Wednesday, December 19, 2007


There has been a sharp increase in the number of visitors to Diary From England recently, which is nice. As some of you know, Diary From England is listed on Blogburst, a syndication service that makes premium blog content available to major publishers like Reuters, USA Today and Fox News. Well it seems that Reuters have taken a fancy to some of my posts, giving Diary From England some more exposure and bringing in some more readers. You can see the posts in questions and let Reuters know what you think of them and this blog by following the links shown below:-

JK Rowling's Special Books of Fairytales

Queen of Style

The Queen & Prince Philip Celebrate Diamond Anniversary

Sharon & Ozzy to Host Brit Awards

I can’t believe that this blog has been running for nearly 3 years now. I only intended to keep it running for 1 year when I started but enjoyed writing on it so much I kept it running for longer. I’ve met some really lovely people along the way, from all corners of the globe. As some of you know, I have a busy work schedule with some weeks busier than others. Sometimes I’m lucky to find time to write one post in a week. That’s why I’m so grateful to all the faithful friends and readers of Diary From England who visit here regularly, leaving lovely comments and giving me lots of support and encouragement. You know who you are and it is much appreciated. I’d like to say a big thank you to you all. I'm looking forward to another happy year of blogging at Diary From England.


Sheila said...

And I'm looking forward to another year too Naomi. Congrats on the increased readership and being featured in the book. For some reason I couldn't look at the page but that is awesome!

Marion said...

Congratulations, Naomi, what great news! I enjoy keeping up to date with your blog, always great news with your own personal touch thrown in.

I tried to go to the link on your latest post, but it wasn't working. I'll try again later.

Success couldn't happen to a nicer person!

Naomi said...

Many thanks Sheila and Marion. It's nice comments from lovely people like you two that make writing on this blog so worthwhile. Merry Christmas to you both!