Funny. Frightening. Sinful. Soulful. Go from humour to heartache at every coffee break with NATALIE WOOD's collection, 'The Importance of Having a Banana and other Bites of Bendy Flash'. Available as an e-book soon!
The Train Stops Here - Vintage Notes from God’s Vineyard in the Heart of Galilee
At the Art Cafe, Tzfat - Poems from Israel and Abroad
I'm passionately in favour of retaining good grammar although the squabble is irrelevant to the wording on a British five pound sterling note. In my view, the pontificating egg-heads quoted by The Daily Telegraph newspaper would be much better served worrying about how grammar and spelling are taught or rather, not taught - in schools and that many teachers are themselves barely more than semi-literate.
I now rage too often at the poor writing forced upon me even when riffling the pages of once estimable newspapers like the D. Tel. which has just paid tribute to Sir Harold Evans, widely regarded as the best editor ever to work in the U.K. He's now well into his eighties and must shudder when he considers how standards have declined during his lifetime. If this makes me a Canute-ish old-fogey then I'm proud!
MORE ACID THAN HONEY WRAPPED UP IN A FIVE POUND NOTE!