I once nearly fell off a cliff on the way to Tintagel. To be honest, it was a treacherous coastal path back then, and I probably wasn’t looking where I was going. I do have this terrible habit of not looking where my feet are landing!
According to the Goodreads Challenge, I’ve read 57 books in three and a half months. To be honest, I was quite staggered by that (I hadn’t realised how much of a crazy, possessed book-worm I really was. Should I be worried?).
Ask any author what their number one piece of advice is, and I guarantee they’ll tell you to ‘read’. Read any book you can get your hands on, bury your nose in the nearest piece of literature, and don’t emerge until you’re ready to start the next one.
Sigh. You can’t beat a good spooky story, can you? For the most part, classic ghost stories focus on human entities – grey ladies, headless men or wandering nuns, for example. However, every so often you get a lovely animal-based tale, which makes for a refreshing change.