The Wizard's Daughter

by Barbara Michaels | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0425146421 Global Overview for this book
Registered by tania-in-nc of Mooresville, North Carolina USA on 12/17/2003
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2 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by tania-in-nc from Mooresville, North Carolina USA on Wednesday, December 17, 2003
I am part the way through this one. Moved last year and it was put in box unfinished. Phew-ee, I'm happy to find it again!

Journal Entry 2 by tania-in-nc from Mooresville, North Carolina USA on Wednesday, December 24, 2003
I have a few of these unfinished books and have made a commitment to finish them by the
end of the year.

At page 282 of 325. Shall journal again shortly.

Just had fun digging through my files and came across a few neat quotes.

Moving aimlessly around her room in search of something to occupy her mind, she picked up her writing portfolio and sat down with it on her lap. She was sorry she had not kept a diary, as so many young ladies did; at least she would have more interesting things to write about than who danced with whom at the last ball, and what color ribbons she had selected for her new gown. But perhaps, she reflected, the only people who have time to write in their diaries are the ones to whom nothing ever happens. p245

His chair gave off a perfect fusillade of creaks. p83

Mrs. Jay had always told her that one of her worst faults was procrastination. "You seem to think if you postpone a difficulty long enough, it will disappear," she had remarked sarcastically. "It is much more likely, Marianne, that the difficulty will grow larger and less amenable to a solution." p149

Journal Entry 3 by tania-in-nc from Mooresville, North Carolina USA on Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Finished this one last night. I must admit that I lost enjoyment in reading it due to the big time lag between reading the first part and the second. With luck, the next reader will have a more pleasurable experience.

Journal Entry 4 by tania-in-nc from Mooresville, North Carolina USA on Thursday, December 09, 2004
This is off to New Jerssy. Stay safe and warm, little book.

via bookrelay.

Journal Entry 5 by explorer1118m from Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey USA on Saturday, December 18, 2004
Thanks tania-in-nc...looks good and will be well treated and read soon!

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