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I think that we can all agree that this community has been dead for… 
24th-Mar-2010 08:26 pm
Karen
I think that we can all agree that this community has been dead for the past few months.
What happened here, guys? We're all exciting, friendly, passionate people!
I for one believe that it's time to resurrect booklisters and become a true community again.

How shall we do this, you ask?

By holding a
Friending Meme

I think that if we could all just come out of our shells, reintroduce ourselves, and remind everyone how amazingly great it is to start literary discussion in here, then this place will get hopping again in no time.

Answer as much or as little as you like. =)


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Books

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26th-Mar-2010 02:43 pm (UTC)
Name: Rose
Age: 23
Occupation: Child Care Worker

Books

Favorite Author: Impossible question. Michael Cunningham, Betty Smith, Walter Moers, George Orwell, Margaret Atwood, Kurt Vonnegut, etc.
Favorite Book: A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, Crime and Punishment
Least Favorite Book: Lord Jim
Book I Am Currently Reading: The Pillars of the Earth, Sea of Monsters, The Library at Night

Life Outside of Reading

Favorite TV Shows/Movies: Criminal Minds, Gilmore Girls, Sex and the City...Vertigo, Gladiator, Fight Club, Take the Money and Run
Favorite Music: Ani Difranco, Modest Mouse, Bright Eyes, Decemberists
Hobbies: writing, painting/drawing, driving around on back roads, frequenting microbreweries, museums, Libraries!

Other:

"Prayer, meditation, fantasy, intoxication, free association, psychoanalysis, daydreaming, play--all these are techniques for entering a realm of being other than the quotidian, tapping into our inner self, touching something dark and ecstatic in our essence. By doing this regularly, we salve not only our troubled spirits but also our imaginations. 'To do good work a man should be industrious,' said the preacher Henry Ward Beecher, but 'to do great work he must certainly be idle as well.'" Michael Dirda