It's been some time since I posted here. I would rather write rarely about something than waffle on about nothing. So here goes.
I don't get near enough time to read as I would like but last week - while killing time between appointments - I picked up a copy of Good Omens written by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. It's a story about two angels - one's a bit tarnished and tends to hang out with the wrong sort. They are organizing an Armageddon. But as with anything that is penned by Sir Terry the book is on the zany side with a premise for things to go wrong. And Mr Gaiman ... he can be a little macabre/oddball in his works too ... yet I love them all the same.
Anyway, so far so good ... I'm only about 1/8 of the way through, and it has appealled greatly to my British sense of humour and the wonderfully weird writings of Sir Terry. I recommend it even now, so if you think you need a laugh give this book a go.
Cheers, everyone, and have a great day.