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Registered by winginnaewing of Aurora, Colorado USA on 10/17/2009
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status (set by love2cook): to be read


12 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by winginnaewing from Aurora, Colorado USA on Saturday, October 17, 2009

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A very teeny book with quotations sort of related to stress. I found it in my husband's old Prius when I inherited her. 


Journal Entry 2 by winginnaewing from Aurora, Colorado USA on Sunday, February 21, 2010

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This little book is travelling with my "First Lines" Bookbox.
Please choose a book based on the first line. Pick a few if you like, just replace the number you take out. Then wrap it, tag it and mail it on to the next participant.

Please make a journal entry telling us what book you chose by sharing with us the first line and then naming the title. This will be the only time that titles are revealed.

Next, list what you have added to the box by listing the first line. Please do not list the name of the book(s) you add, only the first line. The only time a title should be mentioned is when you have chosen one. (thanks to 300dogs for these directions - they were adapted from the judge a book by its cover bookbox :-)

The order:
Aramena (OK)
300dogs (NJ)
wildflower37 (NJ)
ladilee24 (DE)
svoight (TN)
momofap (IA)
nmugirl (MI)
sarkiegirl (CA)
back to me...:-) <---the box made it home!! June 21, 2010

The first lines of the books that started the box: (I have been kind of loose with where the first line was taken from, sometimes from the first chapter, sometimes from the introduction. I often dashed out the names, as that might give it away -- enjoy and have fun!!)

-He came to our place one Sunday in November 189-.
-Oh great. A storm. On top of everything else.
-Why do many mattresses have floral graphics on them?
-"My life is just really, really great," reflects W--- S----.
-Oblivion.
-I had called in at my friend P-----'s rooms to find him sadly overworked.
-Once there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy.
-"Where's Papa going with that ax?"
-March 5, 1973, Dale City, California--I'm Late.
-When a life is imperiled or a dire situation is at hand, safe alternatives may not exist.
-I dreamed of blood, and I awoke in a frozen darkness, wondering why I was not yet dead.
-The sun was already sinking into the deep green of the hills to the west of the valley, the red and gray-pink of its
shadows touching the corners of the land, with F---- O------- began his descent.
-Morgan stared at the ugly brown dress spread across the bed.
-E----- was spread over the ponyskin chair before the picture window, huarachos crossed on the typewriter table, a
ten-inch frosted glass in his hand, and the corpse at his feet.
-If this typewriter can't do it, then fuck it, it can't be done.
-On a Wednesday evening in early December, Dismas Hardy, standing at the thin line of dark cherry in the light hardwood
floor of his office, threw a dart.
-The Crown refuses to take any responsibility for the effects that this highly fictional account may have on anyone who is
gullible enough to believe that the planet "Earth" exists or that any of the ridiculous actions occurring thereon
have anything to do with accepted fact.
-Jake Ferriter was coming home.
-He was an inch, perhaps two, under six feet, powerfully built, and he advanced straight at you with a slight stoop of the shoulders, head forward, and a fixed from-under stare which made you think of a charging bull.

 


Journal Entry 3 by wingAramenawing from Moore, Oklahoma USA on Monday, March 01, 2010

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Box arrived at my office today! Will take it home with me tonight and hopefully make my choices soon. I'll be back! 


Journal Entry 4 by wingAramenawing from Moore, Oklahoma USA on Monday, March 01, 2010

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Okay, I have made my selections, and happily unwrapped them! So here's what I picked:

- If this typewriter can't do it, then fuck it, it can't be done. -- Still Life With Woodpecker by Tom Robbins
- The sun was already sinking into the deep green of the hills to the west of the valley, the red and gray-pink of its shadows touching the corners of the land, when Flick Ohmsford began his descent. -- The Sword of Shannara by Terry Brooks
-Morgan stared at the ugly brown dress spread across the bed. -- The Enchanted Land by Jude Deveraux
- I dreamed of blood, and I awoke in a frozen darkness, wondering why I was not yet dead. -- Raven by S.A Swiniarski
-Oh great. A storm. On top of everything else. -- Wicked: Witch & Curse, by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie

Here are the first lines of the books I'm adding to the box:

- Indian summer is like a woman.
- "I disagree with you, Mr. President," Sam Brentwood said.
- The reporter shoved the microphone into her face.
- If only he would change...If only I could change him...
- Of course I have secrets.

