Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Malaysia's Very Own Katherine Hepburn?

Yeah, sure.

Aneeta asked me to do an e-mail interview for her and I'm just sorry that she had to keep chasing me to get it finished. So if you're curious to know a bit more about this strange mat salleh, follow the trail of breadcrumbs to Aneeta's site.

Check out some of the other interesting articles and interviews too while you're there.

13 comments:

marisa said...

oh my! so shall i put "...and malaysia's katherine hepburn" too in your profile then? ;)

skoob books having a sale, bookaholic, books going for as low as rm3....*evil grin*

bibliobibuli said...

marisa - hey there - nope, leave hepburn out of it! *blush*

don't tempt me with news of more books and cheap books ... i picked up even more from the star yesterday for review ...

but ... now you've told me not sure if I will be able to stay away ...

Yvonne Foong said...

Nice interview! Very insightful. Hmmm... there should be more people like you in Malaysia. Thank you! Awh... so when is your next course going to start? Maybe a 1-on-1 for a deaf girl here? Okay okay... this is being too much already. kekekeke... excuse me.

bibliobibuli said...

Thanks for kind words Yvonne.

Just tell me how best you think you can cope with the course. I can run it just for you by e-mail. But if you would prefer to attend classes then I will happily count you in. I wouldn't want you to miss out on the social part of the course so maybe you could post work to the e-group where everyone else has done the course ...

Just let me know. I'm not running the course for a group again till early next year. I need some time to plan and think of the next direction.

Lydia Teh said...

Sharon, now you can add a new description for yourself in your bio : Literary celeb! And a very nice one too.

bibliobibuli said...

*hiding under the table*

all i do is read books and sound off about it

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but what's the association ?

Anonymous said...

I mean.. Kate Hepburn (so I gather from wikipedia) was capable of being really, really sharp and cutting. you're way too nice to be her.

Anonymous said...

I mean.. Kate Hepburn (so I gather from wikipedia) was capable of being really, really sharp and cutting. you're way too nice to be her.

bibliobibuli said...

anonymous - i do have my bitchy moments sometimes, you know ;-P

maybe i should take lessons. anyone know a good coach?

Yvonne Foong said...

I prefer to learn in real. What if I read up on notes in advance, but do the coursework on the spot, together with everyone else? By reading beforehand, you can use keywords to lead me and I will be able to guess what you're trying to say, instead of writing out full lengthy sentences.

Next year would most likely be fine by me.

The Visitor said...

i do know a good coach, but i better not say.

bibliobibuli said...

yvonne - that sounds like a good system - and i can actually give you some extra readings ahead of time. count yourself in for january! will be in touch with you by e-mail later ...

visitor - ;-D