Recent Book Activity
Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
Madam, Will You Talk?
Herbs: Growing and Using
The Celtic Knotwork (Celtic Interest)
In Pursuit of the English
Good Housekeeping Complete Book of Vegetarian Cookery
Lonely Planet : Barcelona
Illumination: A Source Book for Modern Calligraphers
Oryx and Crake
A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian
The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment
The Passion of New Eve
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No, really. Honestly, I do.
A local RABCK (Random Act of Book Crossing Kindness) or a bookray, or very occasionally a book ring is ideal. I have too many possessions and it's a good plan to be just a temporary stop on the way for all these lovely reads. Let me know what you'd like by clicking on the PM messaging icon and I can leave it in the street or maybe a cafe somewhere, anywhere for you to it pick up. Just ask. Really, not enough people are asking. Go on, ask me! I want to loose these books.
Any more questions?
My very, very short wish list:
Although I'm more interested in saying goodbye to books, if you have either of these, I'd be delighted if you'd please PM me.
• Blythman, Joanna (2004) Shopped! The Shocking Truth about British Supermarkets Fourth Estate.
• Simms, Andrew et al (2002/2003) Ghost Town Britain: the threat from economic globalisation to livelihoods, liberty and local economic freedom. and Ghost Town Britain II New Economics Foundation.
thank you :)