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Sherlockfan 4 yrs ago
I have been helped by Edwardstreet to find the address that I had mislaid so will send an email later today. Thanks ES. Sherlockfan

Sherlockfan 4 yrs ago | 7 replies
I have mislaid the entry that was posted with details what to send if one wants to join in the Christmas Ornament Exchange. Is it still open or has my delay meant I've missed out? Hope Not. I have pretty regularly join…

Sherlockfan 6 yrs ago | 4 replies
I am heading to Perth tomorrow and am trying hard to find one or more BXers in Perth because I have a friend there who has a lot of books to disperse and thinks that bookcrossing would suit her. I only have around 4 day…

Sherlockfan 7 yrs ago | 8 replies
I knew it was a mistake to look on this thread. Now I'll be going over all the postings I've just read and feeling so sad and sorry that I couldn't be there enjoying such enchanting company. Have a great bookcrossin…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
Thoroughly enjoy this group and look forward to another year. I will likely be away part of July and all of August unless Paris becomes un-visitable if these most recent attacks continue to plague that poor benighted …

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago | 1 replies
I really can't believe the behaviour of these people. They are making themselves look quite stoopid. Seems you might be headed for the courts and then how are they going to look? Hang in there dear friend. You must be …

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
As you know I have great faith in the legal profession and guess if you have someone who is used to employment related matters you should be well protected. Still cannot believe the employers would be so blind not to r…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
I'm so very sorry to read this. Just when I've been feeling so full of great thoughts about the huge effort you have been making for the blighters through FB. Are they blind or something? There is another set of shoulde…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/492-13352155 The author of this book is Ethiopian and a significant portion of the book is set in that country, its culture and elements of its history permeate herein. Jas…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
Getrude Matshe tells the story of her life so far, and for a girl of humble beginnings, it is inspiring. She is truly a storyteller and poet because her words are crafted on a way that engages the reader and draws them i…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/964-13328501 When forty year-old Agnes Shanklin, the narrator, loses her family through the Great War and the following influenza epidemic she inherited sufficient mone…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago | 1 replies
Hi Miss Markey, really nothing about the merchandise but I reckon that you'll be keeping an eye on this thread so will read this. I'm so totally in awe of all you've done and achieved with this convention. Did so much …

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago | 1 replies
I'd be there if I could. Hope you get good weather. Have just been reading all the postings about Oxford Markey Convention - I was wise not to look at anything about it before or I'd have been tempted. Great initial …

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/12631156 The Conjurer's Bird tells a romantic and mysterious tale of extinct bird researcher John Fitzgerald's search for the actual specimen of the bird from which a painting in …

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/506-13185066 From back cover "Playing the truant, Will slips off to a movie theater near Johannesburg and is shocked to see his father there - with a woman he doesn't know. The…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/640-13185056 Fashion model, UN ambassador, and courageous spirit, Waris Dirie is a remarkable woman. Born into a family of tribal desert nomads in Somalia, she told her story in…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/668-13114356 A woman at the end of her life, a man unable to restart his, and a history of guilty secrets and things left unsaid - this is a powerful, moving novel of love, lo…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/290-12941762 When Israeli teenager Tal Levine decides to throw a bottle with a letter into the Gaza Sea, she has little idea what to expect. Against all odds, Tal longs to str…

Sherlockfan 8 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/787-12670876 I started this book very enthusiastically as Gunsekera's writing is very fluid and conjures up some of the exotic scenery very beautifully; even the devastated places…

Sherlockfan 9 yrs ago
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/447-12488956 I caught this book from Chicago Bar to read for 666 because I gathered that Fiji featured prominently and that the book would be a 'good read'. Not so. I believe it…

Sherlockfan 9 yrs ago | 1 replies
I have seen the movie accompanied by our daughter who had not read the book so her take was interesting. I had totally enjoyed the book, participating in a BC bookring and recommending it to other readers right, left an…

Sherlockfan 9 yrs ago
Sounds a trifle complicated - I'll wait and see what happens but it sounds a good scheme once I see how it works. Thanks for alerting me directly as I seldom trawl through the threads.

Sherlockfan 9 yrs ago
FInally. Took almost more time to prepare for entry onto this thread than actually to read the books :-) Europe: Dresden; An elephant in the Garden by Michael Morpurgo I purchased this book for two granddaughters age…

Sherlockfan 9 yrs ago
It is taking a surprising to get all ducks in a row. There are still 4 more books to enter after these. Europe: Italy; Pompeii by Robert Harris http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/add/963-10178387 It was great to …

Sherlockfan 9 yrs ago
Am now suffering from leaving it until after I'd read 12 books before entering them onto this thread. Quite time consuming especially some of them were not book-crossing books so they had to be entered on BC first. I wil…

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