- Make sure you have the sort options set to "Flat - Latest First" so you can see who is next in line to be tagged.
Do this by looking at my profile picture next to "Australasia Wishlist Tag Game" you will see "Sort Options" click on the downward arrow and select "Flat - Latest First" and this will keep my original post in place, but the posts beneath it will be most recent, so you can see who is next in line to be tagged.
Tagging crimson-tide with The Signature Of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert. This one I have read previously and up there with my best reads from last year. I will post this one along with the others I owe you next week as I have enough for a 3kg prepaid satchel. Enjoy :)
for books published in 2014 - winners announced in 2016 apparently, so work that timing out... categories include fiction, poetry, nonfiction, australian fiction, young adult, children
anyhoo for fiction
Amnesia by Peter Carey (Penguin Books Australia) Golden Boys by Sonya Hartnett (Penguin Books Australia) In Certain Circles by Elizabeth Harrower (Text Publishing) The Golden Age by Joan London (Random House Australia) To Name Those Lost by Rohan Wilson (Allen & Unwin)
With "Follow me down" by Tanya Bryne http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13696623/ It's AVL and ready to send I've also done some cleaning up of my Wishlist over Xmas and I can be Tagged to an address in Victoria, Aus ;)
"How Proust Can Change Your Life" by Alain de Botton Wished for on 3/14/2009
Thank you I was starting to get a "complex" I thought my suggest something on my wish list made it easy for people. That book you have chosen is the last of a list I copied into my wish list of the 100 greatest non fiction books. I wonder what it is all about?
again, even though I haven't posted the other books yet. I'll post the other ones tomorrow and this can go in the next parcel. I seem to always be posting books to Australia that have only just come from Australia. There must be a more efficient way of doing this! ;)
"I do love secondhand books that open to the page some previous owner read oftenest. The day Hazlitt came, he opened to 'I hate to read new books,' and I hollered 'Comrade!' to whoever owned it before me."