Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Petter

“Because life seemed just a gay series of petting parties to “Merry” Locke, she did not recognize the Real Thing when it came along.”  ~ Beatrice Burton advertising panel. How could I not want this book?  The Petter has always … Continue reading

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An Exciting Discovery

Look what I found! Honestly, I had planned for my next blog post to be a “book review” entry.  However, in the initial drafting stages of that post, something happened.  For whatever reason, I started looking through other books by … Continue reading

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My Trip to the Library of Congress

Recently I attended the National Collegiate Book Collecting Contest’s awards ceremony at the Library of Congress.  What a surreal experience! And yes, I even have some photographic evidence of this event!  The picture to the left is of me on … Continue reading

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