Sounds like a game of Consequences. And she said?
Oh come now! You can't tease us like that. Details, please......
It is a sentence that rests in all of us, patiently waiting for an opportunity to burst forth. Sadly, for many of us and our sentences, this opportunity never arrives.
Hilarious. :) I sadly just found out that the night Sarah Waters is here in Seattle, I have to attend a parents' night at Z's school. I guess I will just have to wait for her to write her next book (which hopefully won't take years and years again!).
That's simply splendid. Well done.
Ok, I shall give details - if anybody is still waiting!We had a nice little chat during the book signing - the book is set in the 1920s and she mentioned Sylvia Townsend Warner, so I brought up my thesis, and mentioned that it was about spinsters in part. Sarah Waters recommended Elizabeth von Arnim's Vera, and said there was a spinster aunt in it - cue me saying "I love a spinster aunt!"
I've now moved to www.stuckinabook.com, and all my old posts are over there too - do come and say hello :)I probably won't see your comment here, I'm afraid, but all my archive posts can also be found at www.stuckinabook.com.