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It’s been a little over a week since I’ve been on my mental semi-vacation.  In this week, I still haven’t decided on how I feel about completing my Bachelor’s of Arts in English Literature.  One thing I know for sure after completing the program, I’m so happy to take a couple weeks off before diving heavy into the job market after two straight years with zero breaks.  This week will also be the...

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Published on June 09, 2015 06:29
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message 7: by Lysa

Lysa Guest blog post on the upcoming book I co-authored: http://amandajayde.com/2014/03/10/gue...


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Lysa For those that read this far down, my 2013 Reading List is located elsewhere to account for the ebooks read:

http://shadowspoken.livejournal.com/5...


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Lysa Devlin wrote: "This website makes me regret listening to my mother. As you know, my parents are avid readers like you are, but once they're done reading a book they usually donate it to a library or to a store th..."

That's why I'm glad my parents were collectors of some sort. My father with classic hot rods and my mom with craft stuff. Mom especially was told to stop reading in school because she was ahead of everyone else and got bored with it and now wishes that she would have kept reading. So mom never told me to stop reading and never discouraged me from keeping books with me. Did make it a little heavier to move, but oh well. The only thing my father ever told me remotely near it was "Stop liking that science fiction and fantasy crap and gain some weight."


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Daryl This website makes me regret listening to my mother. As you know, my parents are avid readers like you are, but once they're done reading a book they usually donate it to a library or to a store that takes used books and gives buying credit in return. Mother did that with any book that I told her I wouldn't read a second time. I lost SO many books that I wish I still had now.


message 3: by Hopey

Hopey I finally updated my books! Woot!


Izlinda Hey! :D


Sheila Lysa! It is so great to see you here at GoodReads! I'm here pretty much every day! No wonder I never sleep! LOL

Sheila


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