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I see you read, and seemingly enjoyed, 13 Little Blue Envelopes. I'm glad you liked it! It made me all goofy-happy. I "discovered" a new London story, in case you're interested. It's called The London Eye Mystery, and it's in my library, if you want to take a look. Also, The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks looks pretty good. Your 5 star rating of The House at Riverton makes me want to bump it up my list, but I'm trying really hard to do my Early Reviewers books first. Any other big finds or recommendations for me? Someday I'll be able to catch up!! Laters!
wow your library has gotten huge!! I have been weeding mine out...I just can't keep everything..sadness
Aaaah, the 900 landmark. I see you've thrown down the gauntlet. Bring on the friends of the library booksales. Outcollect me, will you? I'd like to see you try! :)
Your library is growing fast! I'll have to keep an eye on you!
In case you're wondering, I know that you guys are talking about me! :-)
amen...I have stacks of books all over my house..I even used to dvd tower to hold some of my graphic novels...it has just gotten bad
I only added 2 books :( At this rate I will never catch Meg..oh well. How was your book shopping experience?
I know, and you know that isn't even all the books that she has. I don't need a library card, just check to see if Meg has it first ;) I am about to head to the used bookstore (danger danger) so my library might get a little bigger.
Very nice collection...But I must say Meg has you beat...she has a ridiculous amount of books. More books than you can shake a stick at ;)
I've added more books. You can take partial responsibility for these, though, since I bought them after looking for your Biggest Brother bargain book. It's possible that I may need professional help. However, I would actually run away from anyone attempting to eliminate the growth of my library. Nazis, all of them.
Nope. No reason.
Yeah, I added more. Wanna make something of it? Wanna step outside? I added more again today. What do you think of that? Huh? Huh? :)
Are you on the third book now? You crazy reader, you!
I will look for her books! Thanks!
Oh, and if you like audio books, I suggest you try the Rosamunde Pilcher books read by Donada Peters. They are great any way you read them, visual or audio!
Hi, I see you like British authors. I suggest you try Erica James, but my niece loves Katie Fforde. I'm impressed by your Heyer catalogue! I haven't entered mine yet. I'm afraid I'll feel guilty about having multiple copies (different editions)...
It's not my fault! My professors are always either requiring or suggesting titles that may be useful, and you KNOW I can't resist the opportunity to buy books! And then I clean my room, and bingo! Stacks of books I hadn't added! It really has very little to do with me. Really. Truly.
No *sighing* allowed! You're going to be excited to start this profile, so as to keep in closer touch with me! Or don't you love me anymore? :( Anyway, I decided not to go to class. It seems like I would have been OK, though. That's the trouble, I have to make the call so early! Anyway, I'm thinking of starting Twilight tonight, but I may not out of fear that I won't be able to tear myself away and do the obligatory school reading! Talk to ya soon.
My question is, indeed, answered. I will keep it on my "to be read" list, but won't bump it up any. Have you read The Castle of Otranto? And, of course, I've always been curious to read Polidori's The Vampyre. Anyway, that's all I have to say. I'm currently obsessing over whether I should drive to class tomorrow night under threat of severe weather. We'll see, I guess. See ya around, kid! (Oh, and I have to add ... MySpace!)
Thanks for the reading log!! I'm on this site pretty much every day, so I'll be able to track your literary activities. (If I had a long, waxed mustache, I would twirl it ominously here.) How was Mysteries of Udolpho? I must admit to some curiosity! Oh, and I have some suggestions for some gothic reads for you, too. I'll type up the list and send it to you. Now, if I could only get you to start that MySpace profile.....
You're more tag-crazy than I am! I love it!
Hello, you! I just added some books to my library from the trunk in the garage, and now you've jumped up to my top 5 shared users! We have such awesome taste. Hope to see you soon!
I love your pic!!
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