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January 19, 2010



ps - i just got my very first (as an adult) library card!!! i am quite excited.

I can't wait to see your favorite reads - I love any chance to add new books to my to-read list.... even though it's already miles & miles long.

This is IT! The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery! I am 3/4 through the book and I only started reading it last Saturday. This book was on the NYTimes Best Sellers list. READ IT!

oh, i love it. you find the very best stuff.

I really really need to read more. I need some good short story tips.


What a great concept - adding one of the icons to my blog now.

Long live the printed word & lovely local libraries!

fantastic. the printed word will never go out of style in my book. thanks for the tip on the sweet collaboration!

nice. i just finished The Bell Jar and Franny and Zooey. Two classics that I hadn't read since college. Definitely good for the intellect and the vocabulary and the formal reminder of good writing.

I have a reading list and lately it hasn't moved an inch! Haven't got around to finish a current book for ages, too much distraction.

Adding the icon on my blog, too. =)

i love this...what a fantastic idea.

I'm so old school (perhaps a closet luddite...) I LOVE real books...can't imaging reading anything on a kindle.


i love it! i'm adding it now.

Oh, thank you for sharing this! I'm such a book and magazine geek and I'm always filling my shelves to overflowing!

Oh no! This reminds me that Jane Eyre is overdue...

This is a great idea. I have a whole shelf of books that need reading.

I did this. Yey. I think my reading time has been sucked into the computer...

Love it! I will always embrace the printed word. Who needs a kindle when you can feel the weight of a book in your hand and smell its pages as you read?

this is so wonderful! i added the icon to my blog right away.

I love this. Thanks for sharing. I just put it on my blog :).

Yeah another guilty of not reading enough. When I do read it is nerdy Star Wars novels. Sucker for those.

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