I should get my books wrapped tomorrow, and be able to get to the post office within a day or two! 


Journal Entry 5 by wingAramenawing at Moore, Oklahoma USA on Friday, March 05, 2010

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Mailed off today! Thanks for this innae, it was fun!

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Journal Entry 6 by 300dogs from Jackson, New Jersey USA on Thursday, March 11, 2010

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This was the 4th bookbox to arrive this week! It made it here safely but the box needs replacing already. Once I make my picks and find a replacement box I will send it on.
 


Journal Entry 7 by 300dogs from Jackson, New Jersey USA on Saturday, March 13, 2010

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Oh decisions, decisions! I unwrapped:

"When a life is imperiled or a dire situtation is at hand, safe alternatives may not exist." This is from The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook.

"Why do many mattresses have floral graphics on them?" From How Do Astronauts Scratch an Itch

The replacement box was a bit bigger so I added a few extras.

Added:
"With Thanksgiving dinner less than twelve hours gone by, the house still smelled of pumpkin pie and green bean casserole."

"The young mothers were telling each other how tired they were."

"At the stroke of eleven on a cool April night, a woman named Joey Perrone went overboard from a luxury deck of the cruise liner M.V. Sun Duchess."

"Deputy Keith Clayton hadn't heard them approach, and up close, he didn't like the looks of them anymore than he had the first time he'd seen them."

"After a solid year of visits to the clinic, Sarah was starting to find the decor annoying." 


Journal Entry 8 by 300dogs at by mail, A Bookbox -- Controlled Releases on Wednesday, March 17, 2010

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Happy St. Patrick's Day!!

Mailed today to wildflower37--enjoy! 


Journal Entry 9 by wildflower37 from Montclair, New Jersey USA on Friday, March 19, 2010

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Got it already! Thanks, 300dogs, for sending me 2 book boxes within a week! And, it was a tough week at work so the "stressed out book" as well as the surprises will be fun.

Took out:
"March 5, 1973, Dale City, California - I'm Late" - A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer (love the map wrapping paper)

"With Thanksgiving dinner less than twelve hours gone by, the house still smelled of pumpkin pie and green bean casserole." - The Paper Bag Christmas by Kevin Alan Milne

"The Young Mothers were telling each other how tired they were." - Little Children by Tom Perotta

Can't wait to read them!

I added:
"In some distant arcade, a clock tower calls out six times and then stops."

"It was the summer of 1923, the summer I came down from Cambridge, when despite my aunt's wishes that I return to Shropshire, I decided my future lay in the capital and took up a small flat at Number 14b Bedford Gardens in Kensington." (Whew!)

"Birdsong strikes up and musters in the first soft press of dawn."

"In Africa, you want more, I think."

Contacting next BCer to send along next week. 


Journal Entry 10 by wildflower37 at by mail, A Bookbox -- Controlled Releases on Saturday, March 27, 2010

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On its way again. Mailed today. Sorry for holding for a few extra days. Hope you enjoy! 


Journal Entry 11 by ladilee24 from Newark, Delaware USA on Sunday, April 04, 2010

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This arrived Friday, but I've had company all weekend so just getting a chance to journal now. I'll make my choices and post them shortly. 


