The sky is gray and it is raining. The perfect prerequisite for day filled with reading.
Suddenly the bell rings. The postman delivers a huge envelope from Australia.
I know the content before I open the envelope. It is a mug.
Yes, indeed I received a mug from Australia. And no, I did not order it.
I took part in a competition by writing a review of
A Plague of Sinners (May 2010, 448 p.) [ISBN-13: 978-1905636914], by Paul Lawrence which you can read instantly when you click HERE.
A Plague of Sinners is the second novel in The Chronicles of Harry Lytle series.
You can read instantly my review of the first book, The Sweet Smell of Decay (June 2009, 448 p.) [ISBN-13: 978-1905636426], when you click HERE.
And the good thing is, that the competition is still running. Just read 3 CABAL Mugs Left! for details.
Finally let me present you the mug I received on Monday:
The motif is a part of an old London map. And the yellow marked building is Bedlam.
That is all for today. Now I will make a cup of tea and continue reading
The Dream of Perpetual Motion (2010, 432 p.) [ISBN-13: 978-0312558154] by Dexter Palmer and
The Edge of the World (pb, 2010) [ISBN-13: 978-0316004190] by Kevin J Anderson.