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Everyday Sacred: A Women's Journey Home
The English Patient (Vintage International)
The Handmaid's Tale : A Novel
Emotional Alchemy : How the Mind Can Heal the Heart
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Confessions of a Pagan Nun : A Novel
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Bookring: Sarah -- Malek Halter
You can always pm me!
If you're looking for info on my BOOKRAYS or BOOKRINGS check out the
website. Don't hesitate to PM or email me.
The list of books I've read in 2005.
My Bookshelf on one page! (Thanks to CasualReader.net)
My Wish List(Thanks to Cliff1976)
I graduated from Asheville School in 2002 and from UNC-Chapel Hill in the spring of 2007. I have been an avid reader for nearly all of my life. My taste is varied to say the least.
Status symbols on my shelf that I've set:
TBR (To Be Read) - It isn't avaliable yet. It probably means I deemed it a BC book but haven't read it, am currently reading it, or I just wanted to let the previous possessor know that I have it. You can PM and ask me to pass them on when I'm done, but I can't guarentee how fast it'll be done, or whether or not I'll want to part with it.
AVL (Available) - Most likely means what it says. I might have some idea what I want to do with it or who might like it, or I might have forgotten to change this after doing something with it. Nevertheless, the odds are good that I'd be happy to trade or RABCK it to you.
PC (Permanent/Private Collection) - These are books that I am not willing to permanently part with. I might loan them to you, if you ask, I might not. I certainly expect any loaned PC books back in very close to the condition that I last saw them. Why register them then? Because I have plans to loan it out or have loaned it out before and I want to keep track of what people think. If I've received a BC book I plan to keep for a while, maybe forever, I will mark those PC as well. They can still travel some, but I don't want them to travel far away from me forever.
RES (Reserved) - Means what it says: I have set up a trade, RABCK or something of that nature. If you see this and want it, let me know. I'd be happy to pass that information on, wherever the book is going.
TRAV (Traveling) - I don't have it anymore. They may have been wild released, they may have been mailed to someone, or dropped off with friend. If you pm me, I'll give you whatever information I have on its whereabouts.
Rating system I'm going to (try to) use:
10: Excellent, at the top of its category.
9: Great book - just a nitpick stands between it and a 10.
8: Good, solid book, worth rereading.
7: Good book, but I wouldn't read it again.
6: Decent, but not my type of book.
5: Only OK. Barely worth reading. The line between taking it and leaving it is very thin.
4: Maybe somebody else would like this. I didn't.
2-3: Has major problems. I don't recommend it.
1: It's hard to imagine anyone liking this book.