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MaGoose

MaGoose

Joined June 2018

Mysteries are my thing, although I'm reading lots of nonfiction lately. I sometimes post book reviews on my blog, www.janecairns.com
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Pickpick

This was a re-read for me; I'd read it many years ago. It's the first Poirot story. An okay read, a bit contrived. I usually like Christie's books as a whole.

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I've become somewhat interested in collecting first editions of books. So, this nonfiction title was a good pick for me. It discusses what to look for as far as the condition of the book (mostly hardbacks, but also some paperbacks) and how to discern if it's a first edition. To a lesser extent, the book goes into how to judge if authors are collectable and/or have staying power. Enjoyable read for me.

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Booked to Die | John Dunning
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A good read for those interested in book collecting. Cliff Janeway moves from being a cop to owning a used/rare book store. He gets involved in the deaths of his store clerk and two book scouts who search for used and rare books to sell to bookstore owners. Janeway has strengths and foibles as a cop (he has it in for a grownup bully) and a person (he's protective of the clerk and wants justice for the scouts). Fairly good pacing and read.

Kdgordon88 I really liked this series when I read it years ago. 2d
MaGoose @Kdgordon88 That's good to know. I'm starting the second book in the series and find there's a lot of exposition about book collecting and the Grayson Press and the two brothers who ran it. I'm fairly interested so I'll read on, but it may be kinda dull for someone who just wants a good mystery. 1d
Annl I really enjoyed the series. I still have one book left to read. 1d
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Great! Litsy now has a website. I'll be updating my profile and sharing posts later today.

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The Shadow of the Wind | Carlos Ruiz Zafon
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A huge thank you to @Soubhiville for this delightful and unexpected gift for my birthday. 😎😃👍👌💕😍 You can never have too many books, right?!

#thankfulforbooks #litsylove #postal #bookmail

AmyG Wonderful book! 1mo
Soubhiville Never!!! Happy Birthday! 🎁🎈🎂 1mo
BlameJennyJane My absolute favorite book of all time! 1mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz Lots of love for this book ❤️❤️❤️ 1mo
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Yikes I'm still getting birthday cards from the crazy loveable #litsylove group of friends!! Thank you so much @nelehelen for the card and cat and dog stickies. 😍💕👌👍

nelehelen Happy belated!!! 1mo
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1. Mystery, lit classics, some nonfiction
2. Memoir
3. Romance
4. Don't watch movies or TV much, so no opinion
5. Hmm, I'm drawing a blank--maybe because I don't read much in genres I dislike. There's too much out there to read and too many books on my TBR list already
6. Little Women - hated it
7. @WeeziesBooks @phatsallylee @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

#bookishquestions @Clwojick @Eggbeater

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for the tag 💞 1mo
phatsallylee Thank you for the tag! 1mo
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Hyde | Daniel Levine
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#book #books #postal #bookmail

A new book from B&N to add to the ever-growing stacks of books to be read...I'll probably reread Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson first.

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True Mercy | Idelle Kursman
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@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you (and @thebookhippie) so much for the bookmark.
Thanks for the very cool postcard, too! True Mercy will be on its way to you later today or tomorrow.

#litsylove #postal
#books

gradcat Love that bookmark! ❤️ 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awww you‘re welcome and thank you!!! 😘❤️ 1mo
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Lyric Poems | John Keats
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Thanks for the lovely gift @TheBookHippie !
😍💕🤩🙂👌

#litsylove #books #poetrymatters

TheBookHippie ❤️📖 I love poetry! 1mo
MaGoose @TheBookHippie I love it, too. I'm an on-again, off-again poet. 1mo
TheBookHippie @MaGoose how wonderful !! 1mo
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Thanks for the birthday greetings everyone.

#jb #justbecause #litsylove
@mvegabec @Jee_HookedOnBookz @BookwormAHN

BookwormAHN 😸😸 1mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz ❤️❤️ 1mo
mvegabec You are welcome! 1mo
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The story is told from a few different viewpoints, which takes a little getting used to. This book is billed as a Simon Serrailler mystery, but he's not the main character in this first book in the series and doesn't play a major role until the end. The plot is a little dragging in spots but quickens up towards the end. There's a major twist near the end, which is unforeseen. Overall, I liked it and will read at least the next one in the series.

rretzler I‘ve had this on my radar for awhile 1mo
MaGoose @rretzler I liked it overall. The author could have tightened up the plot in places, IMHO. But, if you read it, stick with it. The ending is good and somewhat unexpected. 1mo
rretzler Thanks! That‘s one thing about me, I rarely ever give up on a book. Some of my favorite books didn‘t grab me until more than halfway through. If I would have bailed, I would have missed something wonderful. I certainly can‘t say that about all books though 🤣 1mo
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Birthdays: Beyond Cake and Ice Cream | Nikki Tate, Dani Tate-Stratton
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Thank you to @whatsthEStorey @JoyBlue and @aroc for the birthday greetings.

