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27 September 2008 @ 12:47 am
um... so hi... there's been no posts in a long time... so why don't we talk about... lmm's suicide...
02 July 2008 @ 12:55 am
Dead & Breakfast
by athousandwinds
Gen. Um. Zombie gen.

Every fandom deals with a zombie apocalypse at some point. I just wrote ours. (Though it needn't be the only one! Anyone interested in an L. M. Montgomery zombie apocalypse ficathon?)

Dead & Breakfast
21 November 2005 @ 12:04 pm
Hello All, I just joined, as this community looks quite enchantical. Have any of you taken this test? Its a bit predictable, yet still lots'o'fun. This was my own, which I pretty much knew already, just because I have read nearly everything by LMM to include her letters and journals and adore her. Hope to get to know all of you well. :)

Pat of Silver Bush
You're Pat of Silver Bush. You're happiest at home,
surrounded by your family. You fear change, and
want things to always stay the same. Your
devotion and sense of fun make you everyone's
favorite person.

Read more about Patricia Gardiner in L.M.

Which L.M. Montgomery Heroine are You?
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02 November 2005 @ 10:04 am
...I would ask if anyone has read Akin to Anne? Worth checking out from the library? Someone recommended it to me but I am about 4 books deep right now and haven't decided whether to toss it on the pile or not. :)
08 September 2005 @ 11:17 am
Has anybody read any good LMM fic lately? ;o;

I just had a traumatic experience with a ATW fic (Virginia->Donna, I have met subtler bulldozers), actually, and this being the MEG BRAIN, my first thought was, Surely they can't be all that way?!

And I'd check ffnet but my loving family has promised to kill me the next time I attempt going through ffnet on the grounds that it really scares the dog when I scream in incoherent rage.
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Current Music: Maaya Sakamoto - Mameshiba
04 September 2005 @ 10:52 pm
Hey there! I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions for older young adult novels, from the 1950s or 1960s... around the time of Maureen Daly's Seventeenth Summer. Anything like that?
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01 September 2005 @ 07:56 pm
Nifty! Hi everyone. Let's, umm, discuss things...

I always find myself wanting to reread the Anne books right as summer starts turning to fall (like right around now). Does anyone else have books they associate with particular seasons?
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31 August 2005 @ 08:53 pm
Welcome to the Alpine Path, the new L.M. Montgomery community. Feel free to post anything about L.M. Montgomery or her writings!
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