Hihi! I’ve partnered with a local independent Edinbugh bookshop, Transreal Books, for signed books. He’ll send signed, personalised copies of any of my books anywhere in the world, so it’s ideal if you want a gift copy for someone. He does it for a few other local authors as well. Postage varies by country. Signal boosting greatly appreciated! :-)
Listen though screaming asides, Sherlock’s gone from someone who says, very seriously:
“I don’t have friends.”
to someone who can say:
“I’ve just got one.”
to someone who says (in front of a large crowd!):
“In short, the two people who love you the most in all this world.”
and now is saying, point blank:
“I love you.”
Regardless of shipping? That right there is character growth and look at our son he’s actually accepting emotions and having the strength and bravery to actually say them after so many years I am so emotional
>NBC’s Andrea Mitchell says Trump will pick Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson for Sec. of State
>Trump at Army/Navy game
>crowd (military) cheers when Trump arrives
>Army makes up a locker/jersey for Trump
>Trump goes to the broadcast booth
>says Verne Lundquist would make a good ambassador to Sweden
>Army wins in a nail biter, breaking a 14 year Navy win streak
>Istanbul, Turkey - car bomb explodes outside soccer stadium
>terror suspected, 21 dead, 166 injured
>John Kennedy-R (Trump campaigned for yesterday) wins Louisiana Senate runoff election
>margin of over 60-40%
>senate sits at (R-D) 52-46-Bernie-King
>in addition Trumpian outsider Clay Higgins wins US House race against established “conservative” in Louisiana
<<Cait>>, Arjun stopped her, grabbing her hand. <<You can’t beat yourself up like that. If you thought this person would make a good parent then, chances are things haven’t changed. But maybe you have?>>, he suggested.
Catherine frowned. <<What do you mean?>>.
Arjun shrugged his shoulders. <<Maybe the point is that you don’t wanna be cut out of your child’s life, after all>>, he said.
Catherine wasn’t sure if she should laugh or cry. <<Oh, Arjun!>>, she mumbled, throwing herself in his arms. Sweet, clueless Arjun. Everyone was so good in his world.
They held onto each other in silence for minutes. Then, finally, Catherine spoke. <<Do you wanna come home with me?>>.
Jon and Sansa’s betrothal was announced two days later and the wedding was planned for two weeks after that. The reason for urgency being that Lord Stark had already planned for Jon to join him and Robb on another diplomatic trip. Ned convinced Jon that the visits to various lands of the north, meeting people and hearing their plights would make him a good Lord in turn - even in the small keep that he had been promised. Jon regretfully agreed even though this would mean that he would be married but two weeks before he would be separated from his bride.
Hey, y’all. I need your recommendations. My mom is a secular witch whose magic revolves mostly around hearth/kitchen stuff, and she’s struggling with depression right now. Are there any books that would make a good gift for her? I found a few cool ones on hearth magic but they’re all God/Goddess related and my mom is an atheist, so.
I’m kind of looking for something that addresses mental health issues compassionately and is sort of aligned towards people who work a lot and are trying to incorporate witchcraft/spirituality into their busy lives. But something that’s not necessarily religious. I’d appreciate any help!!