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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

ABC Wednesday: E is for Eliot Evans Emory

E is for Eliot, Evans, and Emory. George Eliot was the pen name for the author whose birth name was Mary Anne wed e eliot bks IMG_3004
The sea shells beside the George Eliot novel below were brought to me by a friend who found them on the beach and her last name is Emory.
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For other participants take on the letter E, please visit the home of ABC Wednesday.

I just found out that the kind ABC Team
chose my post from last week (D is for Durham) as the blog of note for week 4. Note - my thank you below has strange spacing I can't seem to fix. Apparently adding the note has done something with the html and fixing it is beyond my abilities.
I am honored to be chosen for this award, particularly since there were so many creative posts on the letter D. I am enjoying participating in ABC Wednesday, for the first time, so much. Thanks to Mrs. Nesbitt for starting this fun meme and for the expanding ABC Wednesday Team who help to keep it running so smoothly.


Cezar and Léia said...

Cultural post today, I like reading good books and thanks for the hint!
*** I love the adorable composition that you mad with books and shells!

Naquillity said...

one can never have enough books to read, can they? wonderful composition with the books, seashells. have a great day.

Daryl said...

those books look well read ... and congrats!

Sylvia K said...

Congratulations, Carver! Your posts are always marvelous and today's is no exception! Can never have too many books to read and I agree with Daryl -- these look well read! Beautiful seashells! Have a great week!


Carol said...

George Elliot is a favorite of mine, and a quote from "Middlemarch" is on my blog. Looks like you have some wonderful early editions. Great E post and photos.

Rune Eide said...

Congratulations with the award - also with your literary choice this week.

Roger Owen Green said...

Yes, you've been a great addition to the group. You comment frequently, which is nice, too.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Leslie: said...

These photos are marvelous - your collection looks like it is well loved, too. My favourite shell is the middle one!

Vinay Leo R. said...

I didn't know that Eliot was Evans, but have read..! thanks for letting me know :)


Hildred said...

A great post Carver, and congratulations on your lovely well deserved award for D.

Kim, USA said...

Get me curious of what this book all about. Great post!
ABC Wednesday~E

Maude Lynn said...

I love the look of that last shot!

photowannabe said...

Congratulations on your award. Great post.
Very original post for E.

Wanda said...

Love old have photographed them so well. Feel like I could reach out a take a book.

Al said...

Great take on the letter E. I haven't ready enough of the classic literature, that's something I intend to fix over the next few years.

Cheryl said...

This was beautifully arranged. I love sand dollars and books. Seashells and seaglass are two other passions. Great E post.

Halie said...

Hi Carver!

Congratulations! Your posts are great and I love the books.

There's always space for a new book or two.

I love the shells too.

ABC Wednesday Team

Tumblewords: said...

Excellent e's! The books and shells make such fine friend fellows! Congratulations on your mention on the home page!

Verna Luga said...

OMG, these books are priceless ... I love GE ..
My ABC Wednesday here

Dani said...

great photos. I love books.

Thank you.

lv2scpbk said...

Great post for the letter "E" and congrats.

Self Sagacity said...

It seemed many writers in the past had chosen to use pen names, sometimes people mistaken them for being males. As in the movie on Mim's Island. Thanks for bringing up the subject. :-)


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