I hate this day, the day when Bout of Books comes to an end and I feel a little bit lost. Because I will miss the daily posts, the structured reading, the challenges, the twitter chats, and of course all the lovely bout of bookers who join in. Sigh, at least the FA Cup continues today. At least I have things to do and Sherlock is on again tonight. What am I going to do without Taboo and Sherlock to look forward to at the weekend? Continue reading “Bout of Books 18: Day 7”
The momentous and overdue verdicts that dominated both the front and back pages of the nations press is surprisingly hard to write about. It’s been everywhere, and finally for a positive reason, but to sum it up in words has proven to be really difficult.
Liverpool Football Club is not like any other football club. The club has seen triumph and tragedy, the very highest moments a club can experience, and the lowest anyone can go through with. Many players pass through the gates of Anfield and leave a mark on the club; on the fans. Some are remembered long after they hang up their boots and their names are still sung on the Kop.
And there is a local lad, a Liverpool legend, Steven Gerrard. Continue reading “Thanks Stevie”