Where is everyone?
mcmullea at kl.com
Thu Oct 21 09:57:53 EDT 1999
And all this time I was thinking the list was down - because the site was
down last week.
So, er, what were we talking about?
Point of interest:
J. Rowling (Harry Potter) was in my town yesterday for interviews and
signings and it was quite an event. Newspaper, radio coverage and
interviews. Probably t.v. as well but I didn't watch any. Lots of social
interest stories about children making wizard costumes for halloween and
about screaming fans at the signings and much adoration.
I think it's pretty cool overall that kids and their grown-ups are
interested in these kinds of stories, but it mystifies me all the same on
any number of different levels - but this is just ongoing mystification and
I guess we've covered this on the list previously! Rowling sounded really
nice & down to earth in her interview, so more writing power to her.
off to the daily round
> From: Anita Graham[SMTP:amgraham at cygnus.uwa.edu.au]
> Sent: Thursday, October 21, 1999 9:27 AM
> To: dwj at suberic.net
> Subject: Re: Where is everyone?
> At 9:53 PM +1100 21/10/99, Sally Odgers wrote:
> >Where is everyone on the DWJ list?
> >It seems horribly quiet out here...
> Well, amongst other things I have been quietly enjoying Howl's Moving
> Castle, Castle in the Air, Dogsbody and The Lives of Christopher Chant -
> all for the first time.
> And reading, and looking after children and working and having school
> holidays. You know...life.
> Actually, I thought I must have been unsubscribed because last time I
> noticed there was lots of traffic...and now nothing.
> (who perhaps could write her impressions of those books. Actually I think
> reading about Howl's MC on this list somewhat spoiled my first read of
> it...but as noone has ever said much about Castle in the Air I enjoyed it
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