New twist to vampire stories? Our fascination with vampires is endless, and evidently, transforming.
I am enjoying these letters immensely. Although I have never read a Bond book, the letters tempt me to correct this neglect. I've been curious about Ian Fleming since reading about his role in Naval Intelligence during WWII, but the letters are opening new perspectives.
What a shame that letters are so seldom written now. Fleming's letters from his publisher/editors, fans, and friends such as Somerset Maugham, Noel Coward, Raymond Chandler, and Evelyn Waugh and his responses make fascinating and entertaining reading.
Finally finished another Eccentric character. I started her in December, but didn't like the way I painted her face. Nor the re-paints. She stood looking at me rather balefully for month after month, until I finally found a personality I liked and gave her some clothes. I've decided to name her Sarah (thanks, Mary, for the suggestion of Sarah, Plain and Tall). She loves gardening, poetry, and butterflies. I love that she is finally done!
Her fly-away white hair doesn't show up well, but she is younger than her white hair indicates.