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Booksgiving rides again! 
12th-Jan-2014 09:02 pm
Read Irresponsibly
Hey Ho, they must go! I have a box of VERY random stuff that has come into our lives, and needs to go back out. As the newly-arrived books get shelved, other stuff gets bumped. Would you like to adopt a book or two? Or at least, provide the next stopping point on a book's journey through the world? If so, please comment here before next weekend.

Please don't judge me too hard by this list. Remember: this is the list of what is leaving, not what we are keeping.



Steadfast, by Mercedes Lackey (can't even keep it to keep the series intact... It's that disappointing.)
Friday Night Bites
Some Girls Bite
Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes
Coins of Chaos
Shadow and Bone
Mad Scientist's Guide to World Domination
Cat owner's manual
Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine, October 2007, december 2007, February 2008, May 2008, and July 2008
Capitalism: the Unknown Ideal
The Early Ayn Rand
Portrait in Sepia, by Isabel Allende
Masterwalk, short stories by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller
Calamity's Child, short stories by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller (four three copies!)
Give War a Chance, by P.J. O'Rourke
Age and Guile, by P.J. O'Rourke
Bias, by Bernard Goldberg
Club Dead, by Charlaine Harris
Etiquette for Outlaws
Power to the People, Russian Strength Training Secrets for Every American, by Pavel Tsatsouline

CLAIMED

Atlas Shrugged - KushielsFire
Calamity's Child - KushielsFire

Last Wool and Testament, a Haunted Yarn Shop Mystery - Make_Your_Move

Goodnight iPad, a parody of Goodnight Moon - Blushing_Grace

Fiction River #2,3,4,5. - JPEnamalist
TwentyFour Magazine issues 1 and 2 - JPEnamalist

Foundation, by Lackey - FireAndEarth
Carnipunk - FireAndEