193–1st Epoch – chs 1–4 – Woman in White


Mother, knitter, spinner, writer, wife, weaver, host...not necessarily in that order...

You may also like...

6 Responses

  1. Liz says:


    Three things:

    1. I’ve never read any Wilkie Collins before and I’m loving The Woman in White – so much so I was raving to a bewildered friend about it for much of yesterday evening.

    2. It must be good because it’s made me comment on a blog, which is a rare thing for me to do!

    3. You are so right in what you said on the podcast about taking a break from things being a bad idea! I have been working towards a monster work deadline for a couple of weeks, have a couple more weeks to go, and awarded myself last night and this morning off…And here I am talking to you because I am now completely unable to focus on the work.

    Thanks so much for the podcast.

  2. Frances says:

    Hi Heather,

    Just a few thoughts– 1) I LOVED LOVED LOVED Connecticut Yankee. I was not a Twain-o-phile before that, so it was a delightful discovery for me. My brother surprised me with Twain’s autobiography for Christmas and I am enjoying that now.

    2) I wasn’t in a Dickensian mood, so I just tuned back in this week. I had never heard of The Woman in White before listening last night. Now, I am anxiously awaiting each installment.

    3) Moving back East? Wow! CraftLit trip through Massachusetts, ending at Rhinebeck? Double Wow! Count me in! Heck, I can probably house some pilgrims in my Danbury, CT home…

    Thank you for making CraftLit!


  3. penny says:

    for now if you don’t see a direct download link or player, please go to libsyn–http://craftlit.libsyn.com/

  4. Stephanie says:

    Player? Linky? Please help. I’m at a loss “(

  5. penny says:

    I’m working on fixing it!

  1. March 9, 2011

    […] to the backlog of podcasts I’d built up (and there are a lot of them).  Yesterday I got to episode 193 of Craftlit, in which Heather Ordover talks about the Tucson shooting (her son played little league with the 9 […]