Twitter | Search | |
Rosemary Sutcliff
A place of enthusiasms, ideas & ideals inspired by award-winning author Rosemary Sutcliff (1920-92) | By A G Lawton, godson.
7,094
Tweets
694
Following
1,238
Followers
Tweets
Rosemary Sutcliff 25m
. Lab problems practical as well as political! Emailed evidence their in-practice lack interest in potenial supporters/donors!
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 23
. You’ve inspired me to find more s of Rosemary Sutcliff’s The Eagle of The Ninth. Tks.
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 23
The Eagle of the Seventh Seal ish
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 23
Call for reviews in just three words of Rosemary Sutcliff’s Roman historical novel The Eagle of the Ninth |…
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 23
Courageous, Resolute, Gripping of 'The Eagle of the Ninth’, by Rosemary Sutcliff From
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff retweeted
Joanne Harris May 22
A literary festival should start its accounting by factoring in authors' fees, not paying them what's left when everyone else has been paid.
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 23
Writer Rosemary Sutcliff did not start her books with plots
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 22
Spelling correct. I think it was.
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 22
Title experiment at Twitter and Blog is ended!
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 22
Children do not read to live. They know it’s much more important than that.
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 22
Still playing with title and profile ...
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 22
“-ve r’ship..is undeniable…(&) quite strong (r=-0.34)” Strong? It explains UNDER 12% of variation (.34*.34)
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff retweeted
Joanne Harris May 22
A hardback is a book. A paperback is a book. An e-book is a book. A book is not always paper and print. It is a vehicle for ideas...
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff retweeted
Siobhan Dowd Trust May 22
V.Interesting blog by on Sendak & Marx & Where the Wild Things Are:
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 22
Takes one (+ beard) to know one | Mediocrity knows nothing higher than itself, but talent instantly recognizes genius!—ACD
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 21
Avoid — Read Rosemary Sutcliff! For children aged 8 to 88.
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 21
"It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good books which are your very own.”—A Conan Doyle
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 21
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 21
As in The Sutcliff Settlement. Referrs to Victorian notion of settlement—partly to legitimate non Sutcliff stuff! More 2b posted.
Reply Retweet Favorite
Rosemary Sutcliff May 21
13 Questions for Rosemary Sutcliff, the writer of 60 books of historical fiction and children’s literature (d 1992)
Reply Retweet Favorite