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03/10/2012

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It seems many of us have the same problems. I've been trynig to whittle down my library to the essentials, sentimental copies, and collectibles. But, I have TBR piles in several places and a box of books I plan to read and get rid of. When I get around to it.I almost never buy books, but my local used book store takes books in trade, so I constantly have a credit balance to spend there. After forty years together, my husband has given up on buying me jewelry and other stuff' and gives me Amazon gift certificates. You know what I do with them, right? Ideally, I'm buying books for my Kindle, not physical books. That brings me to reading on my Kindle. If I do that, I feel like I'm cheating on my TBR piles.And then there's the public library. I do exactly what you do: put tons of things on hold and read them before books on my TBR piles. I think it's the due date, too, and the fact that I feel the librarians expect me to read what I borrow. Will there be a quiz? Add to all this the fact that I'm not a kid anymore, not by a long shot, so I have that nagging feeling that I may never get around to reading all of Shakespeare, Proust, the Bible, etc.I'd say this was all self-inflicted, but we have a disease, don't we? We can't be any different because it's in our natures to read and love books.

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