Saturday, 28 March 2015

Seven brilliant novels at the price of an Easter egg.


The Green Fairy by Surian Soosay
The Green Fairy by Surian Soosay

Question 1 

What does ‘Green Fairy’ mean to you? 

A: Fauna in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty 

B: Washing-up liquid 

C: Absinthe 




The Specials by Chris Worden
The Specials by Chris Worden

  Question 2 

  I say “black and white”. You think: 

  A: Ebony and Ivory 

  B: 101 Dalmatians 

  C: The Specials





Image courtesy Creative Commons: Bioluminescence by Kris Williams
Bioluminescence by Kris Williams
Question 3  

The island across the Menai Strait in North Wales is called: 

A: Tenby 

B: Hornby 

C: Anglesey 




Image courtesy Creative Commons: Roman inside a hat by schadenfreude
Roman inside a hat by schadenfreude
  
Question 4 

If society breaks down and Wales goes feral, what do you want in your pocket? 

A: A gun 

B: A rat 

C: A ferret




 
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Siria Palmira by Jose Javier Martin Espartosa
Question 5 

A woman’s place is: 

A: In the kitchen, with a spatula 

B: In the bedroom, with suspenders 

C: In battle, with a sword



Question 6  

All’s fair in love and war. But when both collide, where does loyalty lie? 

Image courtesy Creative Commons: Suite Fran├žaise by Eric Huybrechts
Suite Fran├žaise by Eric Huybrechts

  A: With your country, family and pride 

  B: With your lover and your heart 

  C: With yourself



Question 7  

Image courtesy Creative Commons: caution: itchy trigger finger by Flood G.
Caution: itchy trigger finger by Flood G.
You uncover white-collar malpractice. Do you: 

A: Turn a blind eye 

B: Blow the whistle 

C: Pull the trigger





All above images courtesy Creative Commons.
Image by Alan Levine
 


If you answered mostly C, we have just the thing for you:




A Time and A Place Box Set Cover LARGE EBOOK


Seven brilliant novels at the price of an Easter egg. 

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Crack these open instead of an Easter Egg. 
Who knows where you'll travel.
Who knows when you'll arrive.


Friday, 6 March 2015

Triskele Books Blog: Interview with Karen Mcleod

Triskele Books Blog: Interview with Karen Mcleod: Karen MacLeod is a Scottish writer of Highland extraction. Her novels Doubtful Blood, Counterfeit and Thorn Maker , which comprise The ...