"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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- RT @janeyolen: Sometimes one has to write the wrong ending to a book 3 times till, by the process of elimination, the right one gets written 3 hours ago
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- Eek! It's in my area too! I've been haunting Fandango for weeks! MT @nymeth: Just got an alert: I can book tickets for Before Midnight :D 1 day ago
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Tag Archives: Tamora Pierce
Something a little different today–books I really want to read but alas, am still waiting on their publishing dates! Before I got into book blogging, I was almost never waiting for books, because I usually didn’t know anything was coming … Continue reading
I’m joining in with the Book Blogger Hop again today, when bloggers discuss bookish topics! This week’s question is: What are the top 5 books you would grab in an emergency? I’m not entirely sure what this question means…I mean, the … Continue reading
I like everything I own to have a story. That doesn’t extend to, say, my shampoo or silverware, but it does include my knick-knacks. I saw these adorable fairies for sale in Covent Gardens. Having just spent a week wandering … Continue reading
Today I have a post up on my company’s blog, PhilanthroPost, about how inspiring I found Tamora Pierce’s books when I was growing up. I’d very much appreciate it if you’d drop past the blog to read it, and maybe … Continue reading