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silverseason
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    1. travelerjan
      travelerjan
      Hi Nancy! Marilyn gave me your link I just want to thank-you for titles I've added to my booklist (I'm SO lucky! just a handy 20-minute walk from the Main Library of Philadelphia To post this, such a rigamarole! You'd think this was the CIA. :).

      To have a book club here, I had to START one. It's like the man who asked Boston ladies where they bought their hats. "BUY ?!?!?" said one. "Why would we do that? We HAVE our hats!!" At a certain age, people don't MAKE friends, they HAVE friends, and they also HAVE book clubs. I posted a notice at Quaker Meeting, and got 6 recruits; 3 crotchety men, who then didn't show, one whiney depressed woman ditto, and 2 (hurrah!) delightful women in their 20s who came full of excitement to the branch library. Plus a talkative ex-reporter guy. We had a BLAST! Next, we submit 3 titles each .. and who knows? maybe more recruits. Onward!
      -- in the meantime I'm off to GReece (again) May 17 for a month. Joy!! janet kroll
    2. Moray
      Moray
      Hello silverseason
      Thanks so much for your help! A friend of mine had heard about a new book coming out this year about the only Australian to die on the Titanic and I didnt even know there was an Australian on there! I have always been fascinated with the Titanic and would love to have a read but dont have any further information on it .
      Kindest Regards
      Moray
    3. nporter
      nporter
      Thanks so much for commenting on my blog. I wasn't sure anyone was reading it since they don't give "hit" statistics anymore. My two blogs on Blogger keep me very busy.

      Anyway, I just posted another review of a book that I highly recommend, "The Treatment & The Cure" by Peter Kocan
    4. Peder
      Peder
      Hi Silver,
      Thanks for peeking in at my blog this morning. Nothing new since the formatting disappeared, I'm afraid. :( Biding my time, but thanks very much for the interest.
    5. meredithgreene
      meredithgreene
      Thank you for commenting on my blog about our writing couch. Your example sounds comfortable and inspiring as well. Cheers!
    6. Inga
      Inga
      Hello ;

      I am new at this, not sure how to start a thread and also when I made a comment on one of the discussions, I had to have made 15 others before it was allowed although I am a member, HELP
    7. elena1m
      elena1m
      I wrote a little about Soul on my blog. Just for you!
    8. SFG75
      SFG75
      I've only been to the Republic of Ireland and Canada. Some day, I'd like to see Mexico and Haiti. Concerning the latter, I'm really into readinga bout the Haitian revolution and Toussiant L'Ouverture.
    9. silverseason
      silverseason
      Yes, I have been to Europe several times, beginning in 1978 with a driving trip in England and Scotland. I couldn't do that one now, as driving on the left becomes increasingly difficult.

      We have also been in Portugal, Italy, Spain, France, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Greece.

      What do you have in mind to do? I recommend against one of those trips where you visit 6 nations in 8 days. Pick one (or at the most 2) countries per trip.
    10. harrypotterrox
      harrypotterrox
      Have you traveled to Europe? I realllly want to!!!
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    Home Page:
    http://silverseason.wordpress.com/
    Location:
    Norwalk, CT
    Occupation:
    Retired - but volunteer teacher
    Gender:
    Female
    Currently Reading:
    Usually one fiction/novel and one nonfiction.
    Reading Next:
    Sons and Lovers by D. H. Lawrence
    Top Three Books:
    Middlemarch by George Eliot
    The Fountain Overflows by Rebecca West
    Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
    Top Three Authors:
    George Eliot
    Anthony Trollope
    about 10 ties for 3rd place
    Retired from teaching and a number of other occupations. Currently very active in lifelong learning group, both teaching and learning. Like to read, travel and experience the world.

    Reading, travel, computers

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