Journal Entry 12 by ladilee24 from Newark, Delaware USA on Sunday, April 04, 2010

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Took out:

"My life is just really, really great," reflects W--- S----. - Will Power: A Biography of Will Smith, Jan Berenson

E----- was spread over the ponyskin chair before the picture window, huarachos crossed on the typewriter table, a ten-inch frosted glass in his hand, and the corpse at his feet. - The Origin of Evil, Ellery Queen

Of course I have secrets. - Can You Keep A Secret, Sophie Kinsella


"In some distant arcade, a clock tower calls out six times and then stops." - Einstein's Dreams, Alan Lightman

Oblivion. - Eternal Pleasures, Nina Banks

Adding:

A surging, seething, murmuring crowd of beings that are human only in name, for to the eye and ear they seem naught but savage creatures, animated by vile passions and by the lust of vengeance and of hate.

K--- W--- sat in warm bathwater in the weird but wonderful old-fashioned porcelain tub in her New York apartment.

Steve swung a cast iron skillet through the door of a cupboard, spraying the kitchen with broken glass and china, and Dub ducked back through the doorway.

A wind from heaven blew upon the fire of hell and spread damnation.

Like a cradle the hearse rocked him gently.


Thanks to innae for organizing the box. I'll get this in the mail in the next few days.


 


Journal Entry 13 by wingbookstogivewing from Springville, Tennessee USA on Monday, April 12, 2010

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Received today in the mail, what a cute little journal book! I will make my selection tonight and have pm'd the next in line. 


Journal Entry 14 by wingbookstogivewing from Springville, Tennessee USA on Monday, April 12, 2010

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Ok..After much thinking and studying the cute packages these are the ones that called out to me:

He came to our place one Sunday in November 189-:
This is The Lost Estate by Alain Fournier

Like a cradle the hearse rocked him gently"
This is Praying for Sleep by Jeffery Deaver

On a Wednesday evening in early December, D---- H----, standing at the thin line of dark cherry in the light hardwood floor of his office, threw a dart:
This was Betrayal by John Lescroart

The Crown refuses to take any responsibility for the effects that this highly fictional account may have on anyone who is gullible enough to believe that the planet "Earth" exists or that any of the ridiculous actions occurring thereon have anything to do with accepted fact:
This was The Enemy Within by L. Ron Hubbard

At the stroke of eleven on a cool April night, a woman named Joey Perrone went overboard from a luxury deck of the cruise liner M.V. Sun Duchess:
This was Skinny Dip by Carl Hiaasen

Steve swung a cast iron skillet through the door of a cupboard, spraying the kitchen with broken glass and china, and Dub ducked back through the doorway:
This was Skull Session by Daniel Hecht

Deputy Keith Clayton hadn't heard them approach, and up close, he didn't like the looks of them anymore than he had the first time he'd seen them:
This was The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks

K--- W--- sat in warm bathwater in the weird but wonderful old-fashioned porcelain tub in her New York apartment:
This was Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson


These are the lucky books that are going traveling:

Christmas Eve was cold and treacherous with black ice, and crime crackling on scanners.

What was that old saying--Bad news comes in threes?

Life's a bitch and then you die.

Jules DeMario was a creature of the night, in a city where night was king.

Jane hugged her lunch booty to her chest as she stepped out of the elevator

Do you think you're a nymphomanic?

It's beautiful, C.J. murmured, examining the curiously pockmarked amber cross.

Ronald Reagan is on television, giving a speech because he wants to be president.

Got the next address-box will get moving by Wed-will post back with DC# 


Journal Entry 15 by wingbookstogivewing at Sheldon, Iowa USA on Wednesday, April 14, 2010

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Sending out to the next in line, thanks for letting me play it was great fun! DC # 9102150134711120815075 


Journal Entry 16 by momofap from Sheldon, Iowa USA on Thursday, May 20, 2010

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The Box is in Sheldon, Iowa. Thanks for allowing me to be a part of the box.

I took out:
If only he would change...If only I could change him.
Jane hugged her lunch booty to her chest as she stepped out of the elevator.