#jb #justbecause #litsylove

Ddzmini Happy birthday 🎈🎁🎊🎉🎂 📖😋 1mo
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Noteworthy | Riley Redgate
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Thank you so much for the beautiful note cards. @whatsthEStorey

#litsylove

whatsthEStorey Happy birthday!! Your card is on the way, but will be a little late. 2mo
MaGoose @whatsthEStorey No problem. You don't know how happy I was to receive your present. Things have been hectic and somewhat disheartening here, including a *very* expensive car repair. 2mo
whatsthEStorey Oh man! That is not a nice birthday surprise. I hope things settle down. 2mo
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Shout out to @OriginalCyn620 and @Mynameisacolour for the birthday cards. Thanks.

#jb #justbecause #litsylove

OriginalCyn620 Happy birthday! 🎈🎂🎉 2mo
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More birthday cards. Thank you to all my #jb and #litsylove friends.

@Canndor @Crazeedi @sarah24

Avanders Happy birthday!! 🎉🎂 2mo
Annl Happy Birthday! 2mo
Birdsong28 Happy birthday! Hope you have a good day! 😘📚📖 2mo
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Tanisha_A Happy birthday! Have fun! 🎂🥳🎈 2mo
Crazeedi 🎂🎉🎁 have a great day! 2mo
Erofan Happy birthday to you 🎉🎁🎂 2mo
erzascarletbookgasm Happy birthday! Hope you‘re having a great day! 🎂 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🎊🎊🎊 Hope your day is awesome !!! (edited) 2mo
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A thank you goes out to more #litsylove and #jb friends who sent me birthday cards. If you wrote me a letter or note, please be patient, I will eventually respond. 😊🤩

@BookNAround @Stacypatrice @throwmeabook @Kerrioke @Kdgordon88

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💗💗💗 2mo
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The Birthmark | Nathaniel Hawthorne
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Thanks to all my #jb and #litsylove friends who have sent me birthday greetings so far. Please be patient, I will write back to everyone soon.

@Debdeb @Lovesbooks87 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie @UwannaPublishme @jas16 @phatsallylee @IndoorDame @robinb

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💗🎊💗🎊 2mo
robinb 😊👍🤗 2mo
UwannaPublishme 🤗❤️ 2mo
Eggbeater I didn't realize it was your birthday. Happy birthday, Jane! 🎂 2mo
MaGoose @Eggbeater Yeah, it's on Monday. Thanks. 2mo
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1. Road trip around the US
2. Secretary at a county jury commission
3. American Quartet by Warren Adler
4. The Dagger by Pam Anders
5. @whatsthEStorey @wanderinglynn @Betty

@Eggs #wondrouswednesday

wanderinglynn Thanks for the tag! ☺️ 2mo
Eggs Thanks for joining in 💗🎉👏🏻 2mo
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1. Nemesis with Joan Hickson as Miss Marple
2. Star Trek, definitely, and Marvel, maybe
3. Scotland
4. Mystery
5. English

#premondayvibes @pepsicola

rretzler I‘m also a big mystery fan (and sci-fi too) and I love StarTrek and Marvel movies! Can‘t wait until Endgame! Purchased our tickets for opening night yesterday! 2mo
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I'm about 25% of the way through this one. So far it's okay to pretty good. The plot does jump from one character's point of view to another, but it's easy to follow so far.

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American Quartet | Warren Adler
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I made it about half way through before bailing. I wasn't interested in the characters or what happened to them.

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Bailedbailed

Could not get into this one. I didn't relate to the characters. Dropped out after the first chapter.

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Interesting to see how the essay authors talk about book collecting and about the books themselves as a collectable object. Most of the time they collect authors they like to read and feel are going to be classics for the long term. All of these essays were written more than 20 years ago, some significantly earlier, but still enjoyable.

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1. Aries
2. Hmmm
3. None recently
4. Reading
5. @phatsallylee

#friyayintro @howjessreads

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1. Tagged book, plus A Reader on Reading by Alberto Manguel and several others
2. In the theater, Search for Spock back in the 1980s. On DVD, Murder on the Orient Express with Kenneth Branagh
3. Tea or chocolate milk

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Fairly good read. Fast paced and easy. This is the first book of Meier's that I've read. I'll read another one of hers at some point in the future.

