Sunday, September 21, 2008

Good Evening

Good Evening! I was going to list my Etsy listings here but I thought I’d only welcome you to the evening. Put on your best Transylvanian twang and say it ten times….”Good Evening”. I remember saying that when I used to watch the old Bela Legosi films of Dracula. It’s such a fun line to say. If you want to see the latest listing though just go to the Etsy Mini and click. You’ll find them there.

What I wanted to tell you about is this site you may have stumbled on if you are a paperback fan. It’s called Paperback Swap. For just the cost of postage you can swap out your books for more to read and if you’re addicted to them when your waiting around you might want to look here. It’s a pretty slick site and cost saving concept…for trees too. What are you reading lately? I’ve been listening to The Traveler’s Wife on the I-Pod (thanks to Susan for recording them for this tech weenie) and reading the Penland Book of Jewelry (such light fair!).

4 comments:

rosebud101 said...

Sharon, I'm reading a book that I think I might have read before, but I'm not sure because I seem to remember parts of the book, but I don't remember all of it. It's called State of Fear by Michael Crighton. I'm thinking that I picked up the book and read parts of it to see if I would like it. It's interesting.

susanlambert said...

love the new skulls! Especially Elvis. :-) One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready and go cats go..........

angelinabeadalina said...

Gooooooood Eeeeeeeevening! Oh, now, I'm gonna be saying that all day long, Sharon :)

The paperback swap sounds cool!

Mallory, I have done that before myself! I read for the moment, to enjoy a story. So, naturally, I don't worry about memorizing the plot...which means I inevitably get attracted to the same book more than once. Shoot, might as well go ahead and read it again if it's a good one :)

Right Turn ArtWerks said...

I've bought the same book twice thinking I haven't read it yet. Then found out I was correct, I hadn't...only then had two copies of it, Duh. I'll have to look for Michael Crighton book...or swap for it!