Prospective Ideas/Future Titles

Title ideas for future read-alongs:
~ An Old Fashioned Girl by Louisa May Alcott
~ Heart of Darkness by Josef Conrad
~ Leaf by Niggle by J.R.R. Tolkien
~ The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse
~ Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen
~ North & South by Elizabeth Gaskell
~ Emma by Jane Austen

8 comments:

  1. I would completely be on board for all of those! I've read the Austens, but NONE of the others!

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    1. Hamlette,
      Oh good! I'm so glad! And I'm getting quite excited about how everything is coming together. ;)

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  2. I would definitely participate in all of these! I have read some of them already, but would love to do so again, and read others for the first time! So excited!

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    1. Reyna,
      Wonderful! I'd love to have you for absolutely any or all of them!! ;)

      And oh! A quick note: you did figure out it's a separate follow from Along the Brandywine, right?? (No obligation to follow), but I just wanted to make sure the posts actually feed/come up for you if you're planning to.... :)

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  3. Wow, I'd be happy to do almost all of these! I'm not a fan of 'Heart of Darkness' I'm afraid but the rest... yes please! :)

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    1. Hannah,
      If I do them, I'd be delighted to have you! And about Heart of Darkness.....yes, I understand. Personally, I'd absolutely love to do it one day (as it's a favorite of mine)---but it would be a pretty big bite to take off, so we shall see. ;)

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  4. Hehe, fair enough. I'm very excited about the thought of doing Pride and Prejudice and North and South read-alongs. I would definitely do those!

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    1. Hannah,
      Yes, I'd love to do both of those---and would love to have you! :) I'm thinking of maybe hosting two read-alongs a year? Maybe? P&P definitely sounds like a lot of fun. And I'm actually in a tremendous N&S haze at the moment. :) I haven't done a book review for it yet (though I've read it a couple times), but I did recently do a review for the '04 film. Here's a link if you'd like to check it out. ;)

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