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Book Talk » Happy Weekend! What are you reading on 23rd & 24th January » Jonathan Wild by Henry Fielding-still funny 270 yrs later
this is definitely a take the dictionary out book-but enjoying it
Book Talk » 14th and 15th January - Tell us what you're reading at the end of the week » Re: Lock27, I'm not sure I understand your comment?
sorry for delay on answer- I "My mind had wandered off and I was daydreaming while running the words past my eyes " I dont know think its bad to daydream while reading- but the mountain of TBR will never shrink that way…
Book Talk » 14th and 15th January - Tell us what you're reading at the end of the week » Re: A Spot of Bother - Mark Haddon
Lock27 11 yrs ago | 2 replies
Haha- been their done that
Book Talk » Recommendations please. My son informed me... » Re: I like travel writers - especially funny ones like ...
Or any Bill Bryson!
Lock27 12 yrs ago | 1 replies
my friend sent me this info Granite City Illinois Public Library Book sale, May 28-30 Fri 4-9, Sat 9-noon Preview: Thu 6-9; $5 admission, Friends free 20,000 books; 80% donated; 40% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restr…
Book Talk » April 13th - what are you reading on Easter Monday (Bank Holiday here in UK)? » Re: Dewey the library cat
one of my favorites, savor it.
Book Talk » April 13th - what are you reading on Easter Monday (Bank Holiday here in UK)? » 1776- time to learn some history
usually my history of America is in the form of a western- took a more adult read this time.
Granite City that is- I send a lot of books by boat up the Illinois River- perhaps you will see one some day- dont be discouraged on the low journal entry and focus on the fun part of clearing your shelves !!
Book Talk » What are your reads of the weekend March 27th, 28, & 29th » Echoes of Their Voices: A Saga of the Pioneers Who Pushed the Frontier Westward
seems focused around the town of Cahokia Illinois- and has many families and their origins packed in- I will definitely have to go to the town and check it out when I finish. I sort of feel like like I am reading it for …
Book Talk » What are you reading March 5th and 6th? Are you enjoying it? » Undaunted courage- stephen Ambrose
Lock27 12 yrs ago | 1 replies
read Sacajawea by Anne lee Waldo recently and figured I would see the male perspective of the trip- Steven Ambrose never disappoints but this is not a book to fly though. taking forever-
Book Talk » 24th and 25th January - what are you reading this last weekend of January? » Tender by Mark Childress
sort of a psudo Elvis story. I really like Childress's books- and have a fellow BC'er to trade it to.
I didn't even read the book that had the label from book Crossing, but it was my first introduction to the community. cannot imagine them pitching books, some were in rather rough condition, with them being 10 for a doll…
(Not-So-) Random Acts of BookCrossing Kindness » Soooo today is my boyfriend's 22nd birthday and I have a genius idea.... » stretching the holiday
I always celebrate for a few days! he should too!
Book Talk » January 14th and 15th - what are you reading and is it cold where you are? » 5 and -7 wind chill on Mississippi River by St Louis- First among equals
just started the Jeffery Archer tale, just love his work.
Book Talk » November 28-30 What are you Reading? » Re: Starting How To Be Good by Nick Hornby and just finished
Lock27 13 yrs ago | 1 replies
did ya like "water for elephants" it is at the top of my TBR stack?
Book Talk » November 28-30 What are you Reading? » D is for Deadbeat after finishing Sacajawea -all 1400 pgs.
Lock27 13 yrs ago
needed to give my wrist a rest-