Thursday, May 20, 2010

And the winner is...

I wrote all your lovely names on some paper, mixed it all up, (I'm SO high tech right?) closed my eyes and drew out....
Domestic Diva!


Congrats! I've e-mailed you about it and I will wait for your reply!


Ok, I'm starting to feel like I'm talking to myself! WHAT are you all reading? I'll tell you if you tell me. ;) Instead of fishing for compliments, I'm fishing for comments. But really, I want to know what everyone's reading. Or planning to read... or...just finished reading...or

...what you read when you were 6?

Ok, I'm done now.
:) ♥Jane

5 comments:

Allison Elizabeth said...

I am reading "The Printer's Devil" and "Homecoming". I can't remember the author's names currently. :)

Allison Elizabeth♥

SisterlyLove said...

I looked up Homecoming. Is it by Cynthia Voigt? I read a bit of that one online and it seemed like a good book. Let me know how you like it after you read it. I'm always looking for good books to read. I hesitate reading new books usually because they are rarely good. I stick with the classics. But, I love finding new ones!

Thanks!
♥Jane

SisterlyLove said...

haha! oh jane! isn't it terrible? why no comments? it's an outrage!
I am reading Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier and i am reading The Maidens Bequest by George MacDonald. Both of which i LOVE! i adore all the characters and simply want to write just like them! there so stylish in there writing! ah.. but wasn't everyone stylish back then?
aimee

Elissa said...

Hmmm.. I thought I followed your blog, and discovered just now that I wasn't... that would explain why you haven't had any comments from me at least :D

I just finished reading one of the most delightful romance/mystery novels "The Reluctant Widow" by Georgette Heyer. Truly delightful! My mom is seriously addicted to her books, and our shelves are overflowing with them, so I'll probably pick up another one of them this evening. I'm also in the middle of a world war one political mystery novel called "Greenmantle" (it's the sequel to The 39 steps, if you've heard of that)

Anyway, sorry my comment was so long, but hey, you asked for it right? ;)

~Elissa

SisterlyLove said...

Aimee...YES everyone was totally stylish and fab back then. :)

Elissa...Yay! I'm glad you are "officially" following now. ha ha! Those books sound very interesting! I've seen 39 Steps but have never read it. *writing it down on the reading list...* :)

Thanks for the comments peoples!!
Jane