that i one scary image when you click on it, sugar! well done!xoxox(don't tell me anything about that book...until after i pack and then unpack all the books i already have, ok?
what's it made from, Eryl? And did it work?
Savannah ~ I won't say a word, promise, XXXDebra ~ it's made from fired clay. And it does seem to have done the trick.
Oooh! A loving skull?The Road is fantastic. Very spare adn bleak. Ugly and beautiful.
Sam ~ Oh it's terribly romantic, drives me nuts when I'm trying to work.I didn't get a chance to read much of The Road last night as I suddenly realised it was the last half hour of my best friend's birthday so phoned her. She actually answered, and we chatted for an hour and half. But what I did read was all of those things.
Great skull!Not read that book. I could do without bleak and tear-inducing at the moment
I read it during the "Summer". Be interested to hear what you make of it.
Kim ~ you must be like Stevie then, he can't stand bleak and tear inducing. Whereas I find it helps enormously: if I'm crying about fictional characters I'm not crying about myself.Conan ~ I'll share my view if you share yours.
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