Monday, 11 June 2018


Rather than zooming ahead this week with my reading I've been accosted by hayfever, or some sort of cold, and so have been snuffling my way through. But I was still thinking - and this is what I was thinking about:

If you could go back in time, with antibiotics or whatever else you needed to save their lives, which author's life would you prolong, in the hope that they would write more works?

For me it would be going back and saving Anne Bronte.

Comment below and let me know.


  1. CS Lewis, and Sue Townend. Especially as she died mid-writing the last Adrian Mole book!

    1. Ah yes - maybe I should have chosen Dickens for the same reason - or Alexandre Dumas... there's just so many!

      CS Lewis is a very good choice though