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Thanks for letting me know about the dust-jacket, since it had a barcode I wasn't sure but since I'll probably never see another copy of the book I thought it was worth checking. I love Elizabeth Berg, I've read the first story, which just made me immediately want to read the rest but I am trying to be good and finish my other book first which has been put aside too many times now!
Thanks again,
Hi, Sorry to bother you but I noticed that you have just added the new Elizabeth Berg book "The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted". I have just received this from Amazon and notice that it doesn't have a dust-jacket. (The book isn't published in the UK where I live so I have had to import it). Could you just let me know if your copy has a dust-jacket? Thanks very much!

OK, so I was officially nerding it up. While waiting for my biscotti to bake, I was cruising Twilight fanfiction on Well, you know how I'm a fan of Blood and Chocolate, so when I found a fic that was a blending of the two, I was ecstatic. Besides, the majority of fics are the most pathetic, "teeny-bopper-ish" excuses for writing you ever read, so I was thrilled that the girl had a modicum of literary ability.

Then I noticed on the top of her fic that she said she had picture examples of people and places in her profile (the full range of which you can find here in her profile). Now most of those pictures are taken from Meyer's website, but there were some really cool things I hadn't seen before.

Like this pic her friend drew of Edward, which is SO COOL (literally, breathtaking).

Or, THE COOLEST THING OF ALL, this actual person that the girl found while researching the Quileutes:

Jacob's long-lost brother?

You can't imagine how I flipped!
Wow. What a dork I am.
I meant to type "wear".

I suppose the excitement overtook me!!

Just checked out and the t-shirt give-away is nowhere to be found. Do you think that means it (the submission period) is over and we've (HOPEFULLY!) made it into the first 400?

Keep your fingers, fangs, and claws crossed!!!
I want to really nerd it up and where them to the signing!
Sounds good :)
As I write this, Eclipse is due out in a few hours!
I hope you've at least started New Moon!

(By the way, I'm wagging my finger like a sterotypical, old librarian--tee hee!)
I also got Theatre Jane :)
Since we were discussing this the other day, I thought you might find this article interesting.
Well, first I got this.
I decided that wasn't blog appropriate, though (LoL), and changed around my answers till I got Anne of Green Gables...which IS blog appropriate :)
Did you see this?

It was reviewed on Bookshelves and it seemed like your cup of tea :)
My Blog :)
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