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100 non-sff books by women
Bold = read, italics = read another book by the same author, strikeout = didn't finish, underline = plan to read

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TV Meme

Nov. 2nd, 2013 05:32 pm
nocowardsoul: Legend of the Seeker: confirming your bisexuality since 2008 ([lots] fanservice)
- Bold all of the following TV shows of which you've seen 3 or more episodes.
- Italicize a show if you're positive you've seen every episode.
- Asterisk * if you have at least one full season on tape or DVD
- If you want, add up to 3 additional shows (keep the list in alphabetical order).

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nocowardsoul: young lady in white and gentleman speaking in a hall ([tdl] lemons)
I believe the actual holiday was yesterday, but whatever.

The book I am reading: Well, this morning I walked to the public library and read The Mischief of the Mistletoe in four and a half hours. I've been slowly making my way through The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and to procrastinate last night I read the first two chapters of A Game of Thrones. I almost made an entry about how Catelyn Stark was from REDWOODS, OMG and why did nobody tell that and I hope I don't dislike her.

The book I am writing: None

The book I love most: asfalgfj. Okay, Beyond the Western Sea, Little Women, and At Swim, Two Boys. Three is close to one, right?

The last book I received as a gift: The Complete Sherlock Holmes

The last book I gave as a gift: I have no idea. It was probably giving old easy chapter books to some family friend.

The last book I bought myself: The Lies of Locke Lamora and The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing: The Kingdom on the Waves. Which wasn't breaking my "no buying books you've already read" rule, because the rule has a clause about fanfic plans.

The nearest book on my desk: All this semester's textbooks are in one pile on my desk. All the non-textbooks and a few of last semester's are on the shelf under the desk.
nocowardsoul: young lady in white and gentleman speaking in a hall ([70s] birthday present)
Ask me my Top Five Whatevers. Fannish or literary or otherwise. Any top fives. Doesn't matter what, really! Fandoms, books I might get around to writing one day, women in my fandoms, ideal holiday destinations, goals for the future, celebrity crushes, books I wish would be made into movies, love songs. And I will answer them all in a new post (or in comments).

*shrugs*

Jul. 13th, 2010 07:32 pm
nocowardsoul: ([btws] kids)
My Ilse/Perry fic is written like Vladimir Nabokov, and another fic came out as Dan Brown. The first chapter of Little Women apparently sounds like Mark Twain, but the first chapter of Alcott's "thriller" Behind a Mask sounds like Jame Joyce. The first chapter of Beyond the Western Sea sounds like the man who wrote Fight Club.

Edit: Jo's Boys also sounds like Twain, while Pauline's Passion and Punishment sounds like Poe. This thing is baloney.

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