"A Scottish Wind in the Willows on high end skunk."
"I enjoy Kate's stories..." "A fun and spooky read..."
"The characters are so involving and loveable that you do want them to really exist. It does read like you've stumbled across someone's long lost diary from and alternate timeline/universe. I quickly got into the story and loved every second of reading it... total gem of a read by an author who deserves a lot more recognition."
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First off - "Shallmillens" n. meaning fragments. "I seem to have sat on a packet of Hobnobs and now I'm afraid they're in shallmillens. Gutted. Serve me right for keeping them in my back pocket."
(Blimey I'm a bit tense today - post just dropped through the letterbox and I about jumped out of my skin.)
Secondly - "Strang-pig" - n. a vessel for preserving urine as a lye. "I'm off down to Ikea to get another Strang-pig - thon one's no' hauf sprung a leak."
Thirdly - everyone knows this one but I'm putting it in as it's one of my favourites - "Stravaig" v. to saunter, stroll; to go about aimlessly and idly. "I've spent my whole life stravaiging about and whit's wrang wi' that? You got a problem wi' me?" *nut*