Say the word and you’ll be free
Say the word and be like me
Say the word I’m thinking of
Have you heard the word is…
Yes. If you live in the UK, listen to yourselves, listen to others, listen especially to Radio 4. This is the word you’ll hear more than all others. Nothing is very or really or amazingly any longer. Oh no! INCREDIBLY is the all-encompassing word.
It’s so fine, it’s sunshine
It’s the word…
Back in 1965 the word was love, but now the word is INCREDIBLY.
I had slots in three book launch parties recently and popped into others. Congratulations to:
- Jess B. Moore – The Guilt of a Sparrow
- Lizzie Chantree – If you love me, I’m yours
- Kate Braithwaite – The Road to Newgate
- C.J. Sutton – Dortmund Hibernate
- Jo Fenton – The Brotherhood
- Sue Barnard – Heathcliff
- Rosie Travers – The Theatre of Dreams
I’ve read Heathcliff, which is excellent (or should I say: incredibly good?). I’m reading The Brotherhood, which promises to be excellent, too. I have yet to read the others, but I’m sure I’ll enjoy them. After all, they’re all published by Crooked Cat, which has published some incredibly good books. And mine.
This week, I read a blog post by Social Anx that resonated with me. In fact, I thought it incredibly powerful, even though not everything in it applies to me. It inspired a post of my own on the other blog.
See you next Friday. I hope the week works out incredibly well for you!