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About meI'm 35 and I stopped working too hard, got an easy job so that I could concentrate on just reading too much. Actually considering going to do a degree in Librarianship (or maybe a course in proof reading). Also have a thing about penguins and have to visit an Aquarium in every city I go to

About my libraryEclectic and way too large - though getting smaller as I have started selling on Amazon. I have now reclaimed my laundry bin for laundry and all my books fit on bookshelves once more

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My name is Halima, i got you from and i want to have a good relationship with you, please i need your cooperation,contact me with my email adress,
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am yours Halima.
Hi, I'm 33, have worked in a library, currently work in publishing (career tip - do a course in copy-editing, rather than proofreading (it's more more money as well as more interesting)), and I like penguins (real ones as well as the publishers!) - spooky!
Love your library!
If you observe nature at work, you will see that least effort is expended.
Grass doesn't try to grow, it just grows. Fish don't try to swim, they just swim.
Flowers don't try to bloom, they bloom. Birds don't try to fly. This is their intrinsic nature.
The earth doesn't try to spin on its own axis;
it is the nature of the earth to spin with dizzying speed and to hurtle through space.
It is the nature of babies to be in bliss. It is the nature of the sun to shine.
It is the nature of the stars to glitter and sparkle.
And, it is human nature to make our dreams manifest into physical form,
easily and effortlessly.

Deepak Chopra, Indian / American physician, writer, mind-body medicine pioneer
Great. Send me your e-mail address (mine is and I'll e-mail you the e-book.

Thanks again,


Was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here as well as a few other book-related sites. Saw you liked Butcher Boy, and I thought you might like my novel since it's also about a disturbed adolescent and a bit dark. I could e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like. Let me know if you're interested. Here's a link to a summary in case you're interested:

Thanks for the note. I wouldn't worry about it quite yet - I know the May books are still trickling in, let alone the June ones! And I give you a few months leeway anyway, so it won't count against you!

Does the penguins thing extend to the publishers as well??
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