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What is the last book by Mr Ray Bradbury that you have read? Or, if you are currently reading one, which is it? What about it do you like most?

I am reading 'R is for Rocket' currently, for the first time in over five years, and I am enjoying the title story very much.

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I'm back on MARTIAN CHRONICLES for the umpteenth time.


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"Umpteenth" is a good word!!

Dandelion Wine, approximately 35 (randomly selected) short stories, and most of Zen in the Art of Writing.

(DW because we just did a major project for Mr. B and hope to send as a present in the coming days. So, DS...if you get to visit with him, maybe you might ask about the kids' artwork to him!)
 
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So, DS...if you get to visit with him, maybe you might ask about the kids' artwork to him!

I shall do!


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I just finish reading his "The Martian Chronicles" one of the most widely read science fiction novels.

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"THE ILLUSTRATED MAN", this book was, is and will be the best

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The Kiwi spammers are about!


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The Kiwi spammers are about!


Yes, what a remarkable coincidence that we should have TWO new board members from Ridgefield, CT, who BOTH happen to link to commercial New Zealandish websites in their signatures.

Anny, meet marina; marina, meet Anny. What's that? Oh, you've already met. Small world.


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Ray's debut (1947)....the umpteenth reprintSmiler


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The Kiwi spammers are about!


Yes, what a remarkable coincidence that we should have TWO new board members from Ridgefield, CT, who BOTH happen to link to commercial New Zealandish websites in their signatures.

Anny, meet marina; marina, meet Anny. What's that? Oh, you've already met. Small world.


NZ's a small country!

Zealandish is a good word.


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Not to be confused with LEW Zealand!


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Not to be confused with LEW Zealand!

In my presence, an Ackerman fan once spoke the term "New Zealand" to 4E. He replied "New Zealand?! - I didn't realize there was an old Zealand!"


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Reading "Mask" and "Pleasure to Burn". I have been reading excerpts from "Yestermorrow," also.
 
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Mr. Dark! I haven't seen you here for some time.
Some good news at last!
 
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