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BOKWORMY

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I´m not receiving any PMs so please PM me at susyprr@yahoo.com.au Thanks in Advance! - 9th of March 2007


Reading is one of my passions, I have been reading since I can remember (",) I perfer to read in English since its my mothertongue although I read Portuguese as well.

I´m completely addicted to bookcrossing...

BOOKRINGS THAT I´VE JOINED SO FAR:

Perfect Timing by Jill Mansell thanks to Pinkagirl (Read 05/06) passed on
Blackberry Wine by Joanne Harris thanks to Cinnamon-Girl (Read 05/06) passed on
Just Desserts by Sue Welfare thanks to Bean-Frog (Read 05/06) passed on
Spellbound by Jane Green thanks to Rivercassini (Read May/June/06) passed on
Daughter of Iraq Mayada thanks to EMA375 (Read 06/06) passed on
A Special Relationship by Douglas Kennedy thanks to jaycee1972 (Read 06/06) passed on
Old School Ties by Kate Harrison thanks to Drusillamac (Read 06/06) passed on
Sleeping Arrangements by Madeleine Wickham thanks to angellica (Read 06/06) passed on
A Wedding in December by Anita Shreve thanks to kelwood (Read 06/06) passed on
The Tennis Party by Madeleine Wickham thanks to angellica (Read 07/06) passed on
Baby Proof by Emily Giffin thanks to Flakes (Read 07/06) passed on
The Gatecrasher by Madeleine Wickham thanks to angellica (Read 07/06) passed on
Mixed Doubles by Jill Mansell thanks to pinkagirl (Read 07/06) passed on
The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger thanks to Bean-Frog (Read 07/06) passed on
Good in Bed by Jennifer Weiner thanks to BlossomU (Read 07/06)with me @ the moment
The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd thanks to loveamystery(Read 08/06)passed on
Two´s Company by Jill Mansell thanks to pinkagirl (Read 08/06) passed on
The Bad Mother´s Handbook by Kate Long thanks to Zepplin (Read 08/06) Stayed with me!
The Bad Girl's Guide to Getting Personal by Cameron Tuttle thanks to Heaven150 (Read 08/06) passed on
Goodnight Nodoby by Jennifer Weiner thanks to Amberkatze (Read 08/06) passed on
Life Swap by Jane Green thanks to lisatam (Read 08/06) passed on
Good at Games by Jill Mansell thanks to pinkagirl (Read 08/06) passed on
A Desirable Residence by Madeleine Wickham thanks to angellica (Read 09/06) passed on
The Other Woman by Jane Green thanks to Tazzell (Read 09/06) passed on
Strange Bedpersons by Jennifer Crusie thanks to Tazzell (Read 09/06) Stayed with me!
A Greek God at the Ladies Club by Jenna McKnight thanks to bean-frog (Read 09/06) passed on
Welcome to Temptation by Jennifer Crusie thanks to classicfox (Read 09/06) passed on
Launderama by Sue Margolis thanks to michelle1977 (Read 09/06) passed on
Diary of a Married Call Girl by Tracy Quan thanks to angellica (Read 10/06) passed on
Suddenly Single by Sheila O´Flanagan thanks to michelle1977 (Read 10/06) passed on
Thursday at Eight by Debbie Macomber thanks to booknhand (Read 10/06) passed on
Bombshell by Lynda Curnyn thanks to jenn7747 (Read 10/06) passed on
Something Beginning with by Sarah Salway thanks to katybean (Read 10/06) passed on
Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia thanks to mrsordonez (Read 10/06) passed on
Belle De Jour: Intimate Adventures of a London Call Girl thanks to Drusillamac (Read 10/06) passed on
Making Your Mind Up by Jill Mansell thanks to Amberkatze (Read 11/06) passed on
Where Have All The Boys Gone? by Jenny Colgan thanks to Lovebooks05 (Read 11/06) passed on
Can You Keep a Secret? By Sophie Kinsella thanks to lisatam (Read 11/06) passed on
Open House by Jill Mansell thanks to Amberkatze (Read 11/06) passed on
The Starter Marriage by Kate Harrison thanks to Drusillamac (Read 11/06) passed on
Where Is He Now? by Jennifer Greene thanks to randomelement (Read 11/06) passed on
Kiss by Jill Mansell thanks to michelle1977 (Read 11/06)passed on
My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands by Chelsea Handler thanks to silverstarry (Read 12/06) passed on
Bet Me by Jennifer Cruise thanks to spaceystacey (TBR “the book is in a very bad state, don´t know if I´ll get around to reading it”)
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella thanks to aunt-sophie (Read 12/06) Shared with OliveOils passed on!
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Shopaholic Takes Manhattan by Sophie Kinsella thanks to aunt-sophie (Read 12/06) Shared with OliveOils passed on!
Shopaholic Ties the Knot by Sophie Kinsella thanks to aunt-sophie (Read 12/06) Shared it with OliveOils passed on!
Farewell my Ovaries by Wendy Harmer thanks to froggirlwendy (Read 12/06) passed on!
The Diary of A Manhattan Call Girl by Tracy Quan thanks to angellica (Read 01/07) passed on
The Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd thanks to Twicky (Read 01/07) passed on!
Light on Snow by Anita Shreve thanks to SqueakyChu (Read 12/06) passed on
Faking it by Jennifer Crusie thanks to katintheboots (Read 12/06) passed on
Farewell My Ovaries by Wendy Harmer thanks to froggirlwendy (Read 12/06) passed on
The Little Book of Hugs by Kathleen Keating thanks to eris-in-oz (Read 01/07) passed on
Towelhead by Alicia Erian thanks to humberts-doll (Read 01/07) passed on
1984 by George Orwell thanks to els300 (Read 01/07) passed on
Running in Heels by Anna Maxted thanks to michelle1977 (Read 01/07) passed on
My Favourite Goodbye by Sheila O´Flanagan thanks to michelle1977 (Read 01/07) passed on
Apocalipstick by Sue Margolis thanks to michelle1977 (Read 01/07)passed on
The Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd thanks to Twicky (Read 01/07) passed on!
Snap Happy by Fiona Walker thanks to michelle1977 (Read 02/07) passed on
Perfect Day by Imogen Parker thanks to michelle1977 (Read 02/07) passed on
The Big Gap by Adriana Trigiani thanks to Laura0141 (Read 02/07)passed on
The Pilot's Wife by Anita Shreve thanks to birmingham-rose (Read 02/07)passed on
French Relations by Fiona Walker thanks to michelle1977 (Read 02/07) passed on
Sea Glass by Anita Shreve thanks to krin11 (Read 02/07) passed on!
Crystal Clear by Jane Heller thanks to efs300 (Read 03/07) passed on
Everybody Worth Knowing by Lauren Weisberger thanks to Smurphie(Read 03/07) passed on
Watermelon by Marian Keyes thanks to totoroandmei (Read 03/07) passed on!
Holy Fools by Joanne Harris thanks to Rivercassini (TBR)
Where or When? By Anita Shreve thanks to Froggirlwendy (Read 03/07) passed on
Girl with a One-track Mind: Confessions by Abby Lee thanks to notingnothing (Read 03/07) passed on!
A Place Called Here by Cecilia Ahern thanks to BethanieKay (Read 04/07) OliveOils passed on!
Best Friends by Jacqueline Wilsvon, Nick Sharratt thanks to jirika (Read 04/07) passed on!
30 Coisas Simples que você pode fazer com Energia para salvar a Terra by The Earth Works Group thanks to chocolatebox (Read 04/07) passed on!
Staying at Daisy´s by Jill Mansell thanks to Pinkagirl (Read 04/07) waiting for address!
Angry Housewives Easting Bon Bons by Lorna Landvik thanks to ToxiCKiTTiKiSS (Read 04/07) passed on!
The Waitress by Melissa Nathan thanks to Redhouse (Read 04/07) PM for addy!
The Adultery Club by Tess Stimson thanks to book-man-8 (Read 04/07) passed on!
Paradise Fields by Katie Fforde thanks to LindyLouMac (Read 05/07)passed on!
Empress Orchid by Anchee Min thanks to fairy-dust (Read 05/07) paased on!
The Weight of Water by Anita Shreve thanks to fairy-dust (Read 05/07) passed on!
Anybody Out There by Marian Keyes thanks to Tregossip (Read 06/07) passed on!
A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks thanks to jenptcfan (Read 06/07) passed on!
My Best Friend´s Girl by Dorothy Koomson thanks to Jaycee1972 (Read 06/07) passed on!
Practically Perfect by Katie Fforde thanks to LindyLouMac (Read 06/07) passed on!
The Ivy Chronicles by Karen Quinn thanks to Plum-Crazy (Read 07/07) passed on!
My Sister´s Keeper by Jodi Picoult thanks to Dusties(Read 07/07) passed on!
Fashionistas by Lynn Messina thanks to jenn7747(Read 07/07) with me at the moment!
Dot.Homme by Jane Moore thanks to Tregossip(Read 08/07) passed on!
Housewife Up by Alison Penton Harper thanks to angellica(Read 08/07) passed on!
Singletini: A Novel by Amanda Trimbl thanks to JerrilynnL(Read 08/07) passed on!
The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks thanks to LindyLouMac(Read 08/07) Ray it Forward to PaulaNog
Hot Item by Carly Phillips thanks to darkpunkangel(Read 08/07) waiting for addy!
The Matchbreaker by Chris Manby thanks to Minkymoo76(Read 08/07) passed on!
Destinations by Sheila O´Flanagan thanks to tabby-cat-owner(Read 08/07) passed on!
Eden Close by Anita Shreve thanks to pinkagirl(Read 08/07) passed on
The Village Bride of Beverly Hills by Kavita Daswani thanks to Lobodyke(Read 08/07) waiting for addy!
Bubbles a Broad by Sarah Strohmeyer thanks to book-man-8(Read 08/07) passed on!
Sheer Mischief by Jill Mansell thanks to tabby-cat-owner(Read 09/07) passed on!
Swimming Pool Sunday by Madeleine Wickham thanks to angelica(Read 09/07) waiting for addy!
Virgin Earth by Phillipa Gregory thanks to LindyLouMac(Read 09/07) passed on!
Turning Point by Sivers Bowering thanks to LindyLouMac(Read 09/07) passed on!
Montana Sky by Nora Roberts thanks to Madmadge(Read 10/07) passed on
Keeping Faith by Jodi Picoult thanks to samulli(Read 10/07) passed on!
The Only Best Place by Carolyne Aarsen thanks to laura0141(Read10/07) passed on!
Something Blue by Emily Giffin thanks to themadjock (Reading it 11/07)





