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wingPoodlesisterwing

From Walthamstow, Greater London United Kingdom
Age 50
Joined Sunday, December 04, 2011
Recent Book Activity
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4 weeks all time
books registered 11 2,037
released in the wild 5 1,208
controlled releases 25 1,423
releases caught 0 138
controlled releases caught 26 1,250
books found 9 886
tell-a-friend referrals 0 0
new member referrals 0 12
forum posts 36 2,917
Extended Profile
I've got much more into Bookcrossing since a Little Free Library was installed near where I live. I'm reading more books as a result. I've also started acquiring books without a home to Bookcross.

Join UK Bookcrossers at the Newcastle Unconvention from 9th to 11th October 2020













If you want my address to send a RABCK: please contact Clairby11xxx who holds my address at all times.
This is courtesy of the RABCK Address Contacts forum thread.

I read a lot of thrillers but not exclusively. I read series in order after collecting the whole series. If you give me a non-wishlist book which is not the first in a series, I may decide to release it without reading it. Mount TBR is already too high!

For Not so secret parcels and Oppem's Birthday Group - I like wishlist books, milk chocolate, and chocolate bars with peanuts, raisins or nuts. Also like toffee and caramel and chewy or soft sweets. BC supplies (especially envelope reuse labels) and wings extensions, chatty letters, nice stamps to save for other Bookcrossers. Donkey-themed gifts and I like the Moomins especially Snorkmaiden and Little My. Pen refills (Parker compatible ballpoint or Rollerball blue or black ink), postcards and writing paper. Eco-friendly, ethical, plastic-free and fair-trade things too. I’d love some Oppem Birthday Group labels to put on my envelopes. And Southernfryed and JosieRivers sent me some wonderful return address labels with my profile photo, BC name and real name and address which I am rapidly using so more would be much appreciated.

Books to read soon
Blood Orange
Cilka’s Journey

Books to Send


Books sent
More Weird Things Customers Say In Bookshops
All these lonely people

Books read in 2020
June
82 End of Watch - Stephen King
May
81. All these lonely people - Gervase Phinn
80. Medicine Walk - Richard Wagamese
79. The Wisdom of Donkeys - Andy Merrifield
78. The Rest Is History - Mark Seaman
77. Insomniac City - Bill Hayes
76. Shadow Life - Barry Denenburg
75. The Bloody Tower - Carola Dunn
74. More Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops - Jen Campbell
73. Gunpowder Plot - Carola Dunn
72. Bizarre London - David Long
71. Homecoming - MC Beaton
70. Romance - MC Beaton
69. Fall of a Philanderer - Carola Dunn
68. Folly - MC Beaton
April
67. A Mourning Wedding - Carola Dunn
66. Die Laughing - Carola Dunn
65. Blether - Various
64. Into the dark - Karen Rose
63. Mistletoe and Murder - Carola Dunn
62. The Hunting Party - Lucy Foley
61. The Curse of the Murdered Muckraker - Carola Dunn
60. Summer on the Little Cornish Isles - Phillipa Ashley
59.To Davy Jones Below - Carola Dunn
58. Rattle His Bones - Carola Dunn
March
57. Styx and Stones - Carola Dunn
56. Dead in the Water - Carola Dunn
55. Damsel in Distress - Carola Dunn
54. Death on the Flying Scotsman - Carola Dunn
53. Requiem for a Mezzo - Carola Dunn
52. The Winter Garden Mystery - Carola Dunn
51. Death at Wentwater Court - Carola Dunn
50. Four Waifs on our Doorstep - Trisha Merry
49. The Long Ride Home - Rupert Isaacson
48. Of Women in the Twenty-First Century - Shami Chakrabarti
47. Just Another Kid - Torey Hayden
46. Sycamore Row - John Grisham
45. A Time to Kill - John Grisham
44. A Cornish Lady - Nicola Pryce
February
43. Nowhere to Hide - Alex Walters
42. Trust No One - Alex Walters
41. Dear Ijeawele A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions - Chimamanda Adichie
40. Circe - Madeline Miller
39. Rituals - Kelley Armstrong
38. Walking - Erling Kagge
37. Betrayals - Kelley Armstrong
36. How to live like your cat - Stéphane Garnier
35. Deceptions - Kelley Armstrong
34. Visions - Kelley Armstrong
33. Omens - Kelley Armstrong
32. The Night Fire - Michael Connelly
31. The Great Cornish Getaway - Fern Britton
30. Throw Out Fifty Things - Gail Blanke
29. Winter - Ali Smith
28. Moominpappa at Sea - Tove Jansson
27. House of Sacrifice - Anna Smith Spark
26. Brighter Than The Sun - Julia Quinn
25. Everything and the Moon - Julia Quinn
24. The Utterly Otterleys - Mairi Hedderwick
23. No Man’s Mistress - Mary Balogh
22. Target - Simon Kernick
21. The Tiger in the Attic - Edith Milton
20. Spring on the Little Cornish Isles - Philippa Ashley
January
19. The Duchess Deal - Tessa Dare
18. King’s Curse - Philippa Gregory
17. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls - Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo
16. Ash and Bones - Mike Ashton
15. A Christmas Proposal - Mary Balogh
14. Rebel - Scottish Book Trust
13. Kaspar: Prince of Cats - Michael Morpurgo
12. Time’s Legacy - Barbara Erskine
11. Becoming - Michelle Obama
10. My Fundamental Rights in the European Union
9. The Jump-Off Creek - Molly Gloss
8. A Comfortable Wife - Stephanie Laurens
7. Uprooted - Naomi Novik
6. The Buddha in the Attic - Julie Otsuka
5. Mary Boleyn - Alison Weir
4. A Regency Gentleman’s Passion - Diane Gaston
3. The Tattooist of Auschwitz - Heather Morris
2. Whistle Cat Comes to Rye - Tony Moxon and Barbara Denman
1. Five Go Gluten-free - Bruno Vincent

Books read in 2019 - 178
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Books read in 2018 - 195
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Books read in 2017 - 142
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Books read in 2016 - 161
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Books read in 2015 - 153
https://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/13790290

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