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What are you reading? (30053 new)
Dec 17, 2009 11:53AM

1218 Susanna wrote: "Monday Mourning, by Kathy Reichs."

I like Reichs' stuff so long as it's not too soon after a nice meal!
What are you reading? (30053 new)
Dec 17, 2009 11:19AM

1218 The Excursion Train - and thoroughly enjoyable it is too.
Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Dec 14, 2009 03:50AM

1218 Clearing, cleaning and waiting for a leather settee to be delivered whilst listening to Man in His Time

All pretty groovy really!
Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Nov 29, 2009 06:42AM

1218 Susanna wrote: "Thinking I should put some french fries in the oven and get reading. I still have 200 pages left and Fingersmith is due back tomorrow. Oops :D"

*nicks a chip* Fingersmith is the tops.
Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Nov 29, 2009 05:18AM

1218 I am quaking in my seven league boots because a lone wolf has been spotted on the island, and also shaking in terror at listening to a dramatisation from BBC of Ice.


Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Nov 21, 2009 10:28AM

1218 Avoiding being caught on camera whilst the lads make a new film around the house.

Kaos rulz!
Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Nov 04, 2009 11:03AM

1218 Knitting a sock and listening to Patterson's take on the Armana years - The Murder of King Tut
Oct 10, 2009 03:16PM

1218 There was an elephant, or rather, there was not an elephant type thing that was not there - what was it's name?
Oct 10, 2009 10:40AM

1218

Nooooooooo! I've been convinced *laughs* to change my vote to:


Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Oct 10, 2009 08:01AM

1218 Taking a break from The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest to make sure the family is okay - then it'll be eyes down for the last hundred or so pages.
Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Oct 10, 2009 03:13AM

1218 Suzanne wrote: "Hey! Watch that 'casting aspersions' thing on 50 year olds!!! We can multi-task like a son-of-a-gun, and if we mess up ...
We don't care!!! :)"


LOL - you are SO right!
What are you reading? (30053 new)
Sep 12, 2009 07:42AM

1218 Catamorandi wrote: "I am reading The Elegeance of a Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery."

This is a popular book at the moment

What are you reading? (30053 new)
Sep 12, 2009 02:33AM

1218 I'm halfway through Daphne and it's very interesting subject but the prose doesn't sparkle exactly.
Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Aug 04, 2009 08:02AM

1218 The tiger lilies have opened and tied themselves into those packaging bows so I am uploading photographs to send to my family and friends whilst listening to A History of Britain, Volume II The Wars of the British 1603-1776. Life is good.

:O)
Whatcha Doin'? (315 new)
Jul 30, 2009 12:58AM

1218 Susanna wrote: "Digesting a really superb birthday dinner and petting my new books. Heh heh heh."

Soon, methinks, them there bookies will be ocularly raped - a veritible optic rodgering, I put my money on it!

I am travelling back from Oslo sitting along the back seat with my travelling library and M's laptop on my, well, on my lap really. hahahaha We have lunched and munched and wandered and photographed. Off to Saxony tomorrow!


Jul 21, 2009 05:29PM

1218 Do you remember the joke about the young lad at school saying "Dad is C of E and mum is AA"?, well us here should say GR. I found that typing in this thread that I planned to buy no more books has since made me so anxious that I have doubled the habit as a comfort. lol

Your Latest Splurge (9861 new)
Jun 08, 2009 10:45PM

1218 Mandy wrote: "I just got back on Bookmooch, and had to use up all my points since I am having withdrawls from getting books in the mail!

I mooched...
Little Women - [author:Louisa May Alcott|1315..."


What a big haul (and so many of you are going out with trawling nets) and Poisonwood is a Good Read.

Your Latest Splurge (9861 new)
Jun 08, 2009 10:47AM

1218 Lori, that's a beaut trawl.

:O)
Your Latest Splurge (9861 new)
Jun 08, 2009 04:51AM

1218 Three arrived today:

I'll Never Be Young Again for the du Maurier group.

Coster Girls and Mudlarks

When Christ and His Saints Slept for the European Royalty group read.
What are you reading? (30053 new)
Jun 06, 2009 11:14AM

1218 Susanna wrote:

On to the next one! (I feel like Henry VIII.)"


You don't LOOK like Henry VIII!
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