I put in:
As a landlubber, I could only rely on my imagination so much.
Love is God's creation, the whole and every grain of sand in it. 


Journal Entry 17 by nmugirl from Frankfort, Michigan USA on Monday, May 24, 2010

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The box came this morning so exciting. I will look at the books tommorrow. Have a beautiful day. 


Journal Entry 18 by nmugirl at Frankfort, Michigan USA on Sunday, May 30, 2010

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I went through the bookbox.

I took out Birdsong strikes up and musters in the first soft press of dawn. (The Fruit of Stone). After a solid year of visits to the clinic, Sarah was starting to find the decor annoying. (Just Breathe). Life's A Bitch And Then You Die. (Still Water). I had called in at my friend Poirot's rooms to find him sadly overworked. (Surpise! Suprise!)

I put into the bookbox Bessie and I have been together since time began, or so it seems. Streaks of lightning signaled a threatening thunderstorm as the Manhattan Limited hurled over the ballasted rails piercing the New York countryside. Camille had either been the world's most powerful hurricane or the largest tornado in history. In my dreams,Im five years old again and it's a summer night at out camp at spring creek.

I was asked by the next person in line for this bookbox to be slow with it so I will mail it to her on June 7th. I enjoyed deciding on what books to take from this lovely bookbox.

 


Journal Entry 19 by nmugirl at Frankfort, Michigan USA on Tuesday, June 08, 2010

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The bookbox was mailed to sarkiegirl today as promised. The delivery confirmation number is 0309 0330 0001 3439 2312. Thanks to innae for letting me participate in this bookbox. 


Journal Entry 20 by sarkiegirl at La Quinta, California USA on Sunday, June 13, 2010

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Yay!!! Received today! I will try to make my choices quickly and get it back out there! 


Journal Entry 21 by sarkiegirl at La Quinta, California USA on Sunday, June 13, 2010

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okay! I unwrapped! I always wrap before I unwrap. Weird, little OCD me!

Here is what I unwrapped: "Do you think you're a nympomanic?" Bill wants to know.
(A Round Heeled woman: My late-life Adventures in Sex and Romance)
This pick is HILARIOUS because I just picked this book up a week or two ago in the book nook at my library!!!! I can't believe that I didn't remember the first line! That's what I get for being a sex obsessed fiend or something! lol I'm going to release it to the goddess bookbox! Perfect timing!!!!

I also unwrapped: What was that old saying, bad news comes in threes?
Scrooge Wore Spurs
I don't read romance, so I will release it elsewhere.

The last one was: In my dream, I've five years old again and it's a summer night at our camp in Spring Creek.
It's Little Altars Everywhere. I DO have Ya Ya, but I don't have this one, and something always stopped me from buying it. So, I'm glad I found it in the box!
1 outta 3 aint bad, right? ;)

Here's what I wrapped!
"Prendila con filosifa" is the Tuscan response to just about every worm-devoured fruit in the garden of life.

Dear God, I am fourteen years old.

and

Back in the late 1970's, when I was fifteen years old, I spent every penny I then had in the bank to fly across the continent in a 747 jet to Brandon, Manitoba, deep in the Canadian prairies, to witness a total eclipse of the sun.

Now I'm just waiting on an address, and then I will send it out in a couple of days. Thanks a lot, and have fun! 


Journal Entry 22 by sarkiegirl at La Quinta, California USA on Friday, June 18, 2010

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sending it back to innae today! Yay!! Hopefully, you find some fun stuff for yourself!

