A. Varied and peculiar
A. It's all random.
A. Something built of stones of irregular size and shape, without method or conscious decision.
A. To happen by chance, unexpectedly and unintentionally
A. Inside a hummingbird's nest.
A. Kristin Lavransdatter
A. Trish Lande Grader and Ann Rittenberg
A. maelstrom, obverse, equerry
A. I most regret unnecessary suffering in Darfur.
A. The art of imperceptible obfuscation.
A. Climbing Mount Everest without oxygen would be my greatest achievement.
A. A short, violent localized storm, with sleet.
A. Cardinal, fixed, or mutable, depending on the sign.
A. An abstraction.
A. Occasional invisibility.
A. the Leewit
A. Any homo erectus individual. I wouldn't speak, only watch.
A. Excavation of skeletons.
A. Baccarat in Monte Carlo.
A. Bird feeder designer.
A. Taste, texture, speed of cooking.
A. Margaret Atwood Kazuo Ishiguro Anne Taylor Richard Russo Terry Pratchett PG Wodehouse
A. Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell We Have Always Lived In The Castle A Prayer For Owen Meany Empire Falls Love In The Time Of Cholera
A. The Witches of Karres
A. Get help, but use it judiciously.
A. How did people come to be what they are? Who was the first person to tell a story, to imagine life after death, to create an image? In reading about paleoanthropology, the questions that most interested me involved the evolution of the human mind rather than the body. Inventing answers to unanswerable questions resulted in Daughter of Kura.