pameladlloyd: Alya, an original character by Ian L. Powell (reading fairy)
Via [livejournal.com profile] faerie_writer, I'm repeating a meme, which has become a bit more elaborate with time's passage: Bookwormed!.

As always, no need to feel constrained to join in, but you are welcome to play. :)

1) Open the closest book - not a favorite or most intellectual book - but the book closest at the moment, to page 56
2) Write out the fifth sentence, as well as two to five sentences following
3) tag five innocents [or more]
4) or take it a step further and do the same for your manuscript


1) *opens The Grey Horse by R.A. MacAvoy*

2)
"Enough out of you also, my dear."
Maire turned slowly to her sister, with the force of a mountain moving. "You don't pick as much as collect, Eibhlin. And what you call choosing I call advertising, and people do not advertise unless they've got something to sell."
StandĂșn stopped dead and stared at his oldest daughter in shock.


3) *skips this part*

4) *thinks this over, then picks a back-burnered ms. only ms. long enough to have 56 pages* *resists urge to cheat and pick a more interesting passage*
"You wish what, Sweetheart?"
"I wish we could just be one thing. Just happy."
"Me, too, Darling. Me, too."

Memage

Nov. 14th, 2008 06:32 pm
pameladlloyd: Alya, an original character by Ian L. Powell (Horn of Plenty)
I just learned some very disturbing information, thanks to [livejournal.com profile] crinklequirk.

Result under cut )

But, that wasn't enough for me. No, I had to go forward to discover:

Result under cut )
pameladlloyd: Alya, an original character by Ian L. Powell (Alice and Rabbit)
October birthdays for people on my flist: [livejournal.com profile] phillberrie, [livejournal.com profile] cvillette, and [livejournal.com profile] domynoe. Happy birthday to all of you!

Now for a little fun with names )
pameladlloyd: Alya, an original character by Ian L. Powell (japanese mushroom plate)
Here's a meme about food. I got it from [livejournal.com profile] cvillette, who got it from [livejournal.com profile] cristalia, who got it from Very Good Taste.

The VGT Omnivore's Hundred is under the cut. )

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