is waters QUEER? its so implied that why bother hiding or defending? come out and say it on the jacket where ever possible!!!! queers need to hear it
>>By heathcliff (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)
10-19-02~~ Where's the Seattle party for Sarah being held?? Is she here solo or does she have a partner/spouse? I'm the cheeky monkey that kissed at her bookreading in February. Does Sarah have a homepage? Ciao for now~~Kismets
>>By Kismets@aol.com (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)
OMG I just finished reading Tipping the Velvet! I am totally speechless! I have never loved a book so much! I wish I could go back and start the book for the first time again. I am so sad that it is over, i wish it had been longer! Has anyone read her other two books? are they as good? I doubt it is possible to top Tipping!
>>By Amy C (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)
Amy, Yes the other two are just as wonderful!!
I'm waiting on the fourth now, very impatiently I might add. She is the most incredible novelist I've read. The details and storylines are just unbelievably moving and touching and thrilling to read!!
Waiting on the next one....
>>By Jayneri (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)
has anyone noticed how much the character kitty, in tipping the velvet is based on marlene dietrich's charcter in 'morocco'?
if you haven't seen morocco, i encourage you to. there is a scene where dietrich dresses in a tux for a cabaret show and she is so reminiscent of kitty it's [erfect. she tosses a rose into the crowd and all. it's beautiful.
anyone else notice this?
>>By maxinek (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)
Please may I add my comments of appreciation. I have read all 3 books, love them passionately, and long for more! I would be very interested to know if there are any publicised venues at which we can meet Sarah Waters herself. I would like to thank her for giving me hours (albeit too few!) of enjoyment reading her work........though Tipping The Velvet made me sob my heart out when I finally put it down!
>>By Kat Robin (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)
The first book I read by Sarah Waters was Fingersmith. I could hardly put the book down once I started reading it.
Everytime I thought I might have things figured out, there was yet ANOTHER twist!!! I LOVED it and could not wait to read her other books. The next one that I read was Affinity and that was also awesome, yet very different than Fingersmith. Tonight I finished Tipping The Velvet and all I can say is AWESOME!!!! It captivated me until the last word. I would love to know when she is publishing another book and if she ever does book signings in the USA. I am anxiously awaiting MANY more books by her....in the NEAR future, I hope!!! Also, there are very FEW good lesbian movies and I would LOVE to see her books made into movies. If I had the money to finance them, I would see that they all became movies!!!
>>By Pat (Saturday, 1 Feb 2003 06:02)
Awww like every1else, i was shocked, thrilled and completely captivated by all 3 books....fantastic reading!!! i've just finished affinity, and now at a loss how i can follow sarah waters?! any ideas?????
oh and a little note for 'Pat', Affinity is to be made into a movie by the same bloke that done 'Tipping The Velvet'...Hooorah...
>>By Jo (Wednesday, 23 Apr 2003 22:53)
She's brilliant and fabulous. I am studying Fingersmith for my MA in writing and had already read that and the other three. Her website is www.sarahwaters.com (slightly obvious I know but it saves you a search). And YES of course she's queer. She's too florking gorgeous not to be. She's writing a 1940's novel now and going great guns I hope.
>>By JosieHenley (Friday, 3 Oct 2003 15:25)
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