Monday, April 9, 2012

Hoard - A to Z Blog Hop

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My theme is 10x10.
A maximum of ten sentences, a minimum of 100 words.

Hello, my name is Donna and I am a book hoarder.
To read the full story, please check out the Amazon e-book
"A to Z in 10 x 10".
It's only .99!

 



18 comments:

  1. I still haven't gone the kindle route (although it's just a matter of time), so this is a huge problem for me. Packing and moving overseas was particularly problematic.

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  2. Hi Donna.
    I'm visiting from the A to Z circuit.
    Thanks for swinging by my blog.
    I also love books - the old-fashioned, hardcopy/paperback version... though I'm not averse to the e-book... I just don't have a Kindle... yet!
    Nice to meet you *waves*

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  3. WAKE UP!!!! *shakes you and throws ice water*
    You've got too many books to read! Better get up and get at 'em!

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  4. Writers are also known as voracious readers. It helps the muse. Do you want some technical books to read? When I got the ax in 2010, I brought home my personal copies of all of the Perl books, HTML books, PHP books... well, you get the idea. They fill a large tub. LOL

    I have a Kindle and a Kindle Fire. And, have the app on the PC and my smartphone. I can read anywhere!

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  5. I am a bookaholic, I actually did a blog post on that last year. I also hoard books on my kiindle,I'll never get to read them all.

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  6. Books are an integral part of my life. Whenever I get interested in a subject, I load up on books. The story of my life can be read on my bookshelves which inhabit every room in my house. Top to bottom, shelves sagging with books - couldn't live without them. BTW-I have managed to live without a Kindle so far.

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  7. You should see my bedside table. It's tottering. Love books. Don't have an e-reader yet.

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  8. The hardest clearing of stuff was saying good-bye to most of my books. Over the years, I had quite an extensive library built up. I kept the ones essential to my well-being :) and teaching Reiki and bid farewell to the rest. That being said, have a look in the living room cabinets . . . yep, books, books, books and a wee few journal books. :)

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  9. How did you get in my house to take that picture? I have about 16 bookcases, 4 over 8 ft tall, all double stacked with books. I LOVE THEM! they are part of me - the memories, the adventures, the physical beauty of each one... well most of them! We live in a 400 yr old cottage, really we should have the floors strengthened. i also love books eclectically - every type fiction and non-fiction in my case too as I research my poetry about animals.

    If you are interested, I'm leaving you my A-Z link as blogger always identifies me as my shared blog with other poets - my A-Z is this one: http://www.lizbrownleepoet.com

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  10. Hello from a fellow book hoarder. It's a problem!! haha Great post!

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  11. Hi from a fellow hoarder! Kindle is at least good for saving space :)

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  12. Lol- yes thank heavens for the kindle! I just got one, it's a great space saver but it sure doesn't smell and feel as good as a book, does it?
    Thx for visiting my twins :)
    Stopping by from a to z challenge #893
    Leigh @oneandoneequalstwinfun.com

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  13. Okay, I admit that I cheated a bit on this one. Not flash fiction but still 10x10. It just seemed so appropriate...and by all the comments, it seems to have struck a common cord with us writers. LOL!

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  14. Best blog comment EVER...made me laugh out loud. Thanks!!

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  15. Book hoarders of the world...UNITE! :)

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  16. Love this take on H! I, too, am a hoarder of books. The Kindle just means they take up less physical space in my house. ;-)

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  17. Unless they keep raising Kindle prices! In that case we may have to head back to the book bins!

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  18. Me too! My husband groans every time we move. All those books are darn heavy! I have a Kindle now too but somehow its not as fun. :)

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