A Novel Approach

logo_interiorAs the more paranoid among you have long suspected, we here at Stacked are indeed able to follow the internet highway to your IP address, open your Intel garage door, and begin snooping.  From our investigations (and what fun they are!) we know that 57.22% of you believe that you would be superb novelists if only you didn’t have to work at your present job, even though your present job is not so demanding that you can’t spend 28% of your time surfing through Blogs ‘n’ More.

So here is a little skill sharpener for you.  We have, through our own surfing diligence, discovered the website of the Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.  We would like our would-be Balzacs to spend a little time at the Club.  Be sure to dig deep enough to read the dress code.  Don’t miss the dining rooms.  And then report back with what you think would be on the Saucon Valley list of Most Beloved Books.  We will sort through the entries and award the creator of the most perceptive list a glowing review on our blog, and a prominent position on our blogroll for a month.

-Nemo Wolfe

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Published in: on July 24, 2009 at 9:27 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. Books must be of no more than 300 pages in length, with themes that celebrate the heritage of our founders. Type should be set in a serif font of no less than 12 points. Permitted books can in no way impart a sense of guilt upon members as they enjoy social compatibility with other members.

    Denim of any kind or in any form or color is not permitted on SVCC property.

  2. So my lederhosen are ok but my knee-socks with the tassels are verboten ? damn English…..
    Yeats ? Thoreau ?

  3. Socks with tassels? Worth being evicted for.


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