1st sighting in Brighton, England – and Bella Basks By The Book on the Other Coast.

darlings

the notes are Pouring in!

we feel ever so overwhelmed and grateful.

here’s the 1st sighting in Brighton, England!

1stsightinginbrighton

do you see how closely the book is nestling in between Ms. G. Elliot’s Middlemarch while looking slightly shyly over at J G Ballard (as many do)? *shivers* we’re Hono(u)red to be in such august shelf space.

thank you for this Sighting from Brighton from the splendid catherine with whom (alongside Viv and cat) we shared a House in a village while all students at London University (the house was called Cloud 9 – not after the celestial heavens but after the splendidly feminist play by Ms. Caryl Churchill)

and may we introduce you to Bella?

BellaSuggestsYouReadHTSSIACWas you can see Bella is already very fond of the book.

we had a feeling we might get some furry friends because the book’s cover has a little sheen to it which we thought Instantly was nice to brush up against on the way to visit the View over Manhattan or the city of your choice and Residence.

thank you to S on the Other Coast for the lovely shot of Bella Basking By The Book.

do send pictures when it arrives at Your part of the world.

it really is thrilling to see the book out there.

you are all VERY very very Kind.

*deep_curtsey*

signing off now – who-we-are-in-RL needs the laptop to as her editors in England and CHINA have just sent notes and she must Re-Write as all Writers Must.

what a delicious life.

isn’t it?

10 thoughts on “1st sighting in Brighton, England – and Bella Basks By The Book on the Other Coast.

        1. teamgloria says:

          so biblical – did the team on #sonofGod spend some real money on That campaign or what sorting out this flood – oh WAIT – that’s the Noah one with Mr.Crowe looking like an earlier incarnation of David Beckham from the Belstaff ads – so Rugged! ;-)

          1. Vickie Lester says:

            The studio announced late Thursday that the “explanatory message,” as Paramount calls it, will read: “The film is inspired by the story of Noah. While artistic license has been taken, we believe that this film is true to the essence, values, and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide. The biblical story of Noah can be found in the book of Genesis.”

            I kid you, not. Look, it’s in the paper.

            http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/moviesnow/la-et-mn-controversial-noah-will-now-carry-disclaimer-20140228,0,2975183.story#ixzz2ue0ihAeH

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