My Reading – October 2021

The Piper by Charles Todd
The old house shuddered in the wind that roared up the glen, swept over the shoulder of the lowest hill, and then dropped howling into the loch on the far side.

Best Seller by Terry Tyler
‘I like the article in
Red best, don’t you babe?’

The Crooked Ash: A Derbyshire Legend by J P Reedman
It was the Year of Our Lord 1461 and Edward IV,
the young warrior-king, had not long ascended the throne of England.

Dearly: New Poems by Margaret Atwood
These are the late poems.
Most poems are late
of course: too late,
like a letter sent by a sailor
that arrives after he’s drowned.

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