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FAVOURITE AUTHORS AND POETS(FOR KC!)


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Start with U URSULA LE GUIN.

                 :s7WIZARD OF EARTHSEA.

Wonderful book still re read the whole quartet when ever I can. ;D

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F. Paul Wilson

THE KEEP  :sd

Also any of his 'repairman Jack' novels.  :su

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X?????

hang on stuart think, there must be some greek bloke who wrote something whose name begins with an X...

*thinks*

nope

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            Thanks CW!!  A little leeway helps get through these difficult letters!   :s04

  (even using the first name,  gets the deed done!)  ;D

                        so,  how about:

                    Xavier Villaurrutia

                        'Nostalgia for Death'   :sd

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             So...of course,  I couldn't resist adding this person!  

                 William Butler Yeats    :s1

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         Patricia Cornwell  

            Almost all of her books,  but especially:

                    THE BODY FARM

   

             (never knew there really were places like that!)   :o

     

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Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes  :su

"It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts..."

Rather interesting quote authored by a man who believed in fairies and the occult.   :o

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::)hmmm I agree MM.

   DAVIDEDDINGS

                  ALTHALUS.....do we know him :s6 :s2

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      That name does ring a bell!!  ;D

          William Faulkner   The Reivers

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:sk

                William Golding

                               the lord of the flies.

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Ernest Hemingway

'A Farewell to Arms'

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Washington Irving

"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"

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Shirley Jackson

'The Lottery'

Yes, I know it was a short story, but it's a classic, horrifying tale.  :s5

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Dean R. Koontz  :su

Love just about all of his books, :s7  but these stand out above the rest;

Watchers

Strangers

From the Corner of His Eye

* - Come on guys, don't be shy, post some of your favorites.  :)

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             RICHARD LAYMON.

                    ONE RAINY NIGHT.

               

Just love all the blood in his books :s2

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                  GEORGE ORWELL.

              1984

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hmmmm for Druss.

                   TERRY PRATCHETT

 Now what books? Ahh yes

           'INTERESTING TIMES' :s04

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I can't think of a "Q "so hope it's ok to skip.

It's been a while since anyone has posted so maybe no one else can think of a "Q" either.

Gwyn Hyman Rubio

 Icy Sparks

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