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03:08 pm: Overheard at the Wright Household

Juss: “Why do I get to learn the Ancient Art of Butt-Wop while she learns piano.”

 


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From:houseboatonstyx
Date:January 21st, 2011 12:24 am (UTC)
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So what's the answer? ;-)
From:(Anonymous)
Date:January 21st, 2011 08:22 pm (UTC)

Did not want you to miss my latest review and apology!

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Genius is a great capacity for hard work., January 16, 2011
By Jenny Lee Bates "Jenny B." (North Carolina) - See all my reviews
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Also put this review up on Amazon.com.uk, I'm the only one to review your books on Amazon.com.uk!
This review is from: Prospero in Hell (Prospero's Daughter) (Hardcover)
Pinch me! I am in literary heaven! "Prospero in Hell" was well worth waiting for and L. Jagi Lamplighter's writing can only be described as a "perfect pleasure".
I do owe the author an apology! I am now reading "Prospero in Hell" and a few chapters in it dawned on me that she indeed has the noble Donkey included in her works of genius! For just so, "Our Lady", a Unicorn is by lore a Donkey! The swift footed and beautiful Central Asian Onegar, is the fabled Unicorn. And although and sadly, now endangered this lovely creature still exists! So thank her for her books and hard work and research she must have put in to these novels. I am in love with a book again! Thanks to you, L. Jagi Lamplighter.

Regards,
Jenny L. Bates, author, "Opening Doors: An equilog of poetry about Donkeys"

Dear L. Jagi Lamplighter, thanks for Midas's Golden Donkey too!
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