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    independent stage director/designer
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  1. ....would never apologize for making my younger brother have to...
  2. Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue - Richard Leigh/Crystal Gayle
  3. (crawling out from under rock now) Best of luck Grammath! Belated congrats to David, Jen and Barblue! Been way too long...life has seriously gotten in the way...
  4. The Bronte Myth - Lucasta Miller Three Sisters - Anton Chekhov Mrs Warren's Profession - George Bernard Shaw The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Anne Bronte (reread) Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte (reread)
  5. J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K. Rowling, the Brontes, speculative fiction like that of Charles de Lint and S. M. Sterling.
  6. Thanks for the rec...will look for it as I truy enjoyed The Poisonwood Bible and Animal Dreams.
  7. Came upon this quite by accident...loaned to a friend by her sister, and I was attracted by the odd title. I found the characters quite engaging and truly, as an American, had little inkling of the suffering of Channel Islanders during WWII. The at times dark historical narrative saves the book from being overly sugary. I truly enjoyed it.
  8. My mom would never let me open the books first...she knew that if she did, I'd be lost for the rest of the day.
  9. Julius Caesar, Hamlet, and Macbeth: fostered my love of Shakespeare despite the slow readers in my class. Our Town in grade 11. (Is it significant that I can only recall the plays?) Lots of poetry, which I absolutely love. I was blessed with great English teachers.
  10. Velvet Jihad: Muslim Women's Quiet Resistance to Islamic Fundamentalism. I work with international students, so figured this timely. A new category for me.
  11. The Princes in the Tower - Alison Weir
  12. Fun one, nonsuch! They say that a train will carry a chick From Terre Haute to the spas at French Lick. (Would that it were true; our rail system leaves much to be desired)
  13. A Tale of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
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