> To: CELTIC-L@INTERNET [log in to unmask]
> From: bljones1@INTERNET (Bruce L. Jones) [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: book lists--WEBSITE!!!! ATTENTION!!!
> Pammie, Darlin",
> Such passion is a wonderful thing to behold. I have been watching your
> posts on this waiting for something to sink my teeth into. This may be
> it. I had it on my agenda to visit the web site you suggested tomorrow
> (may have already been there once) to see what could be seen. Yes, I do
> have some stuff and I can catalog and organize others, in at least text
> file format. Books and movies are my strong suit, but ...
> More tomorrow. Keep firing.
> Bruce L. Jones
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> Mojave Desert - The Geographic Center of Nowhere
> On Wed, 18 Dec 1996 19:40:48 -0800 Pamela Highet <[log in to unmask]>
> >Dear Celtic-L members:
> >Nollaig Shona of the Celtic Heart seems happy to work with members of
> >Celtic-L in assembling useful lists of books and music -- and other
> >which may be of benefit to all celts.
> >PLEASE, let's begin a discussion of how we might do this!
> >Meanwhile, those of you who have some information to provide, won't
> >visit Nollaig's website (see address below) and see what she is doing?
> >We may not only add a suggested book to the list there, but we may
> >include a little "review" of the book, and it appears "reviewers" are
> >credit for their contribution.
> >Bruce? Are you up for helping on this? You have organizing
> >abilities, as
> >well as 10 page long lists!
> >And how about those musicians? What categories might we separate them
> >Is anyone interested in acting as liason with Nollaig? (I mean, I
> >will, but
> >don't have the technical knowledge to do some of this, I'm sure)
> >And what about the movies we've listed, and forgotten?
> >Can we get one person in charge of each category, for instance? One
> >books, one for music, one for movies? Then when a decent list is
> >we could forward it to Nollaig?
> >Oh, geez, people! Let's DO THIS, OK?
A A/lainn, a chara,
I have to tell you--Nollaig Shona is not a person's name. It's Irish
for "Happy Christmas". The person who wrote was wishing you well.
By the way, the person who wrote you either is or shares a mailbox
with the Mil of Clan Keltoi. Pamela, too, is consorting with the
enemy? I'd never have believed it...
> >>You are more than welcome. I look forward to working with you and
> >>your friends at Celtic-L. I'm excited about this project and if you
> >>have any others in mind, please feel free to toss them in my
> >>Nollaig Shona
> >>Celtic Heart