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Wednesday, October 03, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! What's in YOUR cart??

Standing in a line at Sam's.

6 boxes of mailers, one new chair mat to replace the cracked one under the sewing machine chair---

And a treat for me: JK Rowling's new book, The Casual Vacancy---

Because SOME things are just best devoured one page at a time in hard back!!

Mmmmm! Love that new book smell!!

15 comments:

  1. I am reading Casual Vacancy now! JK Rowling is amazing. I can't believe the descriptions of scenes and the depth of the characters. I am really enjoying it. I borrowed it from the Library, but may have to buy it....just like the Harry Porter series. I think I will want to read this again.....definitely will want to share with others.

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  2. Can't wait till you give us your opinion of the book.... I just love
    traveling along with you for your day....most of the time I have to
    shake my head at all you do.

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  3. Let us know how the book is!

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  4. I have to get that book. Let us know what you think.

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  5. I'll be interested to see what you think...I stopped after about 50 pages....

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  6. I almost bought it at SAMs, but couldn't get into the HP series..let me know if it's worth reading please.

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  7. For those that can't get into "reading' the HP books, try the CD versions. The reader, Jim Dale, really brings the stories alive. I liked them so much I saved up and bought the whole set on CD. Your local library probably has the whole series. I have actually sought out books where he is the reader.

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  8. I'm hoping to get my hands on that book too. As much as I love my Kindle and audio books, a good old fashioned book book :) can not be beat!

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  9. I want your opinion on the Rowlings book too. I loved HP, had to read the series over each time a new book came out though. It is a classic!

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  10. I saw it at the grocery story, but currently am 1 1/2 books behind. I also buy books occasionally (cheap on Amazon) even though I use the Kindle. Can't wait to hear more feedback! This may be next on my list!!

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  11. I'm about halfway through it too. I agree- fascinating descriptions. The story is odd....can't really figure out where it's going, but I'm hooked.

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    1. I agree, Joan. I can't figure where this is going either; I am hooked, though.

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  12. Hey, everyone, if you're in doubt about whether a book is worth buying, borrow it from the library! You can log on right now and put it on hold. You can download ebooks and audiobooks to a variety of devices.....and if you're on the road a lot, like Bonnie, you can easily log in to renew what you've got checked out.

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  13. Great quilting minds think alike..I just ordered that book on audio so I can "read" it while sewing!

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