I am young/old lady with four boys who are now fullygrown, Paul, Stephen, Luke and Vincent. Paul is the Father of Zoe and Ben, and Stephen is the father of Sophie and the twins... more »
- Basildon, England
- member since March 12, 2007
mossflower’s last login was Thursday, October 21, 2010.
Hi - how've you been? I see it's been awhile since you logged in. Hope you're okay.
Mossflower I presume you intended no harm, but you copied my Casseroles hub from HubPages to the Shelfari discussion on Quick & Easy. This has triggered a "copied content" for my article. PLEASE remove the post. It would be more appropriate to post a link to my article, not copy it in its entirety.
Hi mossflower, if you like reading Viking Age tales, you may want to peruse about the pages of The Raven & the Wolf: Blood Oath. Its the first in a series of riveting, dark and suspense filled saga-like historical fiction novels set in 10th century Britain.
There's a thought. Maybe we could fold the two together in to Historical Detectives of some such--or just Historical Mysteries and be done with it. I'm out of ideas and energy for it right now.....I emailed Larry G to ask him to come up with a book for a possible group read that we could talk about, but Have not heard from him--and it's been over a week, maybe more.
Not a problem! I read The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein and enjoyed it. I have nearly finished The Probable Future by Alice Hoffman and so have the pleasure of choosing a book from my ever growing 'to read pile'!
I also love to bake and cook, and am currently baking healthy muffins for my 4 yr old grandson's school packed lunches. I also love to knit and I am knitting some colourful leg wamers as stocking fillers for Christmas.
Hope your family is okay. My three are grown and left home but are still as much trouble!!
I have joined lots of groups but I mainly go to the Bibliophile Group and the 100+ Book Challenge - I'm on #73 so far!
Can't remember if I told you this, but I had a pen friend from Basildon when I was 11, she was called Carrie, we met on holiday in Gt Yarmouth, she also loved to bake!
The History Non-Fiction Group is voting for the Oct-Dec Quarterly Group read. We've had several interesting books nominated. Please take a look and vote if you'd like to join in.
Hi Mossflower - not sure if you ever got around to reading The Linguist and the Emperor but the discussion thread is now up in the Non-Fiction History group.
(How've you been?)