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To Read in 2012

Once again I am embarking on my goal to read at least 50% of the books on  my LibraryThing.com “TBR” list. 1. Adams, Douglas – The Salmon of Doubt 2. Albom, Mitch – Have A Little Faith 3. Anonymous – 1001 Arabian … Continue reading

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Read in 2011

My goal was to read at least 50% of my LibraryThing.com books marked “TBR”. I did receive more books during the year but I wanted to focus on ones I’ve had sitting unread on my shelf for a while. Here was the … Continue reading

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Updated “To Be Read” List

I previously blogged this reading list here about my catalogue at LibraryThing.com and the books marked “TBR”. I wanted to have read at least 50% of these by the end of the year. I recently made executive decisions about books … Continue reading

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The “To Be Read” List

Did you know it was World Book Day today? I keep a catalogue at LibraryThing.com and these are my books marked “TBR”. I want to have read at least 50% of these by the end of the year: Abu-Jaber, Diana … Continue reading

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Object 2: Sydney Opera House Lamp

DESCRIPTION Green plastic lamp in the shape of part of the Sydney Opera House. The lamp more closely resembles the logo of the Opera House rather than the building itself. PROVENANCE This lamp was purchased by myself at the Opera … Continue reading

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Books 5-7: Psych

A Mind is a terrible Thing To Read, Mind over Magic and The Call of the Mild by William Rabkin Review: If you’re a super fan of the TV series Psych, you’ll appreciate these books. If you’re just a casual … Continue reading

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Object #1: The Peter Pan Tin

OBJECT NAME Churchill’s Peter Pan (Money Box) DESCRIPTION Decorative tin money box. Approximately 8 inches high, 3 inches wide and 3 inches deep. The tin structure is painted and embossed with the design of London, England’s St. Stephen’s clock tower … Continue reading

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