Here are some of my favorite
links. Is there a site that you love and you don't
see on my list? Send it to me and I'll check it out!
@ Harpies Bizarre
This is the premiere Bewitched web site
in the entire atmospheric continuum. Everyone
should pop in daily for a little dose of magic
||I love, love, love this site! I
can't tell you how many hours it has saved wandering
the flea markets and antiques stores. While I
still like, errrr LOVE, shopping the old-fashioned
way, this site is a great resource in locating
books, vintage jewelry, rare 1960s Bewitched merchandise,
||What can I say? This site is a very
good thing. There's a lot of good information
about topics that interest me, plus craft projects
and shopping. I can't ask for more than that from
a web site.
Her Own Words
This is a Stevie Nicks fan site. I have always
loved her songs and feel that she is the most
prolific songwriter living today. What I like
best about this site is that it is just random
quotes from various interviews that she has
done for many of her songs. It's was a great
idea. There's even a section with her thoughts
on angels, witches, and magic.
||So it's not the best search engine
in the Cosmos. I still have hope that I'll be
the next $10,000 winner.
||Mary's work is is so nostalgic to
me. I love the illustrations inspired by the 1930s
and 40s. I'm hooked on anything with cherries
or Scotty dogs and most of her stuff has both!
I really like the bold colors and positive sentiments
associated with her cards. The Mary E. magazine
is a must-have, too!
||Ludwig Bemelman is another favorite
artist/illustrator of mine. Like Mary E., I love
his use of color and the detail in the drawings.
The tales of Madeline and Genevieve are so charmingly
||What an unbelievable artist! The
fluttering cherub at the top of the page was made
by her. I love this site and her tutorials have
inspired me to create some of my own. Stay
||I use this site more than I care
to admit. It's a great resource for those that
suffer from OCD and can't rely on the spell check
||Nick Bantock's books, and their
wonderful artwork, are featured on this new site.
Another site devoted to these books that I love
Griffin and Sabine page. Read this trilogy
and then go to Sandra's site to read my thoughts
on the ending.
||Booksamillion.com is a great resource
for ordering books on-line. They seem to be priced
better than Amazon.com or Barnesandnoble.com,
especially if you join the Millionaire club for
$5 (which is usually how much you save the first
time you use it.
||It's quite a departure for me to
long for reproduction anything, but these fabrics
are terrific! I especially love the way the patterns
are broken out by decade. The mind reels with
the possibilities. It makes me want to reupholster
||This was the definitive source for
used books on-line. Now, I look on eBay first,
but this is another option for book lovers like
Witch Hunt Info
||This is a very interesting page
on the Salem witch hunts with a Q&A
section by a well-known historian of that period.
||This NC State on-line tutorial is
a great start for people looking to design a web
FrameMaker Help Page
||This site is about 100 times better
than the FrameMaker Help or the book that I paid
$50 for at Borders to help get me out of some
nightmarish formatting scenarios. Did you know
that there is no such thing as undoing multiple
commands in FrameMaker? It's just maddening to
the person experimenting to learn the program.
Check out this site for practical solutions to
common roadblocks in publishing with this software.