Thanks to the inimitable Shehanne Moore (jaw- droppingly gifted writer of The Unraveling of Lady Fury), for landing me with a Summer Sun Award, apparently an accolade for those bloggers who brighten the day in some way, either by their blog content or by what they do for others.
.......And as with all things Ms Moore, I have to prove my worth--by answering some 'sunny' questions and they identifying a further eight worthy bloggers (see list below) to whom to pass the baton. So here goes:
Favourite book about summer: Any holiday brochure covering the luxuary end of the market--admitedly not strictly a book, but if the weather is all I remember about a story, then I sure as hell didn't enjoyed reading it.
Favourite hot summer film: Ice Cold in Alex
Favourite summer holiday destination: South of France, every time!
What books will be in your suitcase this summer? As an impulse buyer, you’re guess is as good as mine, but my summer will be complete should I stumble across a series containing a minimum of eight smoking hot reads. (Recommendations welcome by the way--I've exhausted, J R Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Christine Feehan, Lara Adrian and Stephanie Laurens' Cynster series). BUT Shehanne Moore's His Judas Bride will most certainly head the list if it's available.
What’s your likely destination this summer? In truth…the back garden (subject to a full and thorough eviction of the slow-worms)
Well, Josh Holloway is just plumb tired out, and Ian Somerholder has other distractions, so I'm easy, as long as he possesses the following levels of hotness:
1. Display Summer Sun Award logo and link back to the blog of the person who nominated you.
2. Answer the questions as listed above.
3. Nominate a further lucky eight receipients (one for each sunray on the picture.
Aurelia B Rowl