C.S. Lewis, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (via resolutewoman)
…and we all need that.
For 'mings,' Scottish mountains and sheep - does it get better than this?
(Photo from Ian Lawson’s book, ‘From the Land Comes the Cloth,” click on source link to view.)
This Isle of Skye tartan was likely made in Selkirk, but for tweed you must look to Harris. Ian Lawson’s beautiful book, “From the Land Comes the Cloth - A Journey to the Heart of the Hebrides,” would make a great Christmas present.
(Follow source link for book and for the Isle of Skye tartan, click here.)
Zelda Fitzgerald (via jamieniicole)
I am aspiring to this.
Henning Mankell, “The Man Who Smiled”
After finishing a particularly long, and somewhat glossy sci-fi novel, the realism and soul in this Henning Mankell mystery goes down like bitter, but very very nourishing medicine.
A compelling review and a very apt quote.
This is where I am right now, almost exactly. I’m taking my heroine here (she has a lot to learn at this point), to a place that will change her life. Just look at it, who wouldn’t be changed by that?
To be less obscure, I’ve at last sat down at the computer again and started writing /editing the book. It’s taken many weeks of nagging, cajoling, promising and pleading with myself to get me here. Whoopee!
(Thanks Grumpy George, your love is my love)
A collection of short stories from America, Morocco and London. The things ghosts get up too Bahahaha
What do ghosts get up to? Find out - follow the link!