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Posted March 26th, 2012 at 12:26 AM by Ursula

lately i've gotten into the habit of downloading books to my nook and just..looking at them and saying to myself, "one day I'll read you."

For a few months, I was reading nothing but Agatha Christie as I was working through her bibliography. Mind you, I still am . . . just not as quickly. u_u

That being said, I want to add more books to my collection.

..Now, if there was only a way I could list every single book I have thus far so as to not have to waste time with what I already have.

Oh well!
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    Agatha Christie!

    I love And Then There Were None... but I haven't actually read it ^^"

    From the plot summary on wikipedia, it looks like something I'd love, and Christie as a writer is gold!
    Posted March 26th, 2012 at 02:57 AM by Impo Impo is online now
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    Oh, looking for a way to list books?

    Get yourself a Goodreads account. :'D
    Posted March 26th, 2012 at 07:52 AM by Cherrim Cherrim is offline

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