Friday, October 2, 2015
Friday Linkups: A Fine Summer's Day
It's Friday linkup time! I'm linking up with the Book Blogger Hop hosted by Coffee Addicted Writer, Book Beginnings of Fridays hosted by Rose City Reader, and the Friday 56 hosted by Freda's Voice.
This Week's Book Blogger Hop Question:
You're volunteering to read a book to a group of young children at the library. What scary themed book for kids would you read them?
If we're talking preschool age and down I think I would pick The Spooky Wheels on the Bus by J. Elizabeth Mills. Any book you can sing is always a hit with the younger crowd and I've sung this one about a million times. Another good choice would be Pete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins by James Dean because who doesn't love Pete the Cat? Both of these would be a hit with my 5 year old!
Sunday, 28 June, 1914
It was a fine summer's day in England.
In fact, one of a string of bright days, languid and unhurried, full of promise.
I can just picture the day and see couples strolling through a garden enjoying the beautiful weather. It does make me feel like there is danger in the distance to muck up all this perfection.
There was someone in the nave. Rutledge had seen the flash of a white shirt before the man moved out of sight behind a portion of the wall that had once been part of the north transept.
Someone is up to to know good and nave is a word that isn't used often enough. I do love a good ruin!
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