• Ashley Lind replied to the topic in the forum Amy Baik Lee 4 years, 4 months ago

    Thanks for sharing that lovely quote, @sunsteepeddays! That is one I had not encountered yet. It’s good food for thought. I enjoy reading about Tolkien’s experience as a writer. As he shares updates about the writing of LotR it’s interesting to see how the story is developing into something he did not intend from the outset. That quote also s…[Read more]

  • Ashley Lind replied to the topic in the forum Amy Baik Lee 4 years, 4 months ago

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Thanks for sharing that lovely quote, @sunsteepeddays! That is one I had not encountered yet. It’s good food for thought. I enjoy reading about Tolkien’s experience as a writer. As he shares updates about the writing of LotR it’s interesting to see how the story is developing into something he did not intend from the o…[Read more]

  • Jennifer Bast replied to the topic in the forum Amy Baik Lee 4 years, 9 months ago

    @sunsteepeddays I thought of Heidi as well. I got curious and googled and found a post noting every time Heidi eats cheese in the book. I love the intro to the post:

    “Heidi is a book about the healing powers of cheese, and don’t let anyone tell you different. That plucky little girl from the Alps couldn’t have gone very far in saving Clara or her…[Read more]

  • Jennifer Trafton replied to the topic in the forum Amy Baik Lee 21 years, 4 months ago

    @sunsteepeddays   “I’m a fan of afternoon tea, travelogues, my family, bookstores (though, sadly, not the smell of old books!), Shakespeare, the Inklings, L.M. Montgomery, cottage gardens, and reading children’s literature aloud “with voices.””

    Um, Amy, are you my long-lost twin?