Fire Horses Competition


Competition Time!

This week we are featuring Fire Horses by Mark Piggott and his publisher Legend Press have given us a signed edition of Mark's book for a competition here at The View From Here.

To win think of a song title that includes one or more of the words

Fire
Horse or Horses

and leave your song title as a comment with your name.



So for example Bring on the Dancing Horses by Echo & The Bunnymen

Best one that I think matches the subject matter of the book wins!

(See our review here if you want to see what the book is about.)

Good Luck! Competition closes Friday 27th June.

3 comments:

Mr. Grudge said...

Hi Mike,
Allow me to offer this song title, a song which is certain to become a bonafide country music hit:

"You can lead a horse to a fire, but you can't make it barbeque." by Johnny Charcoal and the Greasy Aprons

Be advised, in America, the word "barbeque" is also used as a verb, as in "Tonight the horses are going to barbeque some steaks."

ha ha

Thanks for the opportunity, my friend.

-Mike (M2)

aussiecynic said...

hey there Mike...
hows this one.....
Moonlight drive/Horse Lattitude by the Doors soundtrack Dance on Fire
thought fits given both the bans and the author have a poetic nature..
who performs poetry better than jim Morrison

Jane Turley said...

Hmm.. this was quite tricky as I could actually think of a number of songs with horse/fire in the title but trying to match one with the theme of the book was harder. Eventually, I narrowed it down to Firestarter (The prodigy -oh, I'm so young and trendy!), Crazy Horses (The Osmonds - no I didn't fancy Donny! Well perhaps I'm not quite so young after all...)

But finally I've settled Indoor Fireworks by Elvis Costello as my entry. I'm thinking maybe there's a lot going on inside the protagonist's head...