Thursday, January 11, 2018

Books by Julie Wassmer, Mugs, Tea, Chocolate & Candy Giveaway



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30 comments:

  1. My biggest bookish wish would be to have a library in my home. I'd love to have a room filled with books and a cozy chair to recline in as I read all of them.

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  2. To try and get through my TBR list because I have so many books on there and it would be so satisfying.

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  3. To reach my reading goal this year.

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  4. "What's your biggest bookish wish and why?" That I could just magically conjure up all the 100s and 1000s of books I want to own!

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  5. To read at least 50 books this year!!
    Samantha D

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  6. To have time to read! But I spend my spare time sewing and knitting for charity, which I think is more important (doing things for others) than reading, which is for myself.

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  7. That Doris Egan writes a sequel to her Gates of Ivory trilogy which are my absolute favorite books! The plotline has so much more potential and I'd love to meet all the amazing characters again.

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  8. I want to start getting the first copies of books. And some of mine I would love to have signed. I cant travel so I have no idea how to do that.

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  9. Have a own library at home (one room full with books, with a cozy reading nook). Why? Which bibliophile wouldnt want this?

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  10. to have an extra room in thew house to store my books - the path from sofa to tv to door is the only room I have left!!

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  12. I want to have a library that rivals Belles.

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  13. I would love to travel around The British Isles and visit all the places I have read about in romance novels.

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  14. I'd love it if someone found a dozen or so unknown Jane Austen's in an attic. That would make my millenium.

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  15. To read all the best sellers this year.

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  16. My biggest bookish wish has been to be an editor.
    jan

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  17. A tough question to answer, possibly the answer is that I'd love be able to afford to buy new books as soon as they come out, preferably signed too, that would be thrilling for me.

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  18. My biggest bookish wish is that I finish reading all the books in my to-read piles, which I keep adding to.

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  19. I would be able to buy all the books I want and have floor to ceiling bookcases to accomodate them all

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  20. ok this will be weird and long...I wanna tear apart the bedroom, take out the existing closet, put the bed in that area and have hubby build a headboard, side tables and book shelve in there instead... move the closet etc but mainly i dream of more bookcases for me

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  21. My bookish wish is to be able to read most if not all of my books on my ever growing tbr pile.

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  22. More free time to read as many of the wonderful array of books available, there is no better use of free time than being immersed in a good book.

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  23. I'd love to own a good-condition antique hardback collection of Victorian women's journals - saw one in a used bookshop one time and they're fascinating to read, such a good record of the times!

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  24. My biggest bookish wish is to have my own library, with comfy chairs, a soft carpet and books, books, books!

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  25. To have a large room in my house dedicated to reading and have books, bookshelves, comfy chairs, fancy lamps, blankets and a hot chocolate maker.

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  26. We'd love some floor to ceiling - wall to wall - bookshelves! Why? Because we love books and have so many of them. Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

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