week. At the moment we’re updating every day which is starting to become difficult – both in terms of coming up with that many fresh ideas and finding the time to write about them.

As of this week we will be aiming to post three blogs each week plus a little message or musings on a Monday. The plan is to post on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays but we’ll be allowing ourselves plenty of flexibility with that in case life gets in the way (or we just can’t wait another day to post something!)

We hope you’ll all keep reading what we post, even if there is a bit less of it!

Also, I logged into WordPress last night to find a 2012 Annual Report of the blog compiled by the helper-monkeys behind the scenes! You can have a nosy at our statistics here (but bear in mind we’ve only been running for two months, not a full year!)

By the time you read this post I reckon we will have reached 4,000 views (we’re on 3,997 as I write this) so thanks to everyone who takes the time to click over to our blog.

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One Response to A Monday Message

  1. Gerry Francis Kelly says:

    I am not surprised you are reducing the number – I have been amazed at the quality of the entries and would like to congratulate you, Stef and the others – I am loving them. Glad to see I am top of something even if it is only the number of comments.
    Happy New Year
    Francis

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