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another bivalve i enjoy!
cap, captain miss america
teaberryblue
i saw them on mikey's list so i fix mine. i LOVE scallops. i just don't like oysters or mussels, slimy li'l buggers.
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I'm personally a scallops fan, too, tho', other than that we have little in common in the way of food. <-- I only responded with this to make it somewhat on topic. :) You seem very intriguing, and are one of very few with Tamlin listed as an interest, so I'm going to add you to my friends list. I hope you don't mind horribly. Or at all, for that matter.

! i have a devil in duck form toy! and how could i mind anyone named eilonwy adding me to friends? i give you munchings and crunchings!

tea

Re: don't mind at all!

With sneakings and peekings I found your LJ. :)

Hm, that sounds rather stalkery, which obviously I didn't mean, since I actually stumbled upon your LJ. But anyway. Is so nice to find someone who knows Lloyd Alexander and Prydain, yay!

Re: don't mind at all!

there's a bunch of stuff in your interests that i haven't got listed but that i like. like tamora pierce-- i haven't read anything beyond the alanna books but i made myself a lioness rampant shield when i was a kid. i like prydain, but i liked vesper holly and the westmark trilogy better. all i really read are YA fantasy.

tea

Re: don't mind at all!

Dude! I was trying to remember Vesper Holly's name today, and couldn't. Heh, thanks! I loved the Westmark trilogy when I read it in jr. high, but couldn't get into when I tried to reread it recently. As for Tamora Pierce, I *highly* recommend her most recent series, it's similar to the Alanna books. Her second series (Wild Magic) is pretty good, too, but I don't like her books that take place in a different world.

I read tons of YA fiction, too. I saw you have The Phantom Tollbooth and Susan Cooper both listed, and yay! :) I'm totally enamored of fairy tales, in general, to the point of hoping to get my masters in medieval studies, but focusing on folklore. :-)

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will try to pick up the tamora pierce books. i'm currently trying to read some e. nesbit, but too much work, i keep just sitting down with it and something else comes up; i've read the famous ones, like 5 children and it & phoenix & carpet and the story of the amulet, etc.... the last really good thing i read was avi's midnight magic. like the name of the rose for children.

i love fairy tales too. my mother is a certified cenerentoholic and i'm not far behind, though...i'm a little wary of grad school, but i'm (slowly) writing a gender dysphoric cinderella.

tea

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