Vaster than empires; and more slow. Andrew Marvell
12th-May-2009 12:29 am
Fifteen books you've read that will always stick with you. First fifteen you can recall in no more than fifteen minutes.
1. Ursula K Le Guin - The Left Hand of Darkness 2. JRR Tolkien - The Lord of the Rings 3. Nancy Farmer - A Girl Named Disaster 4. Richard Bach - Jonathan Livingston Seagull 5. Ursula K Le Guin - The Wind's Twelve Quarters 6. Madeleine L'Engel - A Wrinkle in Time 7. Neil Gaiman - American Gods 8. Will Shake - Julius Caesar 9. Daniel Keyes - Flowers for Algernon 10. JRR Tolkien - The Hobbit 11. Roald Dahl - Going Solo 12. Terry Pratchett - Thief of Time 13. Terry Pratchett - Small Gods 14. Madeline L'Engel - Many Waters 15. Ursula K Le Guin - A Wave in the Mind
Drabbletimes for these fifteen! Leave any character(s) and a prompt; they can cross on over if they like! \o\
AND TO ANY OF MY FRIENDS WHO ARE UNDER THE WEATHER, OR WHO ARE HELPING ME THROUGH MY TIME OF WEIRD HORMONES, OR WHO WILL EVER BE UNDER THE WEATHER: ♥ You are all and each of you beautiful people, articulate in your own ways, and a gift to this small green planet of ours. ♥