new DWJ website/AudioBooks
rowena.macrae-gibson at brunel.ac.uk
Fri Sep 15 07:32:37 EDT 2000
As Jennifer has already said, this is a site to bookmark! What a lot of
wonderful things to read!
I'm interested to see that the Chrestomanci Books (Grr, I hate calling them
that, as I think it's a spoiler for Witch Week and Magicians, plus
Chrestomanci isn't necessarily the main focus of the books, but I digress..)
will be released as audio versions. I'm particularly looking forward to the
Tom Baker one (Charmed Life), as it will combine two of my favourite
things, DWJ and DrWho, and Baker's voice is so wonderfully rich.
They seems to be only in tape format though, not as cds. Now that I've
moved to London I no longer have long train journeys to listen to
audiobooks, so I will have to find time to listen!
On Thu, 14 Sep 2000 23:44:37 +0100 Meredith MacArdle
<meredith at leemac.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> I'm pleased to say there's now another DWJ website at
> (its got her official permission). There's also a mirror of it at Helen's
> well-known Gateway to Elsewhere
> http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Set/2464/dwj.html )
> There's several articles by Diana, quite a few pictures of her, and a
> facility to send her questions.
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