On the subject of Wicked Women
hallieod at indigo.ie
Wed May 23 11:32:27 EDT 2001
>. Ok, there's a lot more writing on the
>> walls, but I'll stop with that now.]
>No, don't! This sounds so cool - I really want to know more!
It was surprisingly good fun! The girls started (of course, they had
asked permission first), and then when I saw how much fun they were
having, I joined in too. But we hadn't thought anything out ahead of
time - someone would just decide we needed a quote from some book and
then we'd put whatever we thought of. (And it's still a work in
progress - quite a few essential books are out on loans.) This room
needs a total overhaul anyway, but I think we may write things from
books on the wall even after it's finished.
I could post the things we wrote here for the fun of the guessing
game. :) Actually, most of it would probably be pretty easy for
most list members, as a lot of the books are either bookloves which
turned out to be shared by many here, or actual recommendations from
list members! But there might be a few that'd be slightly obscure...
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