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The Time Trilogy: A Swiftly Tilting Planet, A Wind in the Door and A Wrinkle in Time by the dread pirate Madeleine L'Engle

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The Dialogic Imagination: Four Essays (University of Texas Press Slavic Series) by the dread pirate M.M. Bakhtin

Foreign Devils on Silk Road by the dread pirate Peter Hopkirk

Travels with Charley in Search of America: (Centennial Edition) by the dread pirate John Steinbeck

Kraken by the dread pirate China Mieville

Omens of the Millennium: The Gnosis of Angels, Dreams, and Resurrection by the dread pirate Harold Bloom

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Me vitalsStella Atrium is author of SufferStone (launch 1/12) and HeartStone (launch 6/12), two fantasy books of the Dolvia Saga about women living under the veil.

Seven Beyond was published in 2003 and is soon to be re-issued in eBook format.

Review Stella Atrium's blog about female characters in novels, movies and TV at http://www.speakingincommunity.blogspot.

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Currently raidingPoison Study by the dread pirate Maria V. Snyder
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Dear Stella! You're very welcome. I'm glad I can contribute my little part to the promotion of the Dolvia Saga. I look forward to reading StrikeStone.

Yours in bibliophilia, Chuck
Hey, Stella! I've just posted a review of HeartStone on Amazon. I'm not tech-savvy enough to know how to copy and paste from one website to another, so I simply typed the review again on Amazon, with some changes. It gave me an opportunity to edit and improve (I hope) the review as it appears on LibraryThing.
Dear Stella, I have just posted my review of HeartStone, which I enjoyed reading. Part of the fun of reading your Dolvia Saga is trying to figure out how far in the future the story is set. In SufferStone, I guessed it might be as distant as the 35th century, but the references to Earth culture in HeartStone seem to indicate a much closer time, perhaps as close as the 22nd century. I hope your StrikeStone will satisfy my curiosity on this temporal matter!
Your devoted reader, Chuck Norton
Hello, Stella! I've just posted my review of SufferStone on my LibraryThing page. I'm not very computer-savvy, so I hope it's visible when you, and others, go to my page. And I hope you find that it does justice to your excellent novel. I've also posted it on Facebook (on which you can find me as Chuck Norton of Denton, Texas), so I hope it gets the attention it deserves. I'm pleased to see that you are about to release HeartStone, so I hope I can obtain it and continue my enjoyment of the Dolvia saga! Thanks again for sending me SufferStone. Yours in bibliophilia, Chuck
I'm sure I will. I had to fight to get it back from my daughter's friend who looked like she was going to try and sneak out with it. Once I've read it, I might be nice and let her only if she agrees to do a book review for it. I try my best to get these young adults to help promote wonderful books. I love to see that they enjoy reading, it's been an important part of my children's lives in our home. Thanks again. It was so wonderful to receive and I can't wait to get started on it.
Dear Ms. Atrium!

SufferStone arrived in today's mail. Thanks so much! I look forward to reading it and writing a review.

Yours in Book Love, Chuck Norton
Dear Ms. Atrium!

Like you, I'm not that conversant with Library Thing and its technological intricacies. I didn't even know about its friendship network until you sent me your friend request. SufferStone hasn't arrived yet, but I'll look for it every day with great eagerness!

Yours in Bookwormitude, Chuck Norton
Dear Ms. Atrium, thank you for befriending me in the world of Library Thing! And thanks also for choosing me as a recipient of your novel SufferStone. It sounds fascinating and I eagerly await reading it and writing a review. Although I have a MA in English, I'm still a novice in writing literary reviews, but I hope to have something intelligent and maybe even useful to say about your novel.

Yours in bibliophilia, Chuck Norton
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