#SoaringScores Day 23: Harriet Powers did not go through formal schooling to learn her art. Rather, it is an organic skill that she picked up and acquired from childhood, as this is part of her family‘s way of living and making meaning of their existence. The quilt‘s patches tell a coherent story – a way of marking time, memories, and significant events especially #NowWeAreFree. A remarkable story. My review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-kFE
I saw the writers of these three books recently at Cheltenham Literature Festival; they‘ve all performed #Superfeats that are the basis for their books. Lara Prior-Palmer became the first woman, and youngest person, to win the Mongol Derby, a 1,000 mile horse race, Mimi Anderson is a world-record breaking ultra distance runner, and Emily Chappell won the 2016 4,000km Transcontinental cycle race.
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#superfeats: Audio wrapping my swap goodies for #NightmareSwap and #AllHallowsReadSwap to take to the post office today finally! Also shout-out to @AmyG for piquing my interest. I'm 3+ hours in and I really like it. Never saw the movie. #soaringscores @Cinfhen @CrowCAH @LibrarianRyan @MaleficentBookDragon
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#SoaringScores #Giveaway #Litsyversary
Giveaway alert! As speculated at the beginning of the month, here‘s the something special...
I‘ll be gifting one lucky winner a prize: a CD score and book pairing.
You have from now till the end of day on my Litsy anniversary, Wednesday, 10/23, to comment.
I‘ll chose a winner from those who comment about their favorite movie or composer and why.