Thursday, May 26, 2005


Now to answer the "Tag Questions"

1. Total # books owned :
I've no idea, actually. There are 5 6' bookcases & 3 3' bookcases in the house.
All crammed with books. I'd guess 2,000 perhaps.

2. Last books purchased:

In no particular order they are:
a) The Wild Wood by Charles de Lint
b) A Sorcerer's Treason by Sarah Zettel
c) Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris
d-f) All by Kinley MacGregor: Taming the Scotsman, A Dark Champion, & A Return of the Warrior

3. Last book read : Intimate Enemies by Shana Abe.

4. 5 Books that mean a lot :

1. Courtly Love by Lynn M. Bartlett; this is the book that got me
started on romances

2. Splendor by Brenda Joyce

3 & 4. by Michele Jaffe: Stargazer & Water Nymph

5. Candle in the Window by Christina Dodd

I'll have to drop the "tag game" here though. The bloggers I would've tagged have already been. Yes, yes, I know- I'm a wimp & I'm letting the team down. So sue me.


Anne E. said...

Amanda, what is tagging?

Tara Marie said...

I love Michele Jaffe. She doesn't get a tremendous amout of buzz, but her books are always interesting.

Bookwormom said...

Anne E- Tagging has at least 2 meanings:

1. The children's game "Tag,you're it" accompanied by much running & screaming & giggling. The child chosen "IT" must catch/touch (ie: tag) another child who becomes "IT".

Tara tagged both you & me at her blog entry titled, IIRC, "Nicole tagged me" or something simiar. The endresult being youmust answer the questions & then "tag" 5 other bloggers.

2.TAGGING is also a term for gang related graffiti, often used to mark (ie: tag) territory. Probably not much seen or reconized for what it is unless you live in an urban era. has avery good definition & photo under the "modern times" subheading.

There are other defintions, but I won't dig too deeply today.