Editing so I can add delivery confirmation number

03093220000207024329 


Journal Entry 23 by winginnaewing at Aurora, Colorado USA on Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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My latest bookbox made it home...thanks to everyone for playing!! Below is a list of the first lines and the books that match them (these are the ones that came home with the box) - just in case you were dying to know what some of them were :-)

"Love is God's creation, the whole and every grain of sand in it" - Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's Soul
"'Prendila con filosifa' is the Tuscan response to just about every worm-devoured fruit in the garden of life" - Secrets of Sant' Angelo
"Back in the lat 1970's, when I was fifteen years old, I spent every penny I then had in the bank to fly across the continent in a 747 jet to Brandon, Manitoba, deep in the Canadia prairies, to witness a total eclipse of the sun." - Generation X
"Dear God, I am fourteen years old" - The Color Purple
"Camille had either been the world's most powerful hurricane or the largest tornado in history." - Without Remorse
"The reporter shoved the microphone into her face." - False Pretenses
"'I disagree with you, Mr. President,' Sam Brentwood said." - Independence!
"Bessie and I have been together since time began, or so it seems." - Having Our Say
"Streaks of lightning signaled a threatening thunderstorm as the Manhattan Limited hurled over the ballasted rails piercing the New York countryside." - Night Probe!
"Christmas Eve was cold and treacherous with black ice, and crime crackling on scanners." - From Potter's Field
"Once there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy." - The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
"He was an inch, perhaps two, under six feet, powerfully build, and he advanced straight at you with a slight stoop of the shoulders, head forward, and a fixed from-under stare which made you think of a charging bull." - Lord Jim
"Jake Ferriter was coming home." - Master of Cashel
"As a landlubber, I could only rely on my imagination so much." - Sleeping with the Fishes
"It's beautiful, C.J. murmured, examining the curiously pockmarked amber cross" - By a Lady
"Indian summer is like a woman." - Peyton Place
"A wind from heaven blew upon the fire of heal and spread damnation." - The Silent Woman
"A surging, seething, murmuring crowd of beings that are human only in name, for to the eye and ear they seem naught but savage creatures, animated by vile passions and by the lust of vengeance and of hate." -The Scarlet Pimpernel
"Ronald Reagan is on television, giving a speech because he wants to be president." - The Center of Everything
"Where's Papa going with that ax?" - Charlotte's Web
"Jules DeMario was a creature of the night, in a city where night was king." - Immortal Bad Boys
"It was the summer of 1923, the summer I came down from Cambridge, when despite my aunt's wishes that I return to Shropshire, I decided my future lay in the capital and took up a small flat at Number 14b Bedford Gardens in Kensington." - When We Were Orphans
"In Africa, you want more, I think." - Mating
 


Journal Entry 24 by winginnaewing at Aurora, Colorado USA on Wednesday, August 24, 2011

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Headed out with my Harlequin book box (it is starting with mostly Harlequin type books, however any (and I do mean ANY) book can be put back in. I have inherited many Harlequins and their like from a friend's mom, and want some different variety for releasing...so it doesn't have to even be a book you think anyone should or would read.

Please use whatever shipping is cheapest (usually media mail) as this box is pretty big :-)

Have fun! (oh, and please keep this little book with the box)

The order...

copchic905 (MO)
Aramena (OK)
love2cook (TX)
NancyNova (PA)
back to me, innae (CO) 


Journal Entry 25 by copchic905 at St. Louis, Missouri USA on Saturday, September 03, 2011

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Recieved today :) Will pull & add then ship out :) 


Journal Entry 26 by copchic905 at St. Louis, Missouri USA on Saturday, September 03, 2011

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Released 6 yrs ago (9/3/2011 UTC) at St. Louis, Missouri USA

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Sent on to next in line :) 


Journal Entry 27 by wingAramenawing at Moore, Oklahoma USA on Friday, September 09, 2011

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Arrived today. I have a little stack of books in my bedroom that have been waiting for this box, so I'll be ready to send it back out as soon as I have the next person's address.  


Journal Entry 28 by wingAramenawing at Moore, Oklahoma USA on Monday, September 12, 2011

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Box mailed today! Thanks for starting this innae, it was fun going through it and deciding which books to pick!  


