get your Oktoberfest on

Leavenworth, Washington was the setting for a 3-author signing this weekend–Sheila Roberts, Suzanne Selfors & moi at the Eagle Creek Winery and A Book For All Seasons.

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  1. My favorite two characters are Anne Elliot and Captain Frederick Wentworth the heroine and hero in Jane Austen’s “Persuasion.”

  2. My favorite two characters are Anne Elliot and Captain Frederick Wentworth the heroine and hero in Jane Austen’s “Persuasion.”

  3. The only author I still read & reread is Jane Austen, so I guess my favorite character would have to be from one of her novels. I think it’s probably little Fanny Price, who endured incredible pressure to change her principles, but wouldn’t do it. I admire her steady hopeless courage in the face of lack of support from people who should have loved her.

  4. The only author I still read & reread is Jane Austen, so I guess my favorite character would have to be from one of her novels. I think it’s probably little Fanny Price, who endured incredible pressure to change her principles, but wouldn’t do it. I admire her steady hopeless courage in the face of lack of support from people who should have loved her.

  5. I don’t know why but Scarlett O’Hara immediately came to mind. The more I thought about it, though, if it were someone from GWTW it would really be Rhett Butler (although I must confess that it’s awfully hard to keep the image of Clark Gable standing at the foot of the stairs out of my head). Why am I thinking of books that I read in my teens?

    Or maybe Dagny Taggert, ooh, John Galt. Johor from Doris Lessing’s “Shikasta.” Taylor Greer. All of Susan Wiggs’ characters. Tiny Tim. Ok, never mind, I just got it: Atticus Finch!

  6. I don’t know why but Scarlett O’Hara immediately came to mind. The more I thought about it, though, if it were someone from GWTW it would really be Rhett Butler (although I must confess that it’s awfully hard to keep the image of Clark Gable standing at the foot of the stairs out of my head). Why am I thinking of books that I read in my teens?
    Or maybe Dagny Taggert, ooh, John Galt. Johor from Doris Lessing’s “Shikasta.” Taylor Greer. All of Susan Wiggs’ characters. Tiny Tim. Ok, never mind, I just got it: Atticus Finch!

  7. favorite fictional character? this week it’s joe pike. tomorrow it could be harry bosch, jack reacher or jamie fraser .

  8. favorite fictional character? this week it’s joe pike. tomorrow it could be harry bosch, jack reacher or jamie fraser .

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