I have been waiting so long to tell you about what I’ve been working on!

Kat and I have been talking about the kind of event we want to attend for years now. We gazed longingly at blog posts about camps and gatherings wishing that we could join in. At some point that conversation changed into one about what we would bring to our own event.

We chatted about the people who were setting their blogs alight and inspiring us. We dreamed about the buzz of having so many creative minds together. And gradually, we realised it was something we wanted to turn into a reality.

I literally can’t sit still I’m so excited to tell you about this! Next May we will open the doors on the very first Blogtacular – a place for all the lovely people on the internet to connect, inspire and learn.

RIGB Venue Shots

We’ve hired the historic Royal Institution of Great Britain (science fans – yes, I stood on the stage ane imagined I was doing a Christmas Lecture). As well as the iconic Faraday Theatre we’ll have the run of the whole building. Its beautiful Georgian windows allow natural light to flood into the rooms which was a must-have for us as photographers.

We’re working on creating a speaker line up that will make your spine tingle. We’re talking to the bloggers who are innovating in their field and the innovators who can give us a different view of what we do.
We have been longing for this day. We’re creating the conference of our dreams; a place for bloggers who want good looking blogs with great content.

We hope it is the conference of your dreams too.

I’m quite literally grinning from ear to ear knowing it is finally out there in the world! We have high hopes that you’re excited too.If you’d like to know more about Blogtacular head on over to the website where limited early bird tickets are on sale. Give us the thumbs up on Facebook or follow us on Twitter where we will be having an hour-long twitter celebration this evening, 7th August at 8pm London time.Thank you so much for joining me to find out about Blogtacular – I hope to meet you there x

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  • Reply Emma Bradshaw August 7, 2013 at 6:52 am

    So brilliant Kat, I can’t wait!
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  • Reply Natalie JTC August 7, 2013 at 8:23 am

    How exciting! Brilliant news
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    • Reply Kat September 13, 2013 at 12:37 am

      Thank you Natalie x

  • Reply Carie August 8, 2013 at 11:41 pm

    Will one of the sessions be “pretending to give a royal institute lecture”? Seriously, I think it’s going to be amazing, and I am in awe of the pair of you for pushing for your dreams and making them a reality for the rest of us – thank you :)
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  • Reply lauren August 18, 2013 at 4:26 pm

    Sounds like a fantastic idea. I’ll be keeping a look out for more information!
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    • Reply Kat September 13, 2013 at 12:37 am

      Thank you Lauren x

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