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Hi Sandra - I think we both need to get on that website that catalogues your books for you name is on the tip of my tongue so we can cross-reference and see which books we each have so we can share nalang. I bet we have lots of duplicates, just between us! Posted by: Gigi March 28, at PM. Gi, next time I'm in LA we should really hit the bookstores.

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The last time we did was ages ago: Remember that paradise of second-hand books you brought me to, where I had to use a ladder to find The Letters of Scott Fitzgerald? I still have that book, by the way; it's a real keeper. I even used it for a course on writing, would you believe, back when I was still teaching. Posted by: John March 29, at AM.

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Posted by: dexie March 29, at AM. I was just wondering: if a backlog of 36 unread books is a mortal sin, what does that say about a backlog of a thousand unread books or so?

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However, at least my to-be read pile isn't threatening to crash down on me as I keep them in a separate closet-- you know, like shameful family secrets. Posted by: banzai cat March 29, at PM. Next time you're here, let's revisit for old times' sake, and I'll also take you to Vroman's in Pasadena. Hi Dexie - I never missed an episode of "Sex and the City" during its original run that when I realized I'd never read Candace Bushnell, I was really, really surprised. Let me know how you like this book or if you'd read any of her others , OK?

Posted by: Gigi March 29, at PM. Banzai Cat, I know what you can do with your thousand occasions of sin. Donate some of your books to, ahem, some of us! Posted by: John March 29, at PM. I've read TRading Up by Candace as well. Posted by: dexie March 30, at AM. Gigi I'm not as bad as you. So far I'm only back logged by 7 books next to my bed, but my list is sinful. And as for that old bookstore on Brand, I literally work just around the corner from there.

I stop by Porto's for lunch and make sure to walk past that store when I'm on my way back to work. Browsing is almost just as bad, especially for me. I read a portion and make sure to write the book down as a must get so my notepad that I keep in my purse is getting a little worn. Good luck on that stack. Posted by: Lyn March 30, at PM. You shouldn't feel guilty. Books are more like friends than lovers, more than one of which we are surely allowed though limited by the same physical and mental constraints.

And don't think it's a one way relationship either. By filling your head full of another writer's memes you eventually spread them around as infectious ideas. In exchange for book lust's fulfillment, your brain is being used for propagation and reproduction. Posted by: Rizalist March 31, at AM. Posted by: petite March 31, at AM. It's a very nifty database site that helps you keep track of your book collection. I can relate with the lust and disgust thing.

It's like that exhilarating feeling of finding a rare book and the feeling that comes after wherein you feel as if the bookstore hoodwinked you into spending on another tome once more.

Just dropped by Booksale and I had to steer myself from buying Poe's collected stories rationalizing that I won't be able to read it anyways. Posted by: juls March 31, at AM. Hi John - Why stop there while we try to set tradition? We'll spend a day of book shopping and then I'll cook a large batch of lemon chicken.

Which you can then eat for days. Hi Lynn -- Portos -- ahhhhh. A media noche sandwich followed by a slice of Tres Leches cake. I could eat the whole menu, seriously.

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And queueing up at the bakery just makes me want to order more. Sometimes I wonder if Atty. Gurfinkel has such a large client base because his office is almost right next to Portos.

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Hello Rizalist - So true -- my books are always there when I need them, they never will betray me, and they bring me to places I've never been to or perhaps never will. And all I need to do is spend some time with them and give them a nice home. What a great deal! Hi Petite - My husband and I would never read each other's books. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

Although we don't have to worry about the other "cutting in" what we're each reading, we both have our own tall stacks of books -- so high and wide I'm thinking of getting rid of our bedside tables just to make more room! Posted by: Gigi March 31, at PM. You have a backlog of 36? I have over It's a shame, I know. Just finished rereading "The Great Gatsby" today but this doesn't count.

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I'm still left with the same number of unread books, some of which have pages that have yellowed through time. Posted by: Abaniko April 01, at AM. Sometimes, I have to refrain myself from getting inside a bookstore. I would end up with a couple of books whenever I visit one. I've managed to keep my backlog to five now after spending most of my free time sitting down and reading. Posted by: Duke April 02, at AM. Posted by: sarah April 03, at AM. Hi Abaniko - You have such a huge backlog yet you reread a book though I admit that's a terrific choice if you really must reread?

Posted by: Gigi April 03, at PM. You should definitly have read Shopgirl first, it is a much better book than a movie Hello Manic - I loved the movie, especially that last scene where Steve Martin is looking at Claire Danes walk away towards her new lover, and his realization at that point.

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