How Not to Make a Dress

Rated 4.33/5 based on 4 reviews
A humorous look at one woman's battle with a sewing project.
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Published by Chater Publishing
Words: 9,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466193895
About Elizabeth Chater

Elizabeth Chater was the author of more than 24 novels and countless short stories. She received a B.A. from the University of British Columbia and an M.A. from San Diego State University, and joined the faculty of the latter in 1963 where she began a lifelong friendship with science fiction author Greg Bear. She was honored with The Distinguished Teacher award in 1969, and was awarded Outstanding Professor of the Year in 1977. After receiving her Professor Emeritus, she embarked on a new career as a novelist with Richard Curtis as her agent. In the 1950s and 60s she published short stories in Fantastic Universe Magazine and The Saint Mystery Magazine, and she won the Publisher's Weekly short story contest in 1975. She went on to publish 22 romance novels over an 8 year period. She also wrote under the pen names Lee Chater, Lee Chaytor, and Lisa Moore. For more information, please visit http://www.elizabethchater.com.

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Review by: Marcia Carrington on March 05, 2012 :
A literate, amusing, but all-too-brief short story which has its heart in the right place, but would've been even better if it were longer, and explored the main character's 'plight' in more detail.
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Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on Jan. 07, 2012 :
Clever and fun. A memorable story, well paced. Thank you.
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Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on Jan. 07, 2012 : (no rating)
Clever and fun. A well paced story, an enjoyable read! Thank you.
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Review by: Jerry Leigh on Dec. 27, 2011 :
Elizabeth Chater exhibits her ability to "stretch" any "material" to delight her reader. How many of us have dreamed of creating the most tantalizing garment, bought the perfect material and come face to face with the "machine". Enjoy a good chuckle and the excerpt from "September Song".
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