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I'm an overweight, petite bodybuilder-in-training seeking my bliss. I want to create a location-independent lifestyle and spend the rest of my life doing everything I want, not paying any attention to things that don't matter.

reviewed Many Waters. June 25, 2010
Many Waters
As is her wont, Madeleine L'Engle plunges you head first into her story in Many Waters, her fourth book about the Murry family. This time it is the twins, Sandy and Dennys, who have their chance …
A Swiftly Tilting Planet
One of the things I like best about Madeleine L'Engle's writing is that there's no foreplay. You are immediately drawn into the story, from the very first page. A Swiftly Tilting Planet is …
A Boy and His Dog
I loved all of these books, from the very first one where we meet Henry and his family and he gets Mudge, all the way through the most recent stories. They drew me in and charmed me, as much if not more …
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posted a Quick Tip about A Swiftly Tilting Planet. June 23, 2010
A Swiftly Tilting Planet
I found my daughter's name here!!
posted a Quick Tip about The Scarlet Letter. June 21, 2010
The Scarlet Letter
Although I read it in high school, I think of it now as a period piece.
posted a Quick Tip about Jane Eyre. June 21, 2010
Jane Eyre
Although dark, as the Brontes tended to be, still a classic.
posted a Quick Tip about The Complete Winnie the Pooh. June 21, 2010
The Complete Winnie the Pooh
Another one of those books that should be given at birth. The quintessential children's classic.
posted a Quick Tip about The Boxcar Children. June 21, 2010
The Boxcar Children
Another absolute children's classic, too long ignored.
posted a Quick Tip about The Lord of the Rings (novel). June 21, 2010
The Lord of the Rings (novel)
I actually read all three books over a winter. Good read, not for fans of the superficial.
posted a Quick Tip about The Wind in the Willows. June 21, 2010
The Wind in the Willows (first edition; 1908)
"Believe me my young friend there is nothing half as much woth doing as simply messing about in boats". Always a classic.
posted a Quick Tip about Casino Royale. June 21, 2010
Casino Royale
Not his best, but gives a taste of the genre.
posted a Quick Tip about Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Toler.... June 21, 2010
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach
Learned about this one from Levenger. Laughed like a maniac!
posted a Quick Tip about Gone with the Wind (book). June 21, 2010
Gone with the Wind (Book)
You simply have to read it. The descriptions are so detailed that I can remember the scene in the room full of napping girls even now.
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June 29, 2010
Hi, Trece. I just wanted to let you know that there is a book entry for "The Count of Monte Cristo" if you want to move your Quick Tip you posted under the film entry to the book entry. I was hoping you wouldn't mind moving your review to that topic and deleting the one you wrote under the film topic. I'm removing the film item from the community, and I didn't want to lose your Quick Tip. I think there is a way to switch the QT to a different topic, so you might want to try that first if you want to avoid copying, pasting, and deleting. It should be under the edit features of the QT. Let me know if I can help you out! Here's the link for the new data point: http://www.lunch.com/cafelibri/reviews/Count..._Cristo-74-1468480.html

Thanks for being so willing to work with me on the matter!
July 01, 2010
Adrianna, I did realize that I was posting a tip for the movie. I'd love to help you, but I'm not sure what you want, since my comment does specifically reference the movie. Just let me know what I can do. Trece
July 01, 2010
Hey Trece,

Nothing needs to be done, then. Yay! LOL! I was just warning people in case their reviews or Quick Tips were book specific. Since I moved the film topic from the community, Cafe Libri lost all those comments were lost. If you want to write a book specific one, you're welcome to. Otherwise, everything is all good! :D
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