Hi there, Hmm....we could read say, three chapters by Wednesday (UK time) of each week (or each fortnight?) which would be Thursday (NZ time) for NZ / Aus.Aug 31, 2003 1 of 33View SourceHi there,
Hmm....we could read say, three chapters by Wednesday (UK time) of each week (or
each fortnight?) which would be Thursday (NZ time) for NZ / Aus.
Even though we would stick to discussing what was in the chapters, I would like to
occasionally refer to the other books as there is quite a bit of foreshadowing in TMCL
and it would be good to point that out when appropriate.....
Thanks for ordering the hardback! ^_^ ^_^
- Nicolette :-) (hmm.....'Lady Coercive Moderator' sounds an appealing title to me <g> )
On 30 Aug 2003 at 13:14, Cleomadjai wrote:
> Count me in! How about designate so many chapters to be read by a certain day - eg
> Wednsday. You can always read more if you want and lets face it, most of us have already read
> them over and over and over ...but just agree to discuss ONLY what is in the prescribed chapters.
> There is also the time difference to take into account. We in the UK are 12 hours behind NZ, so
> give a few days at least per discussion. This is just to get the 'how to' discussion going, so if
> anyone has better ideas, please help.
> BTW Lady Coercive Moderator, I ordered your hardback already in case they ran out and its been
> dispatched to me already. I'll add to the pile of stuff I have sorted already for my trip to NZ.
> Excited or what!!!!
Hiya, Thanks for the link - it certainly deserves to go in our Links (and I should weed out some of the dead ones too). Good luck with your group read - itSep 16, 2003 33 of 33View SourceHiya,
Thanks for the link - it certainly deserves to go in our Links (and I should weed out
some of the dead ones too).
Good luck with your group read - it looks like there will be a lot of tourists going to the
Pliocene! <g>. Keep us posted.....
- Nicolette :-)
> Good luck to the NZ/Aus/UK Concilium reading group taking off soon
> for the Auberge and the Pliocene. Hope you're planning to share
> your journal with us. I'm getting ready to start out with a
> USA/Canada group in a few weeks, and found this geologist's view of
> the Mediterranean basin in the late Miocene pretty much on schedule
> for the original Group Green:
> There's no legend for the map, but if you'll place your mouse pointer
> over the lower right corner, it will give you a magnification switch.
> The map is from Dr. Donald Blakey at Northern Arizona University.
> (Check out your bookmarks for broken links,too a number of sites
> have gone down or dropped relevant content, including the NASA-GISS
> paleontology site.)
> Last one back thru the time gate is a rotten egg