Back in November you mentioned you were working on a novel. What is it about and how is it going? Did you finish it? What genre is it? Are you going to submit it for publication?
Ah, I thought I sensed a kindred spirit! One of the podcasts I listen to is Time2Knit, where she's reading "Anne of the Island." Knitting and listening to great books -- how can you go wrong?
*blissful sigh* I still love this series. I still want to be Anne! LOL
You're a quarter of the way through and looking strong. Hang in there! :-)
I SO WANT THIS BOOK. Thank you for reminding me to go put it on my wishlist and mark it highest priority. Christmas is coming faster than we think.
I have a suggestion for filling your wee small hours. Do you have a good computer mike and plenty of hard drive space? You could do some recording for Librivox.org. Try it. It's addictive. The only LMM book they're doing right now is all claimed up but I could give you a couple of my AotI chapters if you were at a loss for something to start with. I'm thinking of embarking on my first solo project (Silas Marner, which I can't find anywhere in their "in progress" or "completed" sections) when I'm done with the Anne bits. If this makes no sense to you at all, it will once you've perused their site for a bit. Don't hate me for sending you there, though.
i love that my middle name *IS* anne :) WITH the E. ;)
i would say it's a tie between Anne of Green Gables and The Secret Garden for me. oh and the book "go dog go" i don't think i can choose..
Reading (quick) through your other posts... yes to harry potter, and i never owned any babysitter club, or american girl books on my own but think that they were good, almong with railroad children (i think, i've never read it but i've heard such good things of it in getting kids to read) and hardy boys/nancy drew (never read those either) and mrs pigglewiggle... hmm... i love reading memories...