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May 18, 2009


Pom Pom

And who really cares what books we've read? Does our reading accomplishment still smell of public school book reports? A book does become a part of you, so go with THAT. Ask, "How did that book become a part of you?" Then . . . connection not status. Join Goodreads and brag that way . . . it doesn't pollute your real life interchanges.

Cafe Observer

Pretending could be a double-ended knife. We either look up-to-date, or foolish.
Most of us are book collectors anyway, in contrast to bookreaders.

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