It’s almost Christmas day here in Scotland – no snow, just a lot of wind unfortunately. But Santa’s on his way and I hope you’re all getting into the festive spirit. Here’s a little extract from Wolf’s Head to help out. Have fun tomorrow, and don’t forget to LIKE the Facebook page and enter the giveaway to win a signed paperback! https://www.facebook.com/RobinHoodNovel?ref=hl
Happy holidays everyone 🙂
“On Christmas day, the outlaws who had family or friends in nearby villages went to visit them. It had snowed sporadically for the past few days, and the roads were treacherous for unwary travellers. The law would not be out hunting for wolf’s heads in such harsh weather, so the men made the most of it.
Little John went off smiling and whistling to Holderness to see his wife and son. Gareth went to see his poorly ma in Wrangbrook, and Arthur visited his parents in Bichill. Some of the outlaws, like Friar Tuck and Allan-a-Dale, were happy to stay at the camp, feasting, carolling, and playing drunken games like blind man’s buff with each other. They had even gathered some ivy and holly, with many bright red berries, and decorated the cave with them.”
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