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dopsis

From Albany, Western Australia Australia
Age 44
Joined Sunday, April 02, 2006
Recent Book Activity
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books registered 0 132
released in the wild 0 54
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releases caught 0 9
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new member referrals 0 0
forum posts 0 70
Extended Profile
I was introduced to Bookcrossing by my Mother (teachie), when my parents visited me from England. I'm having a great time and enjoying all the funny looks I've been getting when wild releasing. I've recently had a wild release journalled, I was so excited- I still grin when I think about it!! I've also enjoyed reading the discussions on the forum- they're never dull. I might even join in.... when I'm feeling brave enough:)

If you would like to read one of my books, PM me, and I'll send it if I can. (See below)
I work odd hours with lots of nightshifts, so I can't always check my email everyday. If you've tried to contact me and I haven't replyed, I'm probably not ignoring you, I just haven't got your message yet!

Disclaimers:)
These may be changed at any time, depending on how I feel and which direction the wind is blowing in.

Please be aware that the cover art on my books isn't always the same as shown in the journal. So if you get one of my books and you're into cover-art, you have been warned!

I get my books from various sources, some bought new, some bought second-hand, some donated by friends, and some were freed from my parents bookshelf when I emigrated to Australia. Some have been read and re-read by many people and aren't in tip-top condition. If you want to read one of my books, and this sort of thing bothers you, please check with me before I send it and I'll let you know how bad it it:)

If you PM me and I don't reply, don't be offended. I have been known to delete entire folders by accident. Please just try again.

If you'd like to read one of my books, ask. I might say 'no' due to budget constraints or I may have passed it on and forgotten to change the book's status, but I'll let you know.

I have the most beautiful dog in the world. He is often inside when I'm reading. He moults. Please don't ask for books if you don't want the risk of little keepsakes:)


Thanks to rapscallia for the I.T. help :)

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Bookrings and Rays I'm waiting for:
I was a Teenage Dominatrix- Rossella05
Predator- saidenuj
Kathy Reichs series- staggered ring- Redderforum
The Dice Man- cwoods
The Unadulterated Cat-aleonblue
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Bookrings/rays I'm Running:
Blood Work by Michael Connelly (International)


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RABCKs I've been sent.Thanks :)
Ruthless.com-ShadowPi
The Dead Sit Round in a Ring- Kimmi
Nothing Like the Night- Kimmi
The Black Ice- sabeena29
Trunk Music- sabeena29
City of Bones- sabeena29
The Last Coyote- Sternschnuppe28
Doctor Death- Sharky13
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My Birthday RABCK Buddy is sabeena29

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Indulgence is not a bad word as far as you're concerned, your confidence in being yourself is what matters more than all that.The most loyal of friends and always good fun to be around, everyone needs someone like you in their life.
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Your Birthdate: June 29

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You have the mind of an artist, even if you haven't developed the talent yet.

Expressive and aware, you enjoy finding new ways to share your feelings.

You often feel like you don't fit in - especially in traditional environments.

You have big dreams. The problem is putting those dreams into action.



Your strength: Your vivid imagination



Your weakness: Fear of failure



Your power color: Coral



Your power symbol: Oval



Your power month: November



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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.

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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