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Making me choose favorite books is evil. In no particular order, here are some that have meant a lot to me over the years. I'll try to limit it to ten.
  1. The Beekeeper's Apprentice by Laurie R King
    Maybe the book I've reread the most. Definitely the book I've given as a gift most often. Sherlock Holmes with a brilliant woman apprentice. Gorgeous writing. What's not to love?
  2. The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley
    Classic. I still remember the feeling of reading this for the first time and being completely transported to another world.
  3. Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine
    This is the sweetest story with the best characters. I will never forgive them for the movie they butchered and gave the same title.
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This is a prompt, but a good one. I seem to stick to fantasy worlds. Particularly if they involve large, friendly reptilian creatures. There are plenty of other fictional worlds I admire greatly but wouldn't be happy living in. Middle Earth- great for a quest or vacation, but wouldn't stay for long. Too many giant spiders.
  1. Wonderland
    We're all a little mad here. I'd fit in well.
  2. Tortal
    The realm of Tamora Peirce's Books. I have always loved these stories, the characters & the settings.
  3. Pern
    Tiny dragon friends. And giant dragon friends. Dragons.
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#modire the first struck this morning, and tomorrow will be another snowday for many. How did I spend the day? Follow my list & find out. Take inspiration as needed. Now you too can spend the day like a snow pro!
  1. Work feverishly.
    Work the same as if you were in office/school. Make sure to worry that you aren't being productive enough.
  2. Drink lots of tea.
  3. Shovel all the snow.
    ALL OF IT.
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  1. Books to be read
  2. Annoying things my cats do
  3. Making up random names for things
  4. Nothing I would usually make lists of