- A Town Without Pity, USA
- member since August 4, 2007
If I may, please allow me to request you to be my Shelfari friend. If I only read autobiographies and topics covering the commercial space transportation industry for the remainder of life, I would be happy. I refuse to read one Zombie book, ever, unless my juvenile thumbing through of the Stand by Stephen King counts, but the dead were dead, and besides, it was published the same year as the release of Dawn of the Dead.
Can you (very sweetly) send me a reply saying if the film review (which said that they couldn't be together) was right
You have Lady Susan etc in one volume ! I have them in an omnibus that I cannot give away because don't have those three in any other form, unlike her others which I have single volumes. My Mansfield Park is a beauty; c.19 & Birch illustrations. The omnibus also has these, which is a point in its favour. But oh, to find them alone-with the Birches-and the Jane Austens that I don't have with these with them ! Sigh !
I love these bookends, but they must have been designed for a few slim volumes only, so I don't use them for that.
They read your favorite paragraphs to me because dogs can't read. I watched every Woody Allen movie/flick/film I could find back in the days before color TV when people didn't see in color. Since I don't read, I write because few people read my books so I'm safe in terms of sentence structure, sentence diagraming, and spelling. They showed me "spell check" but typing with paws slows down my writing on Kindle. The guy that owns this truck won't let me drive it either.
I like to read so much my local library ran out of interesting books for me to read when I was younger. I am now an older lady of 52.
I just found this website, through Amazon. I have a Kindle.
Also, I cannot wait to delve into all the interesting books I know you have recommended on your profile.
I am from a smaller town in the Midwest, in the USA.
Greetings Miss Pink. I like some of the books you have on your list, but I have been reading quite a lot of fluff recently because of my difficult circumstances. Also I'm not sure you would find me sufficiently sophisticated. If you so choose, we do not have to be friends...
I'm sorry, my own eyes are rolling around here...
So I just responded to your Follow request...I thought we were already friends having seen you around the tea room so often!
Are you reading Villette right now? I started it once but got distracted. I hope to get that book read either this year or next.
Your family and friends have such wonderful names; too, too envy-making.
My dear, how is that we're not already friends? I see you all the time at Manleigh Hall. Do you go by Emily? Do call me Oodles!