Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Validated

After reading Finnikin of the Rock by the brilliant Melina Marchetta twice, I sent the book to a friend and said "You HAVE to Read This!"

Two days later, I got a package and the book back from her, with this:

7 comments:

Jenn Johansson said...

What a great response. I'll have to check that out. :)

Abby Stevens said...

Sounds like my kind of book, but I'd never heard of it before. It's now on my TBR list! Thanks for the recommendation, Suzie.

Kristin Miller said...

Aw, love that. It is so cool to recommend books and then watch that person fall in love with it, too. :)

Sarah N Fisk said...

ok, OK! I'll add it to my TBR list.

Suzette Saxton said...

Can't wait to read this one! It's fun to see actual handwriting online.

laurelwanrow said...

I also finished Finnikin of the Rock last week. Not wanting to give up the library's copy, I bought my own and started reading it again.

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1. I drink so much orange soda, it's probably running through my veins. I've been known to go through a twelve pack of diet sunkist in a day.

2. I'm legitimately nocturnal (or a vampire). I will be so exhausted at two pm that I'm falling asleep standing up - it has happened before, at Six Flags no less - but as soon as the sun goes down I'm wide awake.

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4. Social anxiety plagues me daily. I write a script and practice in front of the mirror when I have to make a phone call, but most people who interact with me have no idea how nervous I am (or perhaps they lie) because I've worked so hard to try to overcome it.

5. I'm actually worried that I will never love my children (when I do have them in the far off future) as much as I love my dogs. I just like animals better than people - they're sweet and innocent and soft and furry - is that so wrong?