This book is a thought-provoking reminder that it was Marie's work I first saw the day I stumbled into IUOMA over a year ago. It was in a blog by Thom Courcelle, and her work struck me as magical and still does. It played a large part in making IUOMA something I couldn't leave, had to explore. Marie also sent a page with text cut out, and another page from which we choose text to fill in and create our "fortune." Behind on absolutely everything, I haven't done this yet, but will before the week is out. I love the interactiveness and how reminiscent it is of how Marie works on her own, and will have a most interesting time with it. Here it is, the page with cut-outs and the page I'm to draw from underneath it--nothing etched in stone, no conscious choices, yet:
Thank you very much for all, Marie!