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The Princess Bride by William Goldman
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May 08, 12

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Read from May 03 to 08, 2012

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05/03/2012 page 1
0.0% "I'm still trying to get my hands on this book while living in the middle of nowhere and being poor. Time to hit up our super-junky library, and hope like hell they have it!"
05/03/2012 page 1
0.0% "Major down side of living in Central Nowhere- I have to drive half an hour North to get my library card, and then an hour south to a library that actually has the book I want. Even though the book I want is in the city I work in, and the city that I pay taxes to, I can't get a library card here. I can check out books in this city once I have my library card, but I have to go to Outer Nowhere to get it. Sighhh." 3 comments
05/03/2012 page 1
0.0% "Success!! Ebooks to the rescue once more."
05/08/2012
100.0% "WESTLEY NEVER DIES."
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message 1: by Steph (new) - added it

Steph I need to read this and some other ARCs and egalleys and I really need to create a reading schedule or something because I keep forgetting about the things I made a commitment to read before other things. LIFE IS SO HARD.


Dana Ha! I need to try to read a lot more; I fall into it in fits and starts. I've finished two books this week, and am working on my third, but prior to that, I don't even know when I finished the last book before that. I'm so bad at this. And I know that I couldn't write full-out reviews for books because (A) my memory is not good enough, and (B) I barely read enough as it is; if I start writing reviews, I feel like I'm going to end up reading even less. Inconceivable!


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Steph Hmm, maybe when you finish a book you could mark it on Goodreads and then just write a few sentences or a paragraph about what you thought in a casual way? Then you'd remember whatever you want to remember but it would take long or be a formal thing so you wouldn't put it off.


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Steph * wouldn't


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