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Hi Tara,

Miss Mole just arrived this morning, (with William) and I am really looking forward to reading them. I've literally just finished The Curate's Wife which I loved, the characters felt so real to me! I'm tempted to carry on with an E.H Young binge but wonder if I would appreciate her even more with a break?

One thing which makes these books special to me is that my family is from Bristol. My grandmother was brought up in Clifton (Upper Radstowe!) and Young's books help me understand what her life was like then. She has told me about her family interfering in her love life and worrying she was marrying "beneath her" which reminds me of some of the characters in Jenny Wren and the Curate's Wife!

Thanks for your message. Your library looks very interesting, I may have a little nose around!

Hi Tara,
I absolutely loved The Heretic's Daughter. I posted my review for it on the book's page. Again, thanks for picking me for your contest.
Hey Tara,
Just wanted to thank you again for choosing me as a winner for your The Heretic's Daughter giveaway. I just received it from the publishers on Friday and I am really excited to read it. Thanks.
You're welcome! We seem to have a lot in common :)
Awesome!! Glad it worked..that site has a lot of good things to know!! :-)
Don't worry about it - we built in some extra leeway, knowing that some of the books came late.

Hi Tara,

If you're still having problems searching your library, could you please email me more details (casey at on what searches don't work? It appears to be working fine from what I can see.

Hi Tara,
I have not yet read any Charlotte Bingham, though I think I have a couple of her novels. They look like good vacation reads!
Hi Tara! It only occurred to me yesterday to click on your LT link and look at your books. When I did I was surprised at how many slightly unusual books we have in common. The Seamstress and On Hitler's Mountain for instance. I just bought the latter after loving The Book Thief so much and wanting to investigate a bit more. Have you read those two yet?

Thanks for friending me back. :-)
My pleasure, believe me. Any time.

Hello there!
Yes, we do share a good number of books. The first "Downunder" author I read (she was from New Zealand even though she eventually lived in Australia) is Jean Devanny, with her novel Cindie. I really enjoyed the book, in fact I read it twice, something I very rarely do. Other excellent Australian female authors are Katherine Susannah Prichard, Eleanor Dark and, of course, Katherine Mansfield (from New Zealand).
If you look in my tags, under Australia, you will find other writers. Enjoy and happy to be of help whenever I can.

Paola :-))
Hi! Thanks for being my LibraryThing friend. It's nice to meet you.

Lisa :)
15 Persephones! I have been considering Miss Ranskill Comes Home too. It looks really interesting. You got some of my favourites here :-)
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