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Book mail!😍😀

This sounds like a good read. Has anyone else read it yet?

#memoirs #memoir
#bookmail #Book #books

Jee_HookedOnBookz Oh wow! This sounds good!! 2mo
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Absolutely wonderful memoir. See my review of this at www.janecairns.com

#booked2019 (12. Food or beverage on cover) @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage

Cinfhen Nice to hear ~ adding @4thhouseontheleft so she can check the prompt 2mo
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Moon Before Morning | W S Merwin

RIP - W.S. Merwin, a legendary American poet, died last Friday (March 15).

#poetry #poetrymatters

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I just started this this morning. Sounds interesting. Has anybody else read it yet?

PurpleyPumpkin Haven‘t read it, but it does sound interesting. How is it so far? 3mo
wanderinglynn It sounds good. Are you enjoying it? 3mo
MaGoose @PurpleyPumpkin I'm only 6 or 7 pages into it but so far it's okay. I'll do a review when I finish or if I bail. 3mo
MaGoose @wanderinglynn I haven't read too much yet, 6 or 7 pages. It's a bit dated maybe (1999 copyright), but I'll read a little further and see how it goes. 3mo
PurpleyPumpkin Looking forward to your review!👍🏽 3mo
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I've been remiss in posting recently. I read these books earlier this year and loved them both. These two plus Sabine & Griffin (which I read about 3 months ago) are interesting if you like epistolary novels. Eventually, I'll read more of Nick Bantock's books, probably later this year.

BarbaraTheBibliophage I loooooove Nick Bantock books!! 3mo
MaGoose @BarbaraTheBibliophage Have you read any others besides the ones I mentioned? If so, which ones did you like the best? 3mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage I‘ve also read The Venetian‘s Wife and The Forgetting Room. I‘d have to look at all of them to choose a favorite. Right now, all of them are packed away. I had to box them while our son stayed with us. Although he‘s back in his own place, I haven‘t unboxed the books for that room. 3mo
MaGoose @BarbaraTheBibliophage Thanks for the info. 3mo
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1. Book swaps
2. When I started to review books on my blog
3. He sipped his tea, and tried to pretend everything was normal.
4. @Eggbeater

#wondrouswednesday @Eggs

Eggs Lovely accomplishment!! Thanks for joining in 😍 3mo
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An American Marriage | Tayari Jones
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Thanks to @BeaG for the great #BlitsyHistoryMonth swap gifts. I look forward to reading these books and writing in the journal.

@Chelleo

TheBookkeepersApprentice I need that shirt! 3mo
MaGoose @TheBookkeepersApprentice If you want, I'll send it to you. Unfortunately, it's not my size. Send me your address to jane@janecairns.com if you want it. 3mo
Chelleo Sorry to hear the shirt doesn‘t fit. Tears of a Tiger was written by one of my high school teachers 🙂 Happy #BlitsyHistoryMonth! 3mo
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BeaG @MaGoose I'm sorry that the tee doesn't fit. I purchased the size listed. I hope you enjoy the other gifts. 3mo
MaGoose @BeaG Don't worry. I still enjoyed getting all of the gifts you sent. 3mo
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Holy cow! Talk about a Holmes obsession. I just picked up a collection of paper dolls from Dover Publications. Included are Holmes, Watson, Irene Adler, Mrs. Hudson, Inspector Lestrade, and Professor James Moriarty with changes of clothes for all of them.

wanderinglynn That‘s so cool! 3mo
TheBookkeepersApprentice Amazing!! I collect all things Sherlock Holmes, so I will definitely keep an eye out for these! 3mo
MaGoose @TheBookkeepersApprentice ThriftBooks has them and so does Barnes and Noble. 3mo
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Betty I have old paper dolls my cousin sent me from Newfoundland of the royal family — Charles and Anne as young children! 2mo
MaGoose @Betty That's cool! 2mo
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Sixpence House | Paul Collins
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Bailedbailed

It's not that I don't like this book, but that it's not generating that much interest in the storyline of the author's move to Hay-on-Wye, Wales. It's generating a rather indifferent feeling. So, on to something else.

Zelma I had a similar reaction. Books about books are usually my Achilles heel but this just didn‘t keep me engaged. 3mo
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Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss | Rajeev Balasubramanyam
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1. Betta fish named Ozzie
2. None that are finalized
3. Walking, writing
4. Santa Fe, NM; St. Augustine, FL; Asheville, NC
5. When did you get your first library card?

