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1) The longest I've ever gone without chocolate is two days. 2) I once cried for half an hour after accidentally standing on a moth and squashing it. 3) I have twenty-four notebooks hidden in my desk, waiting to be written in, and I still can't stop buying new ones. 4) My favourite flower is the daffodil. 5) If I'm ever reborn, I'd like to come back as a willow tree (in a nature reserve)... More
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1. Thornyhold (Library Binding)
    Author: Mary Stewart
    Publisher: Bt Bound
Young Adults 4/10/2007
Zoe said: One of my favourite books, ever
tags: Inspired me , I recommend
138 Reviews  
2. A Wizard of Earthsea (Audio CD)
    Author: Ursula K. Le Guin
    Publisher: Craftsman Audio Books
N/A 4/10/2007
Zoe tagged as: Inspired me , I recommend
7,140 Reviews  
3. The Labours of Hercules: The Cretan Bull (Audio Cassette)
    Author: Agatha Christie
    Publisher: DH Audio
N/A 4/10/2007
Zoe tagged as: I read , I recommend
1 Reviews  
4. A Christmas Carol (Hardcover)
    Author: Charles Dickens
    Illustrator: P.J. Lynch
    Publisher: Candlewick
Ages 9-12 4/10/2007
Zoe tagged as: I'm reading
6,590 Reviews  
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Comment by Eleanor Aspin on 4/20/2008 at 9:24 PM:
Zoe, you are bizarre and I like you...
Hey...chocolate is like breathing.
I look at the hills that are covered (this year) in S. California with yellow mustard weeds. This is a spectacular sight if you 're driving and look at the view. I imagine the hillsides are covered with daffodi... more
Comment by NANCY DOLL on 8/27/2007 at 5:25 AM:
Comment by Eric Hammond on 7/30/2007 at 9:51 AM:
Until I looked at your website, I didn't know you were such a hot-ticket writer in the UK! Hope you have ten times the success in Australia and US!

Looking forward to seeing you quite your day job.

Comment by Eric Hammond on 7/27/2007 at 10:38 AM:
Hello, Zolah,

Enjoyed your bio.

A Brit with good teeth --- astounding.

But the wolves... I believe they WERE there. Better check again tonight. Sometimes, they write in the notebooks.

Is there a story there?

Comment by Zoe Marriott on 4/13/2007 at 1:35 PM:
Thanks Pimpernell - it's by English artist David Wyatt (famous for his LOTR artwork). That particular illustration is one of my all time favourites of his, the UK cover of Tamora Pierce's 'The Realms of the Gods'. They're actually winged horses attacking the heroine!
Comment by John Shelley on 4/13/2007 at 10:57 AM:
Hi Zoe
I love the illustration of the dragons on the bridge. Marvellously inspiring!


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