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aud neal
mama, wife, educator, reader, photographer, writer, traveler, digital designer
Interests: knitting, gardening, digital scrapbooking, reading, photography, baking, camping, decorating
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Im using Bebas -- thanks for asking, Becca. Ill go back in and add it to the tutorial.
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2012 on tutorial: creating negative titles at be AUDacious
I liked that one a lot, too, Stephanie! His wife is who does the illustrations, and his sister, Maile Meloy, has a YA book called The Apothecary that I really liked. She also has several adult novels, but I havent read any of those -- I do plan on it, though.
Toggle Commented Jul 16, 2012 on books: reader quirks at be AUDacious
Hi Kathie, When you click on the preview of the word art, it will take you to my downloads folder on Yousendit. Once there, you will see a button that says Download. Just click on that button and it will download the file to your computer. Let me know if you have any additional problems.
Youre welcome -- thanks for stopping by!
Thanks E -- I had a lot of fun making them!
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2012 on new releases: flair and camp currie at be AUDacious
Thanks -- I stopped by your blog to check out your review as well! Great post.
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2012 on book review: Wintergirls at be AUDacious
Great -- cant wait to get it! :)
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2012 on last chance: CT CALL at be AUDacious
I agree, Beth -- one of the best things about Goodreads is that it has really pushed me to read outside of my comfort zones. Before, when I had just word-of-mouth or the librarys latest releases shelf to rely on, I tended to just look for books from my go-to authors. But now, theres so much more that Ill read -- particularly nonfiction, which I never read before Goodreads!
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2012 on my 2012 reading goal at be AUDacious
I love seeing the stats. Its such a neat way to look back at a collection of books. I tend to go with my gut on rankings -- the 5-star books end up being those that I just loved reading the entire time and really didnt want to see end, even if there are some technical or style issues that I find fault with. I love my e-reader for any number of reasons -- but late-night reading is a big plus, thats for sure. And yes, I would LOVE to be able to get together with you. One of these days, my friend, well make it happen.
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2012 on my 2012 reading goal at be AUDacious
Hugs and prayers to you and your family, Elizabeth. It is amazing the gifts that life will give to us if we are just open enough to see them.
Toggle Commented May 8, 2012 on A Non-Traditional Eulogy at { a swoop and a dart }
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Remember, there are other ways to enter to win -- Tweeting, posting on Facebook, posting on your blog...dont forget about those!
So much good stuff going on, Elizabeth! Congrats!!!! I can't wait to see your Etsy shop! And I would LOVE a seat in your Design Challenges class!
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I won William's book from Goodreads when it first came out, as part of their First Reads program. It's a wonderfully inspirational story, and the book is really enjoyable to read -- his voice comes through crystal-clear, and his enthusiasm for learning is really contagious. I highly recommend it. Thanks for working to make his story more widely known.
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I do the same with library books. They stay on our nightstand until finished, then they go straight to a bag hanging on a hook on the inside of our coat closet door. My girls are older so they dont check out lots of picture books anymore. I limit them to two books at a time though because from experience i've learned they won't get more than that read if the books are 200 pages approximately or more.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2012 on bookshelf organization at be AUDacious
What an awesome giveaway! Love so many of your selections!
The Girl Who... is just magical, really and truly. Its one of those great little novels where I loved every detail. Then again, Ive always loved fairy tales, so it checks all those boxes for me. At first, I wasnt sure I was going to like Family Fang -- it had a whiff of too much literary fiction to it, but the story and characters both really grew on me. I do get to read a lot during the holidays. I probably read 5 or 6 novels just over Thanksgiving alone. Ill get two full weeks off work at Christmas, so Ill be running close to a book a day (for books in the 300 page range -- bigger than that and theyll likely take two days). Then again, we dont have to do a lot of traveling or anything during Christmas and Im not responsible for any big meals or anything, so that helps.
Toggle Commented Nov 30, 2011 on What I've Been Reading: November at be AUDacious
Worked fine for me
Toggle Commented Nov 18, 2011 on google reader question at Stephanie Howell
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