- Cairns, Qu, Australia
- member since September 21, 2012
Hi Chris - you can see how often I get on here! Sorry! I did own The Poisonwood Bible when we were living on Grand Cayman but I don't think I kept it with all our travelling. I would love to read it again though. I borrowed another Deborah Rodruiguez book from the city library last week, thinking it was a sequel to Coffee Shop in Kabul, but it was the same book under a different title - can't remember now what it was called though! Enjoy the Easter break! :)
Hi there Chris it's so good to see on-line movement in the shelves. i have just had a very enthusiastic mum come in to loin our group. I have sent her a friends request and then I will direct her to join the group. So waiting for this break to come so I can dive into my reading.
I see you have read Little Coffee Shop in Kabul - it has been on my 'to read' list for ages! Do you happen to have a copy of your own that I might be able to borrow over the holidays? If any of the books on my shelf appeal I'm happy to loan them to anyone too. :)
Hi Chris. Thank you. I would love to follow you - just not quite sure how, but I will work on it. Still finding my way around. Was great to catch up with you last night. Now to update the shelf...
PS. Would love to sit next to you at lunch time and play handball!
Hi Chris, you made me laugh!!! I am dying to start the book ... that is my mission tonight!! If you see me at school with plaster on my nose you will know what happened!! Have a great night. It was great to spend last night in just lovely company. Talk soon Fiona
Thanks Chris, I decided it was just a computer and wasn't going to beat me. Found the bookshelf and did a little dusting etc. I read the book to Brodie a few weeks ago. Louise had read it to them in class and he wanted to read it again. Thats what Nanna are for. Loved doing it with him. All the best Connie