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January 9, 2010 @ 1:09 pm | Filed under:

A quick list of post topics I have in the hopper, lest I forget.

• the ways I use social media and how I might improve/streamline

• making chicken tikka masala and naan for the first time—so yummy!—and a couple of questions I have

• I have more to say about The Kitchen Madonna

• TBR pile crackdown

• kids’ sewing books/kits—I never did do the series of reviews I was planning on this topic back in Lilting House days

• my favorite gardening literature

• I have such a great interview with author Julianna Baggott waiting to be posted! Planned it for last week but more kids got sick. And so it goes…

Feel free to add suggestions in the combox. I know I’ve missed some questions here and there that I meant to answer. 🙂

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  1. Doret says:

    I can’t wait to read your Baggott interview.

    I loved Prince of Fenway Park. I really enjoyed Ever Breath.

    I appreciate that stories aren’t similar so when reading one, you’re not thinking of the other.

  2. Haley says:

    I’m really curious about the different social media sites that you use and how you find them helpful for different things!

    I’d also really love to hear your thoughts about homeschooling into the high school years and how it’s similar or different than the earlier years.

  3. Zoe@Playing by the book says:

    kids’ sewing books/kits sound interesting – next week I have a guest post about kids picture books where the theme is quilting or sewing 🙂
    Also, I like this idea that you hint at what’s coming up on your blog – I’ve not seen this done before, but I think it’s a great idea

  4. Jamie Salvucci says:

    Ohhhh PLEASE get to the post I have been so patiently waiting for about why you love Rilla of Ingeside best!! You said in September it was in the hopper….has it become hop-less??

  5. Melissa Wiley says:

    No, Jamie, you’re right! I just forgot to put it on the list. Probably because it already exists in my drafts folder. It really has been hopping a long time, hasn’t it! 🙂

  6. Melissa Wiley says:

    Using this as a quickie notepad.

    –Rilla of Ingleside
    –SHOES books
    –Lark Rise and Candleford
    –what was that one I was thinking of in the kitchen today?? Or maybe I was just thinking about dinner.

  7. Melissa Wiley says:

    Oh, and Sarah had asked for a post about Shakespeare Club. I keep meaning, and keep forgetting.

  8. Melissa Wiley says:

    Remembered! The kitchen one. It was about Adventures in Babysitting. How it had a dramatic lifelong effect on me.

  9. vanessa@ silly eagle books says:

    I’m very interested in seeing your post about kids sewing books. I found your blog through the comment challenge and am so glad I did–I especially love your family rule of six in the sidebar!