Life and writing, serious and humorous, old and young, past and present: it's all part of the fabric.
Beautiful. Wish I knew how to type that with a little bit of an Italian accent.
brattcat: Yes, I, too, wish I knew how to type with an Italian accent.
as i commented on my blog, i thought the whole book was awesome!
Oh, I am about to read that! I can't wait!As my best friend, Cornet, said above, you commented on her blog and I just about fainted! Huge fan here. =) I love your writing and as an aspiring writer myself I appreciate your work even more.Peace,Olive Treeohorsefeathers.blogspot.comPS- I would be flattered if you would accept this offer: I would love to give your blog a makeover! You can see my work at olivetreegraphicdesign.blogspot.com.
Cornet: Thank you!Olive Tree: Thank you, and I'll check out your work. . .
Hello. New here :) But I have read one of your books before (I'm ashamed to admit that I've forgotten which one after reading so many other books!) and it was amazing. And later I might even remember what it was!!! I have very bad memory and I've not even done my GCSE's yet. Uh-oh!
i havent read this book yet, but i hope to in the future. i love your writing style and i have read about 6 or 7 of your books, and hope to keep reading them til ive read them all. Your intimate writing style has urged me to want to become a writer, mostly an author. it seems like a fun, rewarding job, to have people (such as i am right now) telling you how much they love what you are writing and that you've inspired them. That seems like the best reward of them all. Thanks- Keep writing (especially stuff for 13 year old girls)! Thank you!
mhaste and Camille: Thanks. I hope you will like this new book, too.
i feel so honored and im screaming for joy inside my head just to see that my favorite author is (virtually) talking to me. thank you SO much for your time. keep on writing!
I LOVE THIS BOOK! I have read every book, except two of the picture books! <3
Camille and Molly: Thank youuuuu!
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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