Three blogging friends have screamed at me in that silent but deadly way that happens in blog comments ‘NNNNOOoooooo!!!!!’ to me posting extracts of Harry Spittle’s new story, fearing spoilers for book one which they still have to read.
And maybe they have a point. Even if I limit myself to standalone pieces some small shards of previous plot might be given away. But Nano deserves something so instead I will share some funnies with you this month to perk up Nanites and keep them writing. And if you aren’t writing then please enjoy whether you know these pieces or not.
I love a link and having posted on ‘ruts’ this week here’s something from the Rutles. Ok tenuous but better than tangental.
The Rutles emerged in the 1970s as a Beatles pastiche – thePrefab Four – as the brain child of Neil Innes (of the Bonzo Dog Doodah Band – more later) and Eric Idle of the Pythons. They started as part of Rutland Weekend Televison a comedy show but grew to be a band in their own right. They even made films – All You Need is Cash and Can’t Buy Me Lunch.
I give you I Must be In Love from the award winning album A Hard Day’s Rut.