It’s Time For All Bloggers To Unite – A Bloggers Bash Announcement

The Bloggers Bash is coming soon – bloggers of the world unite! Or at least, come to London for a great day out 🙂

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Do you blog?

Do you write?

Do you read blog posts?

Have you ever been to a bowling alley in Southend with somebody named Ken?

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Do you leave comments on blogs?

Do you leave ‘likes’ on blogs?

Do you have a favourite blog?

Have you ever stuck a marrow through your next door neighbour’s letterbox and shouted “How’s that for the Jolly Green Giant?”

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Do you write book reviews?

Are you new to blogging?

Do you blog about photography?

Have you ever gone into a Wal-Mart store and shouted, “So, where can I buy the walls?”

It’s time for Bloggers of the world to unite. It’s time for a mug of coffee.

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It doesn’t matter where you blog. WordPress, Weebly, Tumblr, Blogspot or by the loose chippings on the M1 Motorway. The Bloggers Bash is coming to London and we need your help to spread the word and to let…

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13 thoughts on “It’s Time For All Bloggers To Unite – A Bloggers Bash Announcement

    1. I am 🙂 I went last year and it was a great day out, plus I got to meet some fantastic bloggers. Really looking forward to this year’s event – too bad you live so far away, Louise.

      1. Yes! It sounds like fun, although I’m not good if I meet heaps of new people all at once. It takes me a couple of days to recover. (I know that sounds weird!) Have fun! xx

      2. No, it doesn’t sound weird at all! I’m not so good in big social situations either – I can get quite panicky. I usually find someone and glom onto them for the day (which is probably quite annoying!) However, last year luckily I knew a few bloggers already (at least, I knew them online), so I felt a bit more comfortable.

      3. That’s the thing with blogging—you get to know people rather well before you actually ‘meet’ them! I can see it would be like meeting up with old friends. I’m like you in that I feel quite panicky. I can cope with it for a short time, but after a weekend, I feel overwhelmed. I remember feeling like it after medical conferences. Writers’ festivals are similar, although so many writers are introverted that they’re not as confronting—we’re all wandering around with our eyes on the ground, lost in our own little worlds!

      4. I haven’t been to a festival yet, and I really need to go to one, especially with London just a short train ride away. I did go to an event at Bloomsbury Publishing and felt woefully unprepared and panicky most of the day! 🙂

    2. Just realised I left a word out of my first sentence above: Have you ever gone to a K-Mart store and *asked* where to buy a ‘K’? It was a reference to a line in your post about buying a wall at Wal-Mart. Rather silly joke I know. I’d better go to bed before I embarrass myself even further. (No, I haven’t been drinking!)

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