It’s that time of the week again, when our friends at Feathers and Toast create a mysterious mime for your guessing pleasure. If you guess it correctly before Friday you could win the opportunity of having the mime of your choice performed. Obviously, if you don’t enter this won’t happen.
That’s right. Everything you read in the tabloids, or on Facebook memes is not necessarily true! Shocker. Just as the Easter Bunny is sadly not real (sorry if this was a surprise too) no-one has banned Easter Eggs to “avoid causing offence to refugees” as one Facebook meme proclaimed. Usually it
Does nobody see it’s a shame That while people are passing out blame More kids have to die And it’s making me cry This is real folks, not some sickly game To see the complete list of Jane Jago’s books go to: author.to/janejago
C H Clepitt and Chloe Hammond have teamed up again, to bring you the next instalment of their Darkly Dreaming/I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse crossover. This one is set at the end of Everything is Better with a Cape, and you will find our protagonists in the South of
We had so much fun with the last book giveaway we did, we want to do it all over again! This time it’s going to be even more super! To win a signed copy of Everything Is Better With a Cape by C H Clepitt, we want to see your
Regular followers of Feathers and Toast’s mystery mime may have noticed that whilst the site’s been down we were still posting them on our Facebook page. Be sure to like us so you don’t miss out. Last week’s mime was a flower blooming, so well done if you guessed that. This
To celebrate us being back on our feet, we have two poems from the ever talented Jane Jago. I am old, and occasionally I Take stock of the world spinning by Of the ugly old men In power. And then If I didn’t make jokes I would cry