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Melhay
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Re: Elantris


carmen22 wrote:

Nadine wrote:

carmen22 wrote:
Sounds good, Nadine, I'll be starting Elantris today then. I like Spook too.

We do seem to be juggling a lot of books at once!

 


   Yes, we are. Right now I'm trying to figure out what books I want to order. We have so many we are talking about then I have personal ones I want, ahhhh! What to do? What to do? If I could only get them all that would make things a lot easier! Maybe I'll do the old Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe :smileyvery-happy:!

 

Krista


 

Ya, and then you have those books you ordered to be delivery by mail and wait, and wait, and wait.:smileysad:  Krista I know you know this feeling.  I am waiting on a book currently that I thought I could sneak in this weekend before I moved on.  If it don't come tomorrow I will be starting Elantris then too.  I thought I could sneak a 200 page book in before I went to Elantris, but I may take another plan if it doesn't show up tomorrow...
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Re: Elantris

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Melhay wrote:

carmen22 wrote:

   Yes, we are. Right now I'm trying to figure out what books I want to order. We have so many we are talking about then I have personal ones I want, ahhhh! What to do? What to do? If I could only get them all that would make things a lot easier! Maybe I'll do the old Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe :smileyvery-happy:!

 

Krista


 

Ya, and then you have those books you ordered to be delivery by mail and wait, and wait, and wait.:smileysad:  Krista I know you know this feeling.  I am waiting on a book currently that I thought I could sneak in this weekend before I moved on.  If it don't come tomorrow I will be starting Elantris then too.  I thought I could sneak a 200 page book in before I went to Elantris, but I may take another plan if it doesn't show up tomorrow...

  Yes, I know the feeling. Today, actually, I went to order like four books and two of them were pre-order books. Well, when you pre-order and get free delivery you have to wait until all the books are in to get them shipped. I wish I would have read that first, I would have ordered Warbreaker separate but I didn't and now I have to wait until June 9th to get all the books I just ordered, shucks! Oh well, I guess I can get to my TBR pile I already have:smileywink:!

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