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07:36 pm: And one from John

John wrote:

My wife wrote this book. You should buy it so I can put shoes on my children.

 


Okay, no. He actually wrote:

If you want to read about a missing master-wizard, a virgin sorceress of unaging
beauty, an ethereal spirit who yearns for freedom, a gumshoe in a trench coat
whose trusty lead pipe is how he deals with 'perps', unicorn hunters in their
chameleon cloaks, an occult séance gone bad, a kleptomaniacal teleporter, blind
hypnotist, a modern-day Circe, a Tom O'Bedlam who knows more than he will tell,
a door into Dante's dark Inferno, an angelic lover who lost his wings, a demon
hunter who lost his youth, the hunting hounds of hell, enchantments, ambushes,
escapes, fights, flights, riddles, intrigues, monsters, not to mention the
sinister Three Shadowed Ones, and a Feast at the house of Father Christmas,  all
told with refreshing zest and humor in a tale that never pauses for breath, then
this is the story for you.  You hold in your hand a book of wonders.
 



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From:rhystuck
Date:November 15th, 2008 01:08 pm (UTC)
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A very creative household! How did you and John get together? That itself must be an interesting story!
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From:arhyalon
Date:November 15th, 2008 01:12 pm (UTC)
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Short version: we met at St. John's College in Annapolis -- the Great Books Program -- at a roleplaying game called Dungeons and Philosophers.

The long story has more to it, but will have to wait until we return from NY.
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