BOOKRINGS THAT I´VE JOINED AND WAITING TO COME MY WAY:

-Nadia Knows Best by Jill Mansell
-Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulux
-Date me, Baby, One more time by Stephanie Rowe
-Other people´s Marriage by Shane Watson




AUDIORINGS THAT I´VE JOINTED:

My Forbidden Face Growing Under the Taliban: A young woman´s story by Lafita thanks to Queensissi (May ´06)




BOOKRINGS THAT I´VE STARTED UP:

The Bad Mother´s Handbook by Kate Long Still Open (Portugal only for the time being)
Fica Comigo Esta Noite de Inês Pedrosa Aberto
Sex, Lies and Online Dating by Rachel Gibson PM me to participate!





Good reading everyone!

Stefan loves reading hopefully a future Bookcrosser *-)


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You Know You're From Australia When...


Your next door neighbours can be from Tunisia, Israel, Indonesia, Japan, Zimbabwe, Iraq, Brazil, Spain, Malaysia...

The community is so concerned over the fact that muslim women can't use public swimming pools because there are men present that they have female-only periods.

The Greeks and Mexicans next door ask you over to have a barbeque.

You don't actually use the words 'sheila' or 'shrimp'.

You sleep with Aeroguard on.

You're wearing a cap emblazoned with 'Get A Dog Up Ya.'

You feel obliged to spread salty black stuff that looks like congealed motor oil on bread and actually grow to like it.

You actively dislike Americans, but watch their TV, eat their food and worship their idols.

You think Tall Poppy Syndrome is a national condition.

Democracy means the freedom to draw caricatures of John Howard.

Your idea of a lethal weapon is a slug gun.

The closest you ever got to going overseas was your packet of 5 Days In Rio grundies.

A posh meal = an all-you-can-eat buffet.

The term "musical instrument" also extends to wobbly bits of ply-wood, hand saws, gum leafs and combs.

Your most offensive curse also doubles as an exclamation of awe or amazement, like, "fark orf!"

All of your internationally famous people don't live here.

You think footballers dressing up in drag on TV is funny (but your son being gay isn't).

You relish test cricket - the longest, slowest game in sport (and that's not even counting the replays). After all, what else gives you an excuse to sit on your arse for five days, watch TV and sink piss with your mates?

You don't drink Fosters, but you let the world think you do.

The only thing better than beating the Pohms at ANY sport is giving them shit for it.

You love, adore and admire a particular team/sportstar/actor on a winning streak - until they lose. Then they're just crap and 'past it.'

You can compress several words into one - ie 'g'day', 'd'reckn?' This allows for more space for profanities.

You favour either Holden or Ford - or a souped-up WRX with new kit and a bootful of subwoofer.

Driving down the main street/beach road playing bad techno is your idea of a perfect Saturday night / Sunday arvo.

You make kooky films, sometimes about wayward road trips (across the outback preferably). Quite a few are crap.

You know all the words to Khe Sahn but not the national anthem.

Your nickname ends in 'a' or 'o'.

You have a customised stubby holder.

Your soap stars become pop singers and move to the UK.

You've ever used the words - grouse, tops, ripper, choice, sick, rad, exo, ace, wicked, ballistic - to mean good. And then you place 'bloody' in front of it when you really mean it.

Your cooking apron has plastic breasts on it.

The "Aussie Aussie Aussie! Oi oi oi!" chant has been a religious experience in the past.

The blokes at the local gym think your weight training is an opportunity to ask you out on a date.

The big national sporting events are men-only.

Your politicians believe than sticking the prefix 'un' in front of your nationality is an effective way of making you sit down and shut up.

Our mantras are 'fair go for all', 'mateship' and 'little Aussie battler' - but we still publicly condemn those with different viewpoints to us.

The barbeque is a male-dominated arena. And the women do the salads.

'Fair go for all' excludes indigenous people.

An eight-hour trip to go camping for the weekend isn't out of the question or excessive.

You take pride in living in a tolerant multicultural society but firmly believe that all Poms and Kiwis are fair game.

You insist on asking every celebrity who steps of an aircraft what they think of Australia. If the response is not overwhelmingly positive, they should be subjected to immediate public ridicule.

The private lives of footy and cricket players become more important than local and national news stories.

Slick pick-up lines like 'Wanna shag?' and 'Carn, show us yer tits' can constitute male-to-female conversation.

You say 'no worries' quite often, whether you realise it or not.

You realise you have no Bill of Rights.

The first thing guaranteed to get eaten at parties is fairy bread.

So that's the special ingredients that make up an Aussie - whatever your taste.


You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from Austrailia.





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