Autumn

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  1. No, don't worry, you don't have to change anything. If they disappear after 3 months anyway then that's fine. Thanks for the info.
  2. No, that doesn't work as I don't follow any content. I'm talking about the notifications I get when people quote my posts, tag me etc - this link here should take you to yours - I don't want to stop getting the notifications but there always used to be a way of deleting/clearing the older ones out when there got too many.
  3. How do I clear my notifications? They're beginning to pile up and from what I can remember you used to be able to 'select all' and then 'clear selected' but I can no longer find how to do so. Thanks.
  4. Haven't read any of this series but it does seem to be quite literally everywhere at the moment. Seems to get rave reviews too.
  5. I read this when it first came out and really enjoyed it. Bit of a tearjerker though.
  6. Really overcast today, but super warm... the horrible humid kind.
  7. I recently picked up the boxset of these books in The Works - couldn't resist the bargain price. I'm not 100% convinced it's my kind of thing but I've been saying for ages I wanted to try and broaden my horizons and read something out of my comfort zone so it seemed like too good an offer to pass up. I've read a few reviews online and from what I've read most people seem to love them.... I'm probably a tad (read a lot) older than the age group it's marketed for but what the hell. I'm willing to give them a go.
  8. I know I've been a bit absent from the board and so far haven't officially participated in any of the read-a-thon's but this weekend I was planning on spending it curled up with a book (or two) anyway so this has worked out perfectly for me. I may, however, change the dates slightly if that's allowed and do either Saturday through Monday or maybe even Sunday through to Tuesday as I'm off work next week so these dates would suit me better.
  9. Oh yeah, Shopaholic & Sister was a terrible book. I think this is the point I stopped reading the series because it just put me off so much. I think Twenties Girl is probably my absolute favourite standalone.
  10. I loved this book. Her standalone books are so much better than the Shopaholic books which, in my opinion, should have finished after about book 3.
  11. I chose the name Autumn because my real name had already been used by someone else. There's no fascinating story behind my choice but Autumn is is my favourite time of year.
  12. Tea for me and I drink bucket loads of the stuff. Coffee is a big no-no for me. Hate the taste, hate the smell. Can't stand the stuff.
  13. Totally possible... Gilbert Blythe in Anne of Green Gables gets my vote! Anyway, I first read Jane Eyre when I was in my early teens (I think) so a good 20 odd years ago and it is still the only 'classic' that I have ever managed to read. I loved it when I read it the first time and have always wanted to re-read it but there was always a little part of me that was worried that I wouldn't love it as much now that I'm older. A few weeks ago I was flicking through the channels on the television and came across one of the many film versions (can't remember which one now) and it really got me hankering after the book again. So I treated myself to a brand new copy of it - I do still have my original version somewhere but wanted a nice new fresh copy - and I read it over the weekend. I am happy to report that I loved it just as much second time around as I did the first, if not more so because I'm older and wiser and understand it a bit better now. At the same time I purchased the book I also picked up a copy of the 2011 movie version with Michael Fassbender as Rochester and watched it Sunday night (after finishing the book) and I'd totally recommend it too.
  14. Super hot here today too - 28 degrees inside, 24 degrees inside.
  15. I love this film. I've seen it numerous times, although admittedly not for a while, but it always makes me laugh.