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In honor of Halloween -- my favority holiday -- I'm offering a 2/1, 6/2, or 10/3 deal on books posted before June 2009 and unpostables. You can ReSort my shelf by Date Posted, Ascending to bring up the eligible titles. Please PM me all the titles you would like. Thanks for browsing!
Some Halloween themed titles include:
The Peanut Butter Poltergeist :: Ellen Leroe
ISBN-13: 9780590428514 - ISBN-10: 0590428519
Ghost in the Window :: Betty Ren Wright
ISBN-13: 9780590434423 - ISBN-10: 059043442X
Christina's Ghost (Apple Chillers) :: Betty Ren Wright
ISBN-13: 9780590427098 - ISBN-10: 0590427091
Last Edited on: 10/31/09 8:02 PM ET - Total times edited: 4
Updated scary titles in original post.
Adding this book to the 2 or 3 credit options of the deal. It has some wavy pages towards the end. I'm just not 100 % sure it is not from water damage.
Vampires : Restless Creatures of the Night (Discoveries) ::
ISBN-13: 9780810928695 - ISBN-10: 0810928698
Copies Available: 0
Please post which books you are taking here as well as PMing me so others can see what has been taken. Thanks!
On my unpostables spreadsheet, a vintage two-colored copy of
The Witch Next Door, by Norman Bridwell.
This is the cover art for my copy but it's an image found on the web.
Mine is unpostable because of some liquid contact stains on pages and front cover.
Thanks to nashvillethecat for her order! Everything has been updated.
Still left on my unpostables spreadsheet (again, a web image and not my copy):
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown -- cover and rest of book cleanly separated, pages tightly bound, needs simple glue job to fix
Will feature an adult book tomorrow!
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As promised, an adult feature: Slammerkin by Emma Donoghue
my copy is unpostable for some minor stains, but definitely readable, and part of the deal in the signature.
my PBS review:
Slammerkin is a quick, bawdy read. Often cited as a book about a prostitute in 18th century England, it's a bit more: an all too common tale of how class and gender conspire to thwart a bright, ambitious female life. Written by an Irish historian with a gift for witty prose, I enjoyed how it transported me to 18th century London and then a household in a small town on the English-Welsh border. I sympathized with the title character although her ambition for "fine clothes" made her life a train wreck about to happen...
Last Edited on: 10/31/09 8:00 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
I managed to mail out 26 books this month as part of this deal.
Any requests I can mail out on Monday 2 Nov are still eligible for this same offer.
Thanks to everyone who ordered, and hope all had a good Halloween ... and enjoy the extra hour tomorrow!