Monday, February 27, 2012

What a Fabulous Party!

Two more days to join in the Literary Heroine Blog party!

I can't tell you all how much I've enjoyed having you be a part of this event.  We've been having a perfectly smashing time making the rounds of party goers, getting to know one another and getting to compare different perspectives, dreams, tastes, and...booklists!  
I for one, now have Les Miz, Johnny Tremain, Bleak House, Gone with the Wind, and Nicholas Nickleby down on the summer reading queue.  Did you find any new titles to explore?  Do share!

We've discovered that Chauvelin is a most dastardly villain indeed, Anne, Jo, Miss Eyre, and Elizabeth are perennial favorites in the Heroine department, and we all need to go explore Europe, especially the British Isles, in a body while wearing hats and clicking shutters.

And best of all, I, for one, have been reminded in a wonderful way that Kindred Spirits abound.

Also, don't forget to enter the Literary Heroine Giveaway!
One of eleven beautiful prizes, donated by our fabulous event sponsors, might be yours!


Hurry, hurry!
Accordion to Kellie

Also, I wanted to clarify the use of the LHBP guestbook, for those of you who might not have understood.  This is for adding a link to your answers to the party questions only.  I'd love to hear from you, though, and have you be a part of the celebration whether you have time to join or not - so do please leave a comment or follow along to keep in touch and allow others to visit you!  Thanks so much, and I apologize for any confusion:)

2 comments:

  1. Books now on my To Read list because of this party:

    * North and South (also see the miniseries again)
    * Wives and Daughters (loved the MS, but books are nearly always better!)
    * Jane Eyre (because it's been AGES)

    ...and since practically everyone whose entry I read listed Sir Percy as the Ultimate Hero, methinks I really need to read the Scarlet Pimpernel books and see exactly why! (Our family did see the movie version, but sink me! it felt like a six- or seven-hour miniseries squashed down into less than two hours!)

    TTYL, and God bless,
    ~"Wild Rose"~

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  2. P.S.
    And Little Dorrit!
    And The Chestry Oak

    ...and several dozen others right in my own personal library that have been untouched for far too long....

    ~"WR"~

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