Robert Jordan and Re: RPG names
M Elizabeth Parks
meparks at mtholyoke.edu
Tue Oct 24 00:13:03 EDT 2000
Adrienne Jones. I hate her and I've never read a single book of
hers. It's just that her books, and the ones of the next Jones down the
list (Secrets of a Summer Spy, Germy Blew It Again--or something to that
effect) mean that there's no more DWJ on the shelf. Same with Gwenyth
Jones. Robert Jordan some too--though I'm not so against him. I've got
similar hate lists for each and every one of "my" authors.
On Mon, 23 Oct 2000, Rebecca Ganetzky wrote:
> Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 21:57:04 -0500
> From: Rebecca Ganetzky <rganetzky at madison.k12.wi.us>
> Reply-To: dwj at suberic.net
> To: dwj at suberic.net
> Subject: Robert Jordan and Re: RPG names
> >I tend to make jokes when I play characters.
> Me too, although slightly more obvious... Jennet Enblith Lynn, being one
> for those of you who have tried to figure out Dalemarkian (Daughter of
> Thomas Lynn and the Queen of Fairies)...Her boyfriend was WIlliam Green,
> And her mother's agents included Fay L. Thompson...Okay, not that creative,
> but amusing when playing with people who don't know Fairie. For D&D I tend
> to blander, my current character, Liriodendra, was randomly picked from an
> Audobon book of Latin names for plants... BTW how do people feel about
> Robert Jordan, everyone I know likes him, except those people whom I know
> that like DWJ, who seem to uniformly hate him, because when you see a
> Jordan book, that means there are no more of her books. Is this a
> universal trend?
> Rebecca D. Ganetzky
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