British Invasion: Fairy Tale Edition (Part I)

Letters to Zell is a part of the sneak preview program, UK Kindle First, for the month of June. Since most of the book takes place in Los Angeles, I thought it might be nice to celebrate Zell’s British readership by introducing the princesses with a few of their favorite things from across the pond. Kindle First is also a brand new feature in Australia, so if you’ve stumbled here from down under, I’ve slipped a few songs, books, and miscellany in here for you, too. xo

Dossier: CeCilia Cinder Charming

AKA: CeCi
AKA: Cinderella
AKA: Chef Charming

library-2e9869cfe87733e7fdd75716032ac945_hLikes:

Scones (baking & eating)
Hard Cider
Nigella Lawson
The Great British Bakeoff (Team Norman)
Captain Jack Harkness

RamseyDislikes:

Redecorating
Dull knives
Gordon Ramsey
Weeping Angels
The Breakup of the Spice Girls

Trivia:
Favorite Top Gear Host: Richard Hammond
Favorite Dr. Who companion: Martha
Favorite Downton Abbey Character: Mrs. Patmore
Favorite Biscuit: Chocolate Hobnobs
Favorite chocolate: Cadbury Twisted
Favorite Down Under Dessert: Pavlova
Favorite Australian Animal: Wombat

watershipTop Five British Books:
Watership Down by Richard Adams
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Caroll
Til We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis
Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding
Stardust by Neil Gaiman

 

indexTop Three British Films:
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
The King’s Speech
Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

 

Playlist:

Girlfriend Anthem: “Lola’s Theme” – Shapeshifters

Feel Good Tune: “The Light” – Reel People

Best to Dance To: “One More Chance” – Basement Jaxx

Love Song: “Drowning In Your Eyes” – Ephraim Lewis

Sad Song:I Can’t Believe It’s Over” – Bent

Pop: “Am I the Same Girl” – Swing Out Sister

Electronic: “Unfinished Sympathy” – Massive Attack

Rock: “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” – Tears for Fears

Singer-Songwriter: “Central Reservation” – Beth Orton

Mail Day Song: Postcards – Napoleon

One thought on “British Invasion: Fairy Tale Edition (Part I)

  1. Your playlist is a fun listen. Being painfully old and out of touch since about 1989, I’ve caught some fresh air. Thanks for sharing.

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