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Sunday, 11 November 2007

On My Other Blog...

The hayfever has made me so non compus today that I was going to give blogging a miss - until I found a Shakespeare meme on Karen Miller's blog. Unfortunately Blogspot is being silly again and wouldn't let me post it here, so I've put my effort up on My LJ instead. It's a hoot.

I hope to have a clear head to blog properly next weekend - maybe even before if I feel inspired and gain some clarity!

9 comments:

Bastet said...

Okay, I got here and am visiting.

I have hayfever, too.

Lynn

Jo said...

Me too, I am visiting as well. Sent by Annalouise. I am interested in your sci fi reading, particularly the Temeraire series. I am trying to get my library to order the most recent book, Empire of Ivory. Have you read the series Saga of the Seven Suns, great books. Several of us would like to know how you get working links in your text. We can't seem to do it.

Satima Flavell said...

Hi Jo and Lyn!

My hay fever seems to have passed now, thank heavens - I hope yours has too, Lyn!

Jo, I can't show you how to make links here because blogger just show the links and not the code, so you'd be none the wiser. See if you can get my e-mail address from the On-A-Roll list's web site and drop me a line to I can explain it in a text e-mail.

Satima Flavell said...

PS Jo: i'm glad you like SF! I love reading--and writing--speculative fiction, but more fantasy than sci fi these days. although I haven't yet read any of the books you mention in your post. So many good writers, so little time! Actually, I blogged my favourite authors and some of their books a month or so back: if you scroll to the bottom of my blog page and look in the l.h. margin where it says "Blog Archive" and click "September" you will find it blogged on Sunday, September 9.

Jo said...

Not sure what you mean by On-A-Roll so I asked Annalou, I assume she has you email already. Glad your hayfever is better, hope Lynn's is too.

Jo said...

Oh boy do we have stuff in common - I just read your blogged list of authors several of who whom are favourites of mine. I still have a bunch of John Wyndham's and I have two by Elizabeth Goudge, The Little White Horse being one of them. I also love all of Mary Stewart's work. You mentioned The Crystal Cave, have you read the Camulod books by Jack Whyte, a wonderful series about the concept of Camulot.

Satima Flavell said...

Hi again Jo! Oh, I'm so glad you like some of those old writers, too! A lot of younger people have barely heard of them, if at all. No, I haven't read Jack Whyte - I'll watch out for him in the 2nd hand shops.

Sorry, I thought you were on Annalou's writing mailing list, which is called On A Roll:-) I'm sure she will put us intouch by e-mail.

Jo said...

Annalou sent me your email so I have written. Re Jack Whyte, the first book is called The Skystone. I got them all from the library, I think there are 7 or 8 in the series. I also love the George R.R. Martin books, but am wondering when on earth he will produce another, I have been waiting so long I have almost forgotten the story.

Satima Flavell said...

Yeah, I love GRRM too and am getting impatient with him. (I've heard his editor is, too!)It will be worth waiting for, though. His books are great.

We haven't got a bad selection of SpecFic at our local library so I'll see if they have any of Jack Whyte's.

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