Yesterday my hubby made my lunch and at work when I opened it I found this inside......
He`s the greatest!
And my daughter sent me this funny little article.
Daisy Lupin who has a wonderful blog at http://www.catsinthekitchenflorainthegarden.blogspot.com//
mentioned that I might like to try something called a "meme"
The page I had to take it from was 123 and start with the 6th line and end at the 8th line. Doesn`t near do the book it`s credit but here goes....
"This was a live take, the whole band playing together, instead of the usual jigsaw.
This number was over seven minutes long, about a prophet of some kind with a Welsh-sounding name, who
...came down from the mountains
with a harp on his shoulder
and dreams of the future...
It was one of those songs like Led Zepplin`s "Stairway To Heaven" which got bigger and more complicated, more violent, a male and a female singing alternating verses. No mistaking the voices; Dave Reilly and the Cairns woman.
This is from one of my very favorite authors, Phil Rickman. The book is called "December" about a group of people who practice for their band called "The Philosophers" inside the twelth century ruins of an Abbey on the borders of England and Wales.
A sinister and hard to put down book. It`s not his Merrily Watkins series. It`s the 4th book of his other "not quite" a series. I say "not quite" because although not a series, characters reappear in these ones.