Oliver in Seattle
Oliver is in Seattle. He wonders where his readers are. I don’t know about the others, but I’m right here, and I read your posts. And I enjoyed the photos, too, by the way!
The link from Dave should get you quite a few hits, I guess!
PapaScott loses a hat at Dodenhof
Scott and Frauke went to Dodenhof in search of a crib for Christopher. Seems like they were not successful. Lost a hat and bought only some socks.
I have been to Dodenhof many times. It’s less than half an hour by car from where my parents live (and where I used to live until I was 19). I bought some furniture there when I moved to Hannover, but I’ve never tried to buy a crib there, of course.
I always marvel at the license plates of the cars in the Dodenhof parking lot. It seems people come from all over Lower Saxony, Bremen and Hamburg. Is it really worth the long drive?
Some authors on the web
I spent some time on the web looking for authors yesterday. Here’s what I found:
- Rohinton Mistry
- The J.R.R. Tokien Information Page and the Tokien Page of the University of Toledo Libraries, from whose page I got the beautiful picture.
- Tad Williams (More links about Tad Williams can be found on my Links Page.)
- Elizabeth George
- Ken Follett
- John Irving
- Douglas Coupland
- Douglas Adams, and his Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Excerpt from ‘Valinor’ by Ted Nasmith
Autoren im Web
In den letzten Tagen habe ich die Sites einiger Autoren im Web angeschaut. Die meisten sind in Englisch (siehe oben), aber ein paar gibt’s auch auf Deutsch:
- Tad Williams (weitere Links auf meiner Links-Seite)
- Paul Watzlawick
P.S.: Offenbar funktioniert der Mailserver der Uni Bonn heute nicht. Daher bekomme ich momentan keine Emails… Sorry!