Saturday, October 20, 2007

Read-a-thon Report No. 2

Thought Edith Wharton would follow nicely upon the Henry James, but I didn't expect the story I'd chosen at random, "Pomegranate Seed," to turn out to be a ghost story as well.

From the just published The New York Stories of Edith Wharton.

Thirty-three pages.


  1. Enjoy the stories. Good idea to read short stories to keep motivated. Don't forget to check out Dewey's site for contests.

  2. Another ghost story! Feels very fitting this time of year, doesn't it?

  3. What a good idea to use short stories. I'm going to add that to my list of suggestions for next year. A novel, a story, a novel, a story would work great for me, I think.

  4. I love Wharton (but not a fan of James :( ) I read that she wrote quite a few ghost stories.

    Keep it up and check Dewey's site for new contests.

    Cheerleader Chris


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