#friyayintro @howjessreads

AsYouWish I think my first library card was when I was in 4th grade and had to do a rock collection project. I had to check out a lot of books about rocks. 3mo
Simona I was 7 yo. 3mo
MaGoose @AsYouWish I think I got my first library card when I was in third grade. By the time I entered the fifth grade, I had already read the entire fifth grade reading list. The children's librarian took me to the adult section and introduced me to a librarian there. This is still a vivid memory for whatever reason. 3mo
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4thhouseontheleft In elementary school. And St Augustine and Asheville are both awesome! 3mo
Areader2 8-10, I could walk to the library ,so as soon as I could go by myself 3mo
LazyDays Santa fe is beautiful 💗 the whole Pecos Mountains are! 3mo
LazyDays Santa Fe is beautiful 💗 the whole Pecos Mountains are! 3mo
jb72 I‘ve been to St Augustine and Asheville. I love both places. I was probably about 12 or so. I would walk down to get books and records. 3mo
Crazeedi 5. When I was 7 or 8, the bookmobile would come to our small town . I got my books from school when it was in session 3mo
CouronneDhiver Ozzie 👍🏽 Do we have a FishOfLitsy hashtag going yet? Lol 3mo
MaGoose @CouronneDhiver 😀 I may just start one! 3mo
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The Farm: A Novel | Joanne Ramos
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I just received these ARC books in a box from Penguin Random House. Holy cow Batman!! And I thought I already had a lot of books I needed to review and blog about... I guess I won't be doing much personal reading anytime soon. 😨🤤🤓😲😉

AmyG Nice! 3mo
rather_be_reading awesome! 3mo
Zelma New Ruth Reichl? 😍 3mo
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Morr_Books So awesome! 👍 3mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz I'm so curious... If you don't mind sharing, how do you get ARCs from publishers? Via email? Or they email you? So far I've only been requesting via Netgalley. 2mo
MaGoose @Jee_HookedOnBookz I usually get ARC ebooks through netgalley, too. But I vaguely remember responding to an email from Penguin Random House awhile ago and low and behold a box of books shows up on my doorstep about a month ago with no cover letter or anything. I don't remember exactly how this came about but I must be signed up for something on their website. I'll try to figure out what I did and let you know. 2mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @MaGoose thank you so so much!!❤️💕😘 I've always wondered how so many reviewers get their ARCs. 2mo
MaGoose @Jee_HookedOnBookz Check out readitforward.com. I get emails about giveaways and stuff. I think I got the books through this site as it's connected with Penguin Random House. 2mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz Thank you so so much for this info!❤️😘💕💕 I've just signed up! Keeping my fingers crossed I can sub some giveaways. I always have no luck 2mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz 😅😅😅 2mo
MaGoose @Jee_HookedOnBookz Hope you have some good luck. 😀😉💕 2mo
MaGoose @Jee_HookedOnBookz You may also want to consider signing up at www.penguinrandomhouse.com also. I get emails and stuff directly from them, too, about new books. 2mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @MaGoose oki doki!! Thank you so much!! I really appreciate this! Have a great weekend! 🤗♥️ 2mo
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I'm undecided about which of these to read next. I've read the first few pages of Circe once or twice before and can't seem to get into it. What does everyone think? Has anyone read these other books yet?

phatsallylee Circe was a slow start for me so it is worth it to keep plodding along. Death on the patagonian sounds fantastic and i just added it to my tbr! 3mo
MaGoose @phatsallylee Thanks! I was leaning towards that one myself. Although I may not be able to read it anytime soon. If you check my newest post, you'll see why. ☺ 3mo
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Nice enough storyline, but not what I was expecting. I enjoyed it, but thought it was rather dragged out. Still, I give it a pick.

Mdargusch I have had this on my TBR shelf for over a year. 🤦🏼‍♀️ 3mo
MaGoose @Mdargusch I would say to read it. As I said, it was enjoyable but rather dragged out in places. To me, it was a finding-yourself kind of story that turned out to be something of a romance, which I wasn't expecting. So, go for it. 3mo
Zelma It was really my thing either. Not quite what I expected. Much more romance/relationship stuff than I wanted. 3mo
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I enjoyed this. I agree with those who have issues with the books that she read being by white people (both women and men), the sole exception being V. S. Naipaul. I had the same problem when I was in college getting my English degree 16 years ago. I give her a bit of a pass since it's a memoir (and not a discourse on what to read to be well-educated) and was written before the current diversity in reading movement began. 👇

