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April 01, 2009

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Ooh, can't wait to hear what made the final cut! I would just add to Question #1, for the uninitiated, the reason for it is that it's extremely easy to leave a book behind. Leaving one of your own books behind is disappointing, but not as bad as being indebted to someone else! Excellent post, my dear. This is always my dilemma! I like that we have a section on travel writing at the bookstore, divided by location, so you can read something about or taking place in where you're going :)

Hey Anna! It's Sarah S. from WAMmy circles. Sorry I didn't get to see you this weekend, but I just wanted to say have a blast in Scotland. My brother lived there twice so I've done the scottish trip my family, twice. It's a great locale for clannish traveling. Maybe try one of Alexander McCall Smith's "Sunday Philosophy Club" or "44 Scotland street" novels--great plane reads and they take place in Edinburgh.

Hi Sarah S.! Thanks for the reading suggestion--you know, I haven't read any of this guy's books, but when I heard Jill Scott was starring in a movie version of one them, I definitely perked up ....


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