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Post by aradlaw » January 5th, 2010, 5:38 pm

At first glance I read

DUEL: Emma and Jane Austin
instead of

DUET: Emma by Jane Austen
:roll:
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Post by momof3Chihuahuas » January 7th, 2010, 11:13 pm

ExEmGe wrote:
Kept in the Dark by Anthony Trollope
The Ghost Finder-Hodgson,
In the Bishop's Carriage by Miriam
I say chaps - keep it clean!

And, at the risk of this becoming something like 'Late arrivals at the Librivoxer's Ball' -
The Curse of Cappucino
&
Buttered Side Down Edna Ferber


:lol: :lol: :mrgreen:

Oh, Andy, you made me laugh so hard I started coughing! I almost fell off the bed! LOL But, of course, if it's "A Trollope" you can see why it must be kept in the dark! :wink:

And I'm PL'ing "In the Bishop's Carriage" & hadn't quite thought of it THAT way! Hmm, sometimes I wonder if Brits have a slightly naughtier sense of humor? Just kidding! :mrgreen:

Also PL'ing "The Curse . . . " &, yes, for me, Cappucino would be a curse! :shock: Unless it's decaf! Otherwise I'd be WAY, WAY more hyper than I already am (is that even possible?!! boggles the mind!), & I'd also be irritated/irritating & almost literally bouncing off the walls! Yikes! :shock: And I think getting to sleep is tough now---I'd NEVER sleep with caffeine in my system!

OK, Joy, you can shut up now! Whew! Aren't you all glad I don't drink coffee? Hee, hee!

Joy :9:

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Post by Cori » January 8th, 2010, 10:00 am

Chesterfield's Letters to His bra???



[Actually: Chesterfield's Letters to His Son -ba
I blame Andy's influence :shock: ]
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Post by momof3Chihuahuas » January 8th, 2010, 9:41 pm

Cori wrote:Chesterfield's Letters to His bra???



[Actually: Chesterfield's Letters to His Son -ba
I blame Andy's influence :shock: ]
Exactly! It's Andy's influence! :lol: Just kidding, Andy! (I think. :wink: )

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Post by libraryanne » January 10th, 2010, 2:18 pm

Oh boy I really shouldn't try to speed read new Projects.

Neeru started a new group project Topsy Turvy by Jules Verne only at first glance it looked like Group Therapy... :shock:
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Post by Starlite » January 10th, 2010, 3:06 pm

libraryanne wrote: Group Therapy... :shock:
LOL we could probably all use this! :wink: :lol:

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Post by aradlaw » January 10th, 2010, 3:34 pm

Starlite wrote:
libraryanne wrote: Group Therapy... :shock:
LOL we could probably all use this! :wink: :lol:

Esther :D
Yes, it's the addiction thing you know :D
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Post by annise » January 11th, 2010, 11:05 pm

Far From The Maddening Crowd by Thomas Hardy

- I've always read it that way :(

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Post by neerajanagarajan » January 12th, 2010, 10:30 am

annise wrote:Far From The Maddening Crowd by Thomas Hardy

- I've always read it that way :(

Anne
For a moment I wondered, "Why, that's the name of the book, isn't it," before remembering that it's FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD. :roll:

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Post by neerajanagarajan » January 12th, 2010, 10:31 am

aradlaw wrote:
Starlite wrote:
libraryanne wrote: Group Therapy... :shock:
LOL we could probably all use this! :wink: :lol:

Esther :D
Yes, it's the addiction thing you know :D
:lol: Nice to know that a project started by me is considered therapeutic... :P

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Post by russiandoll » January 12th, 2010, 12:46 pm

When I 'view posts since my last visit', there's often a thread or two where 'Complete' at the front catches my eye - 'Hooray!' I think. 'Another finished project!'

I would therefore like to complain about 'The Complete Book of Cheese', which regularly leads me down the garden path in this way and yet is still in Readers Wanted.
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Post by KiltedDragon » January 12th, 2010, 1:11 pm

russiandoll wrote:When I 'view posts since my last visit', there's often a thread or two where 'Complete' at the front catches my eye - 'Hooray!' I think. 'Another finished project!'

I would therefore like to complain about 'The Complete Book of Cheese', which regularly leads me down the garden path in this way and yet is still in Readers Wanted.
neerajanagarajan wrote:Nice to know that a project started by me is considered therapeutic... :P
I guess in this case, this one is not...at least for RD. :lol:
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Post by annise » January 12th, 2010, 1:30 pm

russiandoll wrote:When I 'view posts since my last visit', there's often a thread or two where 'Complete' at the front catches my eye - 'Hooray!' I think. 'Another finished project!'

I would therefore like to complain about 'The Complete Book of Cheese', which regularly leads me down the garden path in this way and yet is still in Readers Wanted.
When they posted in Orphans my immediate thought was - "How come there are orphans when it's complete"
Perhaps we should ban books with Complete in their title? :D

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Post by aradlaw » January 15th, 2010, 3:43 pm

I really am hesitant to mention this one.. but I was going over the Fortnightly Poem and the first line....
no, won't go there :oops:
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Post by Availle » January 15th, 2010, 3:48 pm

Huh? What's wrong with desserts? :?:

Oh, you said 'first line', well, that's different... :mrgreen:
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