Monthly Archives: August 2007

Discussion: Happy Ever After/Happy for Now

.. I’ve posted a rambling over on Speak Its Name regarding this subject Come and tell me what you think.

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*giggles* Oh the DRAMA

You’re Prince Orlofsky! Oh, the endless millions, oh, the oceans of vodka, oh, the terrible crushing ennui. Yeah, we feel real sorry for you. On the one hand, you’re a magnanimous libertine who just likes making people happy. On the … Continue reading

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You know when you are addicted to “Heroes” when… You shout “Yatta!” when something goes right, even going to far as to raise both hands in the air and push one’s glasses up one’s nose afterwards. Am in the office. … Continue reading

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Speak Its Name Update

Seems it wasn’t such a mad idea and that people are actually reading and enjoying the Gay Historical Fiction Blog.  I’ve gathered in some great and generous reviewers so expect reviews by , , , Karen Field  and , and … Continue reading

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Smallest Library in the World

Acle Library. I wish I could find a picture of it, but think of a drive-through McDonalds, and then make it a lot smaller. There are …*thinks* six shelves of general fiction (less than head height high and about 10 … Continue reading

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I seen a horse fly! I seen a house fly!

Had a conversation with  today and I asked her: “If Voldemort can fly and Snape can fly, why on earth can’t Dumbledore? Or the Order?   And she said that it was because they weren’t evil. This led to silliness.  When … Continue reading

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RW Day sent me an email this morning with the news that JKR has been seen in Edinburgh Cafes writing a crime novel. This seems rather much to smack of a publicity stunt (if true, but I have no reason … Continue reading

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Blerk

I’d been used to eating NICE ice-cream recently – Loseley and Ben and Jerry and that sort of thing. So I’m in my local shop and I find a local manufacturer “Made in Norfolk since 1898″ and better still – … Continue reading

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New Blog on Gay Historical Fiction

Someone on the Historical Research Society asked me today if I had a blog about Gay Historical Fiction because they’d like to read it and I suddenly realised that I couldn’t point them here, because – well, there’s a lot … Continue reading

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ANSWERS! “Ten Quotes I Expect My Best Beloved To Get Without Explaining.”

“You got to go there?”  My mother would have got this – it was a spectacularly bizarre television advert with two rather camp and apparently Jewish tree sloths who were discussing where to go to get your spectacles. “He’s not … Continue reading

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