[DWJ] Flower fund
hallieod at gmail.com
Thu May 20 07:12:49 EDT 2010
That picture is fantastic. Good choice.
The only problem with arranging for Amazon (or some other bookshop) packages
to come through her door is that we need a sense of what she's already
read. How disappointing to have a lovely box of books arrive only to find
you'd read them all? She gets a lot of galleys, ARCs and the like already,
not to mention books written by friends. Megan Whalen Turner's latest being
one I thought of and then smacked my head over. It's dedicated to DWJ and
Sharyn is the editor, so not such a bright choice.
Minnow, you up to some stealth work?
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 11:52 AM, Charlie Butler <charles.hannibal at gmail.com
> This list is amazing! There is now more than £250 in the flowers fund,
> enough for many successive bouquets and then some. I took the liberty of
> buying a picture for Diana with some of the remainder - a startling
> photograph of a nuthatch with a hazelnut in its beak, which I'm having
> mounted (you can see it here, but it doesn't do justice to the poster-sized
> image I saw in the artist's studio this morning:
> http://markegertonimages.com/nuthatch/). For some reason this seemed to me
> very DWJ image.
> As for what else we might do, I know that Diana is always on the look-out
> for fresh reading, especially when she's not up to writing herself, so
> we could arrange for Amazonian parcels to come through her door at
> intervals? For that, though, I need suggestions. So, amaze yourself like
> Fanny Price at the prospect of being "a chuser of books! And... having any
> one's improvement in view in [your] choice!" In happier times, "What books
> would you like to recommend to DWJ?" might have been a good thread for this
> list. Now, let's do it for real.
> I was going to visit her this morning, by the way, but when I spoke on the
> phone yesterday she told me that she had come down with a very bad cold, on
> top of everything else, so it is going to have to wait till next week.
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