Where Personal and Professional Life Collide...

My life in 8 words: Organized chaos, by preference. Exhausting, but never boring


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So hard to decide!

But:

Judith Tarr, The Lord of the Two Lands, please.

I used to have all of her books in print and really loved the ones about Alexander and/or Egypt the most. Lord of the Two lands was one of my favorite books and I unfortunately lost it when I moved.

Hi Laura!


Because I've been foolish and not bought it yet, if I were to win, I'd want a copy of your Practical Meerkat’s 52 Bits of Useful Info
for Young (and Old) Writers :)

Even if I read most of the entries as you shared them...it would be nice to have them collected in one spot.

I'd love to win a copy of the Beyond Grimm collection. I've been looking for more short stories for bed time reading, and I love fairy tales, the more unusual the better!

Bvc new and improved?

(Anonymous)
ROCKET BOY AND THE GEEK GIRLS would be terrif, because i want to say it a lot and it has a lovely list of people whose work I know or want to know.

Re: Bvc new and improved?

unfortunately, since you didn't identify yourself, I have no way of identifying you if you win. This is...not helpful. :-(

I would like The Marquess by Patricia Rice because I like mysteries.

bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

from not anonymous!

(Anonymous)
I would like to read ROCKET BOY AND THE GEEK GIRLS would be terrif, because I want to say it a lot (I'm reading "Rocket Boy and the Geek Girls") and it has a lovely list of people whose work I know or want to know.
Best
Andi Shechter

you need to tell us why you want that book, too!

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