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By: Stef

Sun, 06 Jan 2008 04:02:41 +0000

I was one of the crazy people waiting in line early in the morning at my nearest book store the day Harry Potter VII came out. It was deffinately worth it! I read the whole book pretty much in one sitting. Next to the fifth book it is my favorite in the series.

By: spyware detect

Wed, 01 Aug 2007 10:12:28 +0000

spyware delete Aww... I just found this blog too! Well best of luck with the projects.

By: Stefanie

Fri, 27 Jul 2007 21:08:14 +0000

Danielle, my husband is a blazing fast reader. I don't know how he does it. I know that watching the clock so I can get back to my book feeling. It is wonderfully frustrating.

By: Danielle

Thu, 26 Jul 2007 18:52:19 +0000

Wow. I must say I have never encountered a problem like that where I work--thankfully. Libraries are a huge magnet for the oddest people. Actually it is sort of sad they have nowhere else to go. As for Harry--I should have waited to start it over a weekend. It's hard watching the clock waiting for my next fix--I have to wait for my break, I have to wait for lunch, I have to wait until I get home, until dinner is finished--it would be nice to have a long afternoon free to read. Soon enough. Your husband must be a really fast reader! Lucky him--I wish I could speed things up to find out what happens.

By: Stefanie

Wed, 25 Jul 2007 12:42:07 +0000

Hey Sarah P! I'd say your speculation could be possible but the man was thin so something else was going on. Glad I am not the only one who gave up on the savoring plan :) Thanks Topher, will do! Wil, I had not ever heard "trespassed" used in that way either. I assume it's a law enforcement thing. Heh, Dorothy, and when I volunteered I was looking forward to spending time in a quiet, bookish place. Little did I know. Litlove, you are quite right not to let the book sit idle during the day. You don't want your son to accidetally spoil anything for you. I was also very happy that I didn't have to be involved in the man's situation at all.