Liz Lockhart

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Hello! I’m a freelance (non-fiction) writer, dabble in short story writing and aspire to be a TV scriptwriter.

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    Anna Lewis posted a message to Liz Lockhart Hi - really glad you are enjoying it. THere has been lots in the papers about it. Looking forward...Hi - really glad you are enjoying it. THere has been lots in the papers about it. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts! (more) and received+3
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    Chinelo Ibekwe posted a message to Liz Lockhart Thanks liz. I feel better about the missed lunch ahead od starting it. and won+3
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    Heidi Polk
    Liz Lockhart posted a message to Heidi Polk Hi Heidi! Thanks so much for the music book recommendation and also for telling me about the fas...Hi Heidi! Thanks so much for the music book recommendation and also for telling me about the fascinating TV series. I haven't heard of it being on TV this side of the Pond, but totally agree that Victorian explorers' works would be v interesting to read. Liz P.S. Have replied to your email! (more) and won+3
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    Liz Lockhart posted a message to Chinelo Ibekwe Hello! I know exactly what you mean - I feel compelled to crane my neck and peer around other pa...Hello! I know exactly what you mean - I feel compelled to crane my neck and peer around other passengers in the quest to discover the title of a book. If someone looks engrossed in what he/she is reading, then it's surely worthwhile discovering the title (and spending one's lunch money on it if it looks really good!). Liz (more) and gained+3
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    Liz Lockhart posted a message to Anna Lewis Hello! Reading Sarah Waters's latest book, The Little Stranger, in prep for article - would cert...Hello! Reading Sarah Waters's latest book, The Little Stranger, in prep for article - would certainly recommend it! (more) and earned+3
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    Heidi Polk posted a message to Liz Lockhart Oh! and also, I've started watching this series on the history channel over here called Expeditio...Oh! and also, I've started watching this series on the history channel over here called Expedition Africa - the four main people are literally re-creating Stanley's voyage into Africa to find Livingstone...they're going on foot, using only the tools that Stanley would have used (i.e. compass, local porters carrying everything by hand, etc.) It's totally fascinating so far, especially since along the way they're giving all kinds of details about Stanley, Livingstone and also Burton and his quest for the start of the Nile... I never got around to reading any of Stanley's works before, but think I might have to take a look... (more) and received+3
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    Heidi Polk posted a message to Liz Lockhart I've totally been there - I always worry that I come off as some weird creeper or something like ...I've totally been there - I always worry that I come off as some weird creeper or something like that...I'm sure I'll be above suspicion as long as I don't start panting heavily or something like that, LOL... I remember when I was in Spain and it seemed like everyone would read over the shoulder of their neighbor on public transport...and not even pretend to try and hide it at all, just literally stare... If you're interested in mathematics and music, I'd also recommend Godel Escher and Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid by Douglas Hofstadter...It originally came out in 1979 so some of the material is a bit dated, but it's still a fascinating read (you can add it to the ongoing list of books-to-read, lol)... Also, got your email and will respond to that separately on hotmail... (more) and bagged+3
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    Chinelo Ibekwe posted a message to Liz Lockhart Sometimes it's like an unspoken command. I saw someone with Erica James's Tell It To The Skies so...Sometimes it's like an unspoken command. I saw someone with Erica James's Tell It To The Skies so I went on to spend my lunch money on it. She never learns never to stop putting lunch first! (more) and bagged+3
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    The Little Stranger
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    Heidi Polk
    Liz Lockhart posted a message to Heidi Polk Have you ever spotted an amazing looking book being read by someone on public transport? At the ...Have you ever spotted an amazing looking book being read by someone on public transport? At the train station yesterday I saw a lady reading _Harmonograph_ - something about the mathematics of music. I was intrigued but lacked the courage to ask whether it's a good read... I'm going to start a list of books that catch my attention when out and about! (more) and received+3
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    Find me at: www.completelynovel.com/esowden1

    Interests the nineteenth century, life-writing, writing, theatre, herbal tea, vintage fashion dolls, word games, shoes, journalism, art history, drawing, organic/vegetarian cookery, gender, the development of the novel, and exercise

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