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1  General / Bob-Whites on a Spit / Re: A fan fic?
 on: Today at 10:05pm 
Started by ladyarcher | Post by ladyarcher
Smiley thanks again!  Wish I were a writer...lol!
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2  General / Bob-Whites on a Spit / Re: A fan fic?
 on: Today at 5:55pm 
Started by ladyarcher | Post by macjest
Not that I recall. Then again I'm horrible at remembering stories.
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3  General / Bob-Whites on a Spit / A fan fic?
 on: Today at 3:22pm 
Started by ladyarcher | Post by ladyarcher
Does anyone know of a fan fic that tells us about Jim and Honey's first days in the new school?  After Gatehouse that is!
Thanks!
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4  General / The Kitchen / Re: The Book/Song that Changed Your Life
 on: Today at 11:19am 
Started by secondhandrose | Post by macjest
I don't have a specific book either, but I can clearly recall two of my earliest favorite books. In fact, I can even remember sitting in my room and reading these books.  
 
Book number one is The Snowy Day. I absolutely loved that book, especially in the winter. Oh, the simple joy of youth. I read it over and over.  
 
Book number two is Where The Wild Things Are. Max's adventures and the accompanying artwork were mind blowing. The time period when I encountered this book wasn't saturated by electronic clutter. We had one tv and it was still black and white. I loved watching Mr. Rogers, but his land of make believe wasn't as wild as Max's.  
 
I firmly believe these two books inspired my love of reading.
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5  General / Trixie Belden Social Board / Re: Meg Duncan books
 on: Yesterday at 7:21pm 
Started by ladyarcher | Post by ladyarcher
Thanks Dina!
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6  General / Trixie Belden Social Board / Re: Meg Duncan books
 on: Yesterday at 12:43pm 
Started by ladyarcher | Post by Dina
Ladyarcher, I saw you were looking for an old post about a non Trixie book. Not sure if this is it or not, but this is what I found when I searched old posts by you. To see more posts you have made, click on your username and it takes you to the page about your posts. Hope that helps. Smiley
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7  General / The Kitchen / Re: The Book/Song that Changed Your Life
 on: Yesterday at 7:16am 
Started by secondhandrose | Post by Sarah_1250
When I was younger I was going through a tough time. A song called "Welcome to My Life" by Simple Plan helped me more than anything. It sounds silly but it completely covered everything I was feeling at the time, I couldn't explain things any better.
 
The book "Written in Bones" changed my life in the way that it gave me a new area of interest, and things to explore. It is a non-fiction book about various bodies/remains that have been found throughout history and their historical implications. It's very interesting.
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8  General / The Kitchen / Re: The Book/Song that Changed Your Life
 on: Yesterday at 5:13am 
Started by secondhandrose | Post by secondhandrose
The book that really changed my life has been Dangerous Angels; the Weetzie Bat books by Francesca Lia Block. I read the 4 books in the series about 15 years ago and they really improved my mental and social health. I had been through a really tough time. I was harassed unmercilessly by an ex acquaintance and was unable to work. This book and starting to see a psychiatrist helped me regain my sanity, strength and confidence.  
I re-read these 4 books every few years.
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9  General / The Kitchen / The Book/Song that Changed Your Life
 on: Yesterday at 5:12am 
Started by secondhandrose | Post by secondhandrose
Last night I went to my local cinema for the French Film Festival. One of my favourite things to do there is to rifle the free postcard stand. The postcards can be artworks, advertising or promotions. Some can be written on and posted and some just have information on them about cultural events etc..  
I picked up some cards that featured The Book/Song that Changed My Life campaign. It's a campaign to respect creators and copyright, to pay for creative works etc.. Its an Australian campaign but anyone can make the pledge here http://changedmylife.com.au/ I made the pledge and tagged my favourite author on Instagram.
 
I thought this might be a great topic here - so what book or song changed your life?
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10  General / Bob-Whites on a Spit / Re: A Brian ?
 on: Mar 21st, 2017, 11:51pm 
Started by ladyarcher | Post by ladyarcher
Thanks Macjest!  You always come through for me!
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