Welcome!  I’m Lizaanne, though these days I’m usually Lillibet online.  I began this blog last summer  to record my thoughts about what I’d been reading and watching. Since then, it has morphed into a very irregular collection of whatever I’m excited about at that moment (which is, as I see it, the whole POINT of a blog, anyway).   I’m a former English major and currently a 7th grade teacher.  I used to write extensively, but I’ve rather fallen out of the practice over the past few years.   I also co-host a podcast called Professor Dave’s Ark in Space, on which I drink cawfee, laugh an awful lot, and attempt to make sense of my random notes–do check us out!  We’re on iTunes, too.

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  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I will definitely be reading The Thirteenth Tale within the next month. I am embarrassed to admit that it has been sitting on my shelf, unread, for far too long already.

  2. Hi! Thanks for coming by and being my very first commenter! I really appreciate the encouragement. And aren’t literary memes fun??

    • Thanks, Tardisgrl. Glad you liked it. I’m psyched that someone recommended me. 🙂 It’s always nice to find a fellow Whovian, huh.
      As for the library bag… well, I frequently find myself picking a book because the cover looks interesting, and the pop-up pic element here lets me share that with other people.

  3. Hello there!

    Thanks for the comment, we love those 🙂
    And thank you for reading as well.
    You’ve got a great blog goin on here! Keep up the good work.

    Brooke & Vanessa

    p.s. It is amaaazing that your best friend could be in that film! I can’t even imagine!

    • Thanks very much! I think it may continue all year, now that I’ve grown very fond of it, but when I go back to work, my entries will probably be scaled waaay back.
      Thanks for all of the comments! I love them. 🙂

    • Thanks! I’m an American who has always lived in Florida. As for Wodehouse, yeah– he’ll probably sneak onto here a few more times. I’m rereading “The Code of the Woosters” right now, and my favorite audio-book for during my commutes to work is “Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit.” 🙂

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