I have been nominated for the BookerAward by Chelsea at http://thejennymacbookblog.wordpress.com
I have to confess that I don’t know anything about it or its legitimacy, but I’m thrilled that she nominated me.
Without further ado and in the spirit of sharing nice things with my WordPress blogging community, here are the rules:
1. Nominate 5-10 bloggers and let them know
2. Post the BookerAward pic – ( hope it’s the right one)
3. Share your top 5 books of all time.
My nominees are:
My top 5 books has been a diffcult decision, but here they are:
Katherine – Anya Seton
Mrs Dalloway – Virginia Wolf
To Serve Them All My Days – R F Delderfield
Labyrinth – Kate Mosse
Not That Sort of Girl – Mary Wesley
Have a great weekend 🙂
As there seem to be lots of people “stay-cationing” this year ( that’s holidaying at home to you and me), I thought I’d tell you about a great festival taking place on the Bank Holiday weekend in Bangor, North Wales -“”Gwyl Y Faenol Festival 2010”.
Westlife will start things off on Friday 27 August with a concert at 8pm, followed on Saturday by an Opera Gala night with Bryn Terfel and Rolando Villazon. Bryn Terfel actually started the festival and it will be great to see him back this year.
Tan y Ddraig switches to Sunday night when there will be a great combination of top Welsh bands playing together with acts like Masters in France, Pete Lawrie and the BRIT award nominated band The Feeling. Shed Seven, Athete and The Roads are also on the bill.
On Bank Holiday Monday,New Zealander Hayley Westenra and Rhydian appear in a lunchtime session then later, there is the Battle of Britain 70th Anniversary Concert at 1.00pm, in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund
Closing the Festival will be Al Murray, the “Pub Landlord” with his own special brew of jokes and stories. He will be joined by Ed Byrne and Lloyd Langford with other names to be added to the bill soon.
A first for this year, will be Boulevard Bwrd Bryn; a wonderful food market showcasing local produce, together with a brilliant display of art and craft, all the work of local talented artists, Waitrose are sponsoring a demonstration kitchen, so there will be something for everyone.
Tickets are on sale now and you can see more by visiting the Festival website