- Jeeves - P. G. Wodehouse (2)
- Gold Bat - P. G. Wodehouse (1)
- Psmith - P. G. Wodehouse (1)
- Lord Peter Wimsey - Dorothy L. Sayers (1)
- Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea – Barbara Demick (1)
Black Ink by Adina for Jae Gecko (jaegecko)
23 Dec 2012
Paper and ink are not the same as pixels.
(I'm not your assigned writer, but I hope you like this. It...didn't quite come out like I expected. I'd like to discuss the book with you after the reveal.)
Jeeves & Wooster, Jeeves - P. G. Wodehouse, WODEHOUSE P. G. - Works, Lord Peter Wimsey - Dorothy L. Sayers
19 Sep 2011
Wooster has a reputation for pinching things--necklaces, amber statuettes, umbrellas--a reputation that becomes dashedly awkward when Lord Attenbury's emeralds go missing.
Psmith and Jackson return to New York the following year, but find all is not copacetic with those they left behind.
Surely there is some explanation of why Bertie accepts so much from Jeeves. Google "English vice" if you want warnings.
The Gold iPod by Adina for thefourthvine
24 Dec 2007
This is what happens when you don't have time for historical research. I only hope that someday I may be forgiven. A semi-modern take on Wodehouse's "The Gold Bat."