- Wed, 15:40: Hild, by Nicola Griffith https://t.co/zSQDhBTiwQ
- Wed, 17:50: RT @Storiestobe: First, I want to reiterate that I am with Courtney and that I have resigned my #RWA membership. This entire thing is horri…
- Wed, 18:53: RT @0tralala: Of no interest to anyone, but the last time an episode of #DoctorWho was first broadcast on a Wednesday was The Time of the D…
- Wed, 19:47: RT @bbcdoctorwho: TEN MINUTES TO GO! #DoctorWho https://t.co/ImURAQIMo7
- Thu, 10:14: RT @lowflyingrocks: 2020 AD, 10m-22m in diameter, just passed the Earth at 16km/s, missing by 895,000km. https://t.co/yuuuEPVOUT
- Thu, 10:45: A Weapon With a Will of Its Own: How Tolkien Wrote the One Ring as a Character https://t.co/MTsqwcdOQ9 Well put.
Second paragraph of chapter 3:
The other servants at Wherewithal House said, 'Don't be ridiculous, Mary. The girl is a beast, a frightful creature. She is spoiled and savage, the very worst combination possible.'I wasn't really aware of the Iris Wildthyme books, another series that I obviously need to get to grips with for completeness, and picked this up at a book sale earlier in the year. It's the middle volume of a trilogy published in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and so I missed out on both the set-up and the conclusion. It's interesting enough that I will seek out the others; the concept is that Iris and her peculiar friends are trapped in a parallel universe while on our Earth fans and pro writers of her adventures are uneasily interacting with each other and with her story. You can get it here.