Snaggletooth has been eating things left over from Christmas so far this January. He’s not bothering with any new year diet plans. He chomped some rum flavour cake balls which weren’t as rummy as he’d have liked. He enjoyed some fruit and nut chocolate. He deforested a whole canister of Treeselets and he nibbled delicately at some Thorntons’ Continental chocolates.
This weekend (19th and 20th January 2019) I’m offering two of the Cleo Howard diaries free on Kindle. They are usually priced at £1.99 each.
The first in the series is The Very Metal Diary Of Cleo Howard 1997.
Here is its blurb: The year is 1997. Cleo Howard is at a very awkward age, she’s sure she’s an adult, so why won’t everyone realise this? Why won’t her chest realise this? Why is Maths so hard? When will she stop feeling sad that her Dad doesn’t live with her and her Mum? Music and men are her twin fascinations and she thanks Almighty Lemmy for metal and mates. Her diary is home to her deepest thoughts, fondest wishes and often what she had for tea.
You can download it from Amazon at The Very Metal Diary Of Cleo Howard 1997.
The second in the series is The Mega Metal Diary Of Cleo Howard 1998.
Here is its blurb: The year is 1998. The location is Reading, England. Cleo Howard is almost sixteen years old. It’s going to be a big year. By the end of it she’ll have seen Black Sabbath and Slayer, sat her GCSEs, been alone with a man and Opal Fruits will have been renamed Starburst. It’s a time of great change. Cleo is lucky to have her constant companions Ian and Jenni to help her weather the storms of her world.
You can download it from Amazon at The Mega Metal Diary Of Cleo Howard 1998.
I wish you lots of happy reading in 2019 and would be delighted if one of the books you read is written by me!
It’s been Christmas which has made ol’ Snag’s usually decadent diet even more so. He’s been eating a Bovril and Texas BBQ flavour Pringle sandwich, chocolate cake, chocolate trifle and a Victoria biscuit assortment probably named after famous royal biscuit fan Queen Victoria off of the Victorians.
This week Snaggletooth has eaten a puff pastry mince pie, a Christmas cup cake, a Chocolate Orange (the less popular dark variety) and some Jaffa Cakes.
This week Snaggletooth has been getting festive with a reindeer decorated cupcake*, a Santa decorated cupcake, a chocolate bear (that was supposed to hang on my Christmas tree but Snag chomped it) and a cheese burger flavour pizza.
*Decorated with a reindeer, not by a reindeer.
This week Snaggletooth has chomped a Cadbury selection box, some of Heston’s cherry and chocolate flavour mince pies, a biscuit originating from Japan (so cute!) and a Chupa Chups skull lolly in strawberry and lime flavour.
This week Snaggletooth has been getting festive with a chocolate Yule log (highly recommended, especially the end slices with loads of icing), brie and cranberry crisps and Brussels sprout flavour crisps. He’s also been a bit posh with some cheese on toast and pesto.
Snaggletooth has been nibbling fun size chocolates while waiting for trick or treaters. He’s also chomped on Numberetti (rumoured to be Stephen Hawking’s fave pasta shapes). He then began his festive diet with a peanut butter tree and a brandy buttercream mince pie.
This week Snaggletooth has nibbled some yogurt oat crumble biscuits, some Reese’s peanut butter pumpkins, some prawn snacks with a guitar playing cat on the packet and some cuttlefish flavour snacks.
This week Snaggletooth has enjoyed hazelnut Lindor from the Lindt shop in Swindon, a pink doughnut, some sweet potato crisps from a shop in Reading’s Broad Street Mall and some pigs in blankets crisps because Christmas 2018 is approaching.