Books to read while waiting for YoG (was: Re: Re Brust, censorship and Millie)

Melissa Proffitt Melissa at Proffitt.com
Thu Jun 29 16:37:39 EDT 2000


On Mon, 26 Jun 2000 12:19:40 +0100, otheng wrote:

>I find the easiest thing to do with Heyer is to look in charity shops and on
>the sort of stall in markets that specialises in Mills and Boon, Silhouette
>etc. I can often get them (or my daughter can - I have pretty much the set
>now) for under a quid.

Well, as you note elsewhere, we don't have the same kind of shops you do.
:)  The thrift stores here...it depends on which ones you go to; it seems
that the ones that have a poor selection of books always have a poor
selection.  And I'm really not kidding about the no bookstores thing.  I'm
used to living fairly close to at least *one* bookstore, even if it's not
great.  (Also, the used book phenomenon has really taken off in the West
lately, and prices can be fairly high even for old battered books.  Too bad
I wasn't more wealthy ten years ago when you could still get a bag of books
in good shape for $10.)

> I also am waiting for a few books on hold, but I don't think they'll get
>here on time.  Ditto _Spindle's End_, which I had to order from Amazon
>because our Barnes & Noble didn't have it  in stock (!!!).

It turned out that Amazon gave me a complimentary shipping upgrade for no
reason and the books were on my doorstep when I got back from the hospital!

>My list from Amazon is just out of control.....

My relatives cleaned mine out at the beginning of the year.  I can't seem to
think of any new titles to add to it--again, lots of things I want aren't in
print yet....

Melissa Proffitt
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