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Awesome! If you're not working at a specialty bakery, you could be.
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I'm working on a making-of blog post since I'm getting lots of question on how this was produced. In the mean time here is a Flickr photo set documenting the process:

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If only! but at least I don't have to dust it . . .
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Brilliant! If we get to vote, this is the one I'd vote for.
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I am honoured that you have included my library in your list of interesting libraries.

Yours truly,
C. Lamb
THE HANDMAID'S TALE by Margaret Atwood. I also liked what I read of THE ROAD, but have been unable to finish it because it's so despairing. At some point soon, I'll read it through. 1984 works very well to present a fully-realized world, but it's a bit more of a commentary than a great character study. Atwood is a more gifted writer with regards to character development.


I am honoured that you have included my library in your list of interesting libraries.

Your obliged and faithful humble servant,
James Boswell
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