MaGoose The author did name drop but I didn't find it irritating. 3mo
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Fairytales: A Novel | Cynthia Freeman
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Thanks to @Spacecowboytx for 3 great fairytale-ish books, 2 bookmarks (I can always use more), a journal and coffee. All color coordinated, too. I'm going to love reading these books! I also loved the postcard note about his National Park road trip. That's something I want to do someday. 😍👌👍💕💕

@Chrissyreadit #happilyeverafterswap

Tanisha_A Lovely! 💕 3mo
Chrissyreadit I love the look of those covers together! And I loved Uprooted. 3mo
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1. New Jersey, USA
2. Pam Anders - scroll down my feed to see a review of The Dagger and at www.janecairns.com
3. 45 physical books and 5,500+ ebooks
4. Main branch of the Ocean County Library and also at the desk in my bedroom
5. The Dagger by Pam Anders

#littenintro @tessavi

tessavi That's a lot of ebooks! 3mo
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Pass the Parcel | Annie Kubler, Sue Baker
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Thanks to @Spacecowboytx - my #happilyeverafterswap package arrived in the mail today. Now the waiting patiently begins.

#happilyeverafter #litsyswap #litsyswaps @Chrissyreadit

Spacecowboytx Omg ☺️🙃I‘m nervous and hope you enjoy 3mo
MaGoose @Spacecowboytx I am usually VERY easy to please. I can't wait to see what you come up with for me. But I promise not to peek. 3mo
Chrissyreadit Awesome! 3mo
Spacecowboytx I picked items that I felt all flowed well together, aesthetically, but in ways you might not expect(like the colors of the items). The way I think is unique and I really enjoyed putting together your box with items I really hope you like. Gold, woods.... clues to hold you off till then ☺️ (edited) 3mo
MaGoose @Spacecowboytx 😍👍💕 3mo
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A fairly good reading, but not knock-down exciting. I liked it well enough to want to read the second installment when it comes out. My full review is on www.janecairns.com

MaGoose Forgot to add that this is a new-to-me author as part of the #booked2019 challenge. @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage 4mo
Cinfhen Cool cover! 4mo
MaGoose @Cinfhen The book is pretty good but doesn't really live up to the cover. 4mo
Cinfhen Too bad! I‘m a sucker for a good cover!!! 4mo
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The Mailbox: A Novel | Marybeth Whalen
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My packages for #BlitsyHistoryMonth swap and #happilyeverafterswap went to the Post Office today.

Happy reading.

@Chello @Chrissyreadit

Chrissyreadit 🙌👏🙌👸🤴🧚‍♀️🧚🏿‍♂️🧞‍♀️🧞‍♂️🧜🏾‍♀️🧜🏽‍♂️ 4mo
Chelleo 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 4mo
Annl I received it! Thanks! Not to wait not so patiently! 4mo
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KatieDid927 I got mine, thank you!! I shall now have to practice patience. ☺️ 4mo
Chelleo Hi there! Did you receive your BlitsyHistoryMonth package? 3mo
MaGoose @Chelleo Yes I did. Forgot to post about it, I guess. 3mo
Chelleo @MaGoose 👍🏾thanks 3mo
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1. Enjoyed it okay, but was annoyed during a few parts as it seemed to drag. Will write a review of it here soon.
2. Buy usually, even though I'm retired.
3. Can't think of one at the moment, even though I'm sure there has to be some.
4. Pizza, maybe?
5. Green Tent

@howjessreads #friyayintro

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Just got this book in the mail. I had donated a few $ to an Indiegogo campaign to help this homeless man get his book self-published. I say good for him and the two guys who assisted him with the design, etc. Hopefully, this will give Mr. Myron a leg up.

#homeless #justbecause #friendsrock #friendship

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Chrissyreadit I loved Griffin and Sabine. And RA stinks. I‘ve had it since 16. 4mo
LibrarianRyan ⭐️🤓👍 4mo
Suet624 Thank you for sharing. 4mo
gradcat Omigod—I think you‘re me...you cannot believe how many of your 20 would be part of my 20...😂😍👍 4mo
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Swapping Lives | Jane Green
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1. Tea or hot chocolate
2. Candles
3. Either
4. Socks
5. All three

#BHMSWAP #BlitsyHistoryMonthSwap
@EchoLogical @Chelleo

EchoLogical I thought I was the only person ever who doesn't like coffee! 4mo
MaGoose @EchoLogical I'm not a big fan of coffee. In fact, I rather dislike it. 4mo
EchoLogical @MaGoose Same here. The smell used to give me headaches. 4mo
riversong153 @EchoLogical I don‘t like coffee either! 4mo
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