The Scribbler

9 February 2007

Matters of a hirsute nature

Filed under: books,language,Neil Gaiman — The Scribbler @ 20:30

As any regular readers will know, I’m big fan of Neil Gaiman. I check his journal just about every day, usually as a treat to myself for meeting a deadline or finishing a piece of copy. It’s much more educational and far less fattening than chocolate.

Another blog treat is Separated by a common language in which Lynneguist (great pseudonym) makes observations about British and American language with a great deal of humour and style.

So I was delighted to be able to forge a link betwen the two when I dropped Lynne an email in reference to Mr Gaiman’s recent posts about hair styles (here, here and in an interview over here). The fact that she took my suggestion and ran with it gave me a big smile and a warm fuzzy feeling. You can read her post here.

It also inspired me to start blogging again after an embarrassingly long time away.

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1 Comment »

  1. One thing my post lacks is a link to your blog from your name. Now that I’ve found it, shall I?

    Glad I could cause some fuzziness. I feel fuzzy in return.

    Like

    Comment by lynneguist — 9 February 2007 @ 21:48 | Reply


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