Celebrating Indie Publishing: @eandtbooks #Fridayreads

Learn about author Tim Lihoreau via the Quiet Knitter blog

The Quiet Knitter

Welcome along to another Friday, and another post to celebrate Indie Publishing, and this time it’s Elliott & Thompson in the spotlight!   Today I am delighted to share a book that indulges two great loves of mine – the love of words and humour.  “The Classic FM Musical Treasury” is a wonderfully humorous collection of words, somewhat eccentric in places that both entertains and informs the audience.



There are all sorts of people, events and sounds that exist in the musical world for which there are no words. We have been sadly  bereft of a satisfactory way to describe the contortion of a singer’s mouth when reaching for the high notes; the audience member who leaves a concert halfway through the grand finale; or that person who places one finger in their ear and raises their eyes heavenwards when they sing.

Tim Lihoreau neatly solves this problem in…

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