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Offline kaska Reading Song of Jikhoshi by Katie W Stewart
24 Feb 2012, 02:29 PM | Post: #21

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(24 Feb 2012 02:23 PM)TresaC Wrote:  Probably best not to look. But I am sure if you work it out as a cost per day it won't even be as much as a large coffee from a high street shop! Smile

Yes, I know I am trying to justify it, but hey - reading is good for you!

http://www.shelf-awareness.com...

See, now I feel much better! Especially knowing it's so good for my mental health!
Now I must go off & buy more! Big Grin
Offline sujay Reading The Glass Guardian by Linda Gillard
24 Feb 2012, 03:42 PM | Post: #22

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But that is saying it's good to re-read books. My problem is I keep finding new ones to read! It's a start though, so can I now justify buying more maybe? Whistle
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Offline TresaC Reading Submissions! A N Other
24 Feb 2012, 03:45 PM | Post: #23

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(24 Feb 2012 03:42 PM)sujay Wrote:  But that is saying it's good to re-read books. My problem is I keep finding new ones to read! It's a start though, so can I now justify buying more maybe? Whistle

Of course you can Sujay! You are building up a collection to re read when you reach the age that you need to stimulate your brain function.

(Oh dear, you can tell I do PR can't you? Put a spin on anything! Whistle )
Offline kaska Reading Song of Jikhoshi by Katie W Stewart
24 Feb 2012, 03:49 PM | Post: #24

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(24 Feb 2012 03:42 PM)sujay Wrote:  So can I now justify buying more maybe? Whistle

We are women... It's our prerogative to justify things Tongue Big Grin
Offline sujay Reading The Glass Guardian by Linda Gillard
25 Feb 2012, 09:21 AM | Post: #25

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My argument at the minute is I don't spend a fortune on silly girly things, so I am allowed to spend it on intelligent things instead! Thumbs Up

Another good thing about my Kindle is that I can hide them without my husband seeing how many books I have. He used to go mad with me before when he would see them coming in the house, but now I can hide as many as I like and he is none the wiser. Whistle Not that I would ever be so devious of course. Angel
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Offline kaska Reading Song of Jikhoshi by Katie W Stewart
25 Feb 2012, 09:39 AM | Post: #26

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Same here sujay.
I'm a wellie's & t shirt girl, bare faced & jewellery free, so I can spend my cash on "important" things Wink
Offline Susanne Reading The Rose Petal Beach by Dorothy Koomson
25 Feb 2012, 09:43 AM | Post: #27

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I share an account with OH and he usually asks me for a recommendation of what book to read next - he sometimes points out that there are an awful lot of books in his archive - but I point out that most of them were free, which is only a small white lie! Wink
A book is like a garden carried in the pocket. ~Chinese Proverb
Offline LindaGruchy Reading The Chandelier Ballroom by Elizabeth Lord
25 Feb 2012, 10:10 AM | Post: #28

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You are ladies after my own heart. I have long hair and think of all the money I saved every 6 weeks from not having to go to the hair dresser.

A look round my house will show you what i spend it on.

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