I’ve been Normed!

Thanks, Karen, for alerting me to this – I’ve been Normed!

Norman Geras runs a blog at www.normblog.typepad.com and on Fridays features a Blogger Profile – a sort of brief Q & A. This week it’s me! See the profile here. Very exciting for me!

There’s a link at the bottom of it to other, previous profiles – including, from my link list, Elaine, Karen, Lisa, Susan and Lynne.

7 thoughts on “I’ve been Normed!

  • February 8, 2008 at 2:34 pm

    Those are great questions–I always had you pegged as a one book at a time sort of reader, but you are reading quite a few books at once. Sense and Sensibility is on my radar (I’m planning on reading–rereading all Jane Austen’s work this year, though I cheated and started last December). I’ve not read S&S yet and it’s next (loved Northanger Abbey, but it’s not my favorite of hers).

  • February 8, 2008 at 2:44 pm

    Hi Danielle – when I started this blog, I was one-book-at-a-time, but now university is over, I indulge in piles at a time!

  • February 8, 2008 at 2:50 pm

    I used to just read one or two, but now I’ve become notoriously bad about opening everything in sight. I am trying to keep the stack down to a manageble size, however (maybe six instead of last year’s 13 at once!). At least I am never at a loss for something to fit my mood, and there is usually a sort of method to my madness (one fiction, one NF, one classic, one mystery….).

  • February 8, 2008 at 2:56 pm

    Jo Brand for prime minister – what an absolutely fabulous idea.

    And I look forward to Sinon, the autobiography of a bookaholic.

  • February 9, 2008 at 2:17 pm

    Congratulations, it was interesting to read your views. To “Angela Young” – is Sinon a joke/pun in French on Simon’s first name? Otherwise or Or else seems an interesting title for an autobiography.

  • February 14, 2008 at 9:56 am

    Sorry not to enlighten you for so long, Peter – Sinon is a reference to an answer I gave in the profile, about potential autobiog titles.

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