Useful phrases for a time traveller …



I Read It In A Book:

“a long chain of expletives, of which Futue te ipsum (go fuck yourself) was the least offensive.”

Stercus accidit (shit happens), Caius whispered.”

– Janice Frost, “Dark Secret”



I Read It In A Book:

“The very first kiss she gave him was electric …
and he was toast”

– Mike Faricy, “Russian Roulette”



I Read It In A Book:

“… she had developed what would seem to be a voracious appetite for the aggregation of new experiences.”

– Roy Lewis, “A Dartmoor Murder”


So much nicer than “she’s the town bike.



I Read It In A Book:

“Funny, when you’re young you want every day to be better than the last. After you’ve travelled a few miles, you just wish each day could be as good.”

– Tony Dunbar, “Trick Question”