Journal Entry 29 by winglove2cookwing at Pearland, Texas USA on Thursday, September 15, 2011

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Received the harlequin bookbox today. What a cute Journal book! I'll try to decide which of these lovely little harlequins want to stay with me for a short visit. I'll try to get it in the mail tomorrow or no later than Monday.

Edited to include my selections:
Amethyst Mist by Fayrene Preston
Touch the Wind by Janet Dailey
A Man of Honor by Tina Leonard
Foxfire Light by Janet Dailey
No Gentle Persuasion by Kay Thorpe
Lord of the High Lonesome by Janet Dailey
The Mating Season by Janet Dailey
That Carolina Summer by Janet Dailey
Dakota Dreamin' by Janet Dailey

Putting in:
Rainbow's End by Irene Hannon
Falcon's Lair by Sara Orwig
The Third Mrs. Mitchell by Lynnette Kent
The Dirty Bits by Leslie Cunliffe, Craig Brown & Jon Connell
His Hired Baby by Jacqueline Diamond
A Time to Dream by Penny Jordan
Between Duty and Desire by Leanne Banks
A Mom for Callie by Laura Bradford
Dixon's Bluff by Sally Tyler Hayes

Thanks for including me. 


Journal Entry 30 by winglove2cookwing at -- Mail or by hand-rings, RABCK, meetings --, Pennsylvania USA on Sunday, September 18, 2011

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Released 6 yrs ago (9/18/2011 UTC) at -- Mail or by hand-rings, RABCK, meetings --, Pennsylvania USA

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Innae's Harlequin Bookbox is now on its way to NancyNova in Pennsylvania. Happy traveling! 


Journal Entry 31 by wingNancyNovawing at Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Thursday, September 29, 2011

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Box was waiting on my front porch when I got back from visiting my married kid in North Carolina. Found the little journal book tucked in - and will peruse the box further over the weekend. 


Journal Entry 32 by wingNancyNovawing at Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Saturday, October 01, 2011

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Loved the quotes in this little book that is the journal for the box.

Took out:
A Time to Dream by Penny Jordan
A Mom for Callie by Laura Bradford
His Hired Baby by Jacqueline Diamond
Twin Oaks by Anne Logan
Family Practice by Bobby Hutchinson
Mommy Heiress by Linda Randall Wisdom
Soul Winners New Testament Bible (which I strangely just had a request for, so it's heading out soon!)

Put in:
The Last Juror by John Grisham (very good story)
Secrets by Jude Deveraux
On a Wild Night by Stephanie Laurens
A Good Yarn by Debbie Macomber
My Outlaw by Linda Lael Miller

Will be shipped when I have innae's address. 


Journal Entry 33 by wingNancyNovawing at Aurora, Colorado USA on Saturday, October 08, 2011

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Going back home with his new friends in the book box today! 


Journal Entry 34 by winginnaewing at Aurora, Colorado USA on Wednesday, October 12, 2011

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Another successful bookbox has arrived back home!! Thank you everyone for playing!!  


Journal Entry 35 by winginnaewing at Aurora, Colorado USA on Monday, December 05, 2011

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Getting ready to head out again. This time with my weather themed bookbox!! 


Journal Entry 36 by winglove2cookwing at Pearland, Texas USA on Monday, December 19, 2011

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I received this "Weather bookbox" from innae today in the mail. I don't see a list of particapantes........PMing innae to find out whos next. 


Journal Entry 37 by winginnaewing at Aurora, Colorado USA on Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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SMOOTHLY forgot to put the list in the journal entries...sigh.

love2cook
Skylerdragon
bookstogive
emmmersss
k00kaburra
angelface46
back to innae

Thanks love2cook for PMing me to get this.  


Journal Entry 38 by winglove2cookwing at Pearland, Texas USA on Friday, December 23, 2011

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I've made my selection and have replaced it with one I've read. So this box is ready to go as soon as I hear back from Skylerdragon. 


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