I LOVE the big books, obviously, but I also really enjoy the others. Toward dawn, I dreamed of grassy meadows filled with butterflies.I’m listening to the audible of “Seven Stones” right now, just finished “Virgins” & ready to start “Fugitive Green.” I’ve read them all but enjoy listening too. Yellow, brown, white, and orange, they swirled around me like autumn leaves, lighting on my head and shoulders, sliding down my body like rain, the tiny feet tickling on my skin and the velvet wings beating like faint echoes of my own heart.Copyright 2012 This is from The Custom of the Army: (The 'he' is Lord John Grey) He leaned against a tree, watching a couple of fishing canoes make their way slowly downstream, hugging the bank.The sky was overcast and the air light on his skin, a pleasant change from the summer heat.(NT) -- Cindy G, Fri, February 02 2018, QOTD for Thursday, February 1, 2018 (Rabbit, rabbit) -- Piper-Mom, Thu, February 01 2018, Today's quote is from Outlander, Chapter 24. I floated gently to the surface of reality, and found that the butterfly feet against my stomach were the flaming tendrils of Jamie's soft red thatch, and the butterfly trapped between my thighs was his tongue. She led me well up into the foothills, galloping when there was road enough to do so, walking when there wasn't.
(NT) -- Betsy Barefootspinner, Fri, February 02 2018, I agree, Betsy. :) and nature stuff) Despite the unsettling ill-wish, I slept well, secure in the dual protection of a bolted door and Jamie's arms.Rosenwald himself was comfortable in shirt and waistcoat, without even a wig, only a plum-colored turban to keep his polled scalp warm. I love these side stories too,especially about Lord John, but I have trouble following the mysterious plots.[ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: If my aging brain remembers, isn’t this the Comte St. (NT) -- Kathy in PA, Sun, February 04 2018, QOTD for February 2, 2018 -- Piper-Mom, Fri, February 02 2018, This quote is from A Trail of Fire, Four Outlander Tales by Diana Gabaldon.[ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: I read this last summer and had forgotten it, to my utter horror.I find I enjoy DG's story-lines about the secondary characters as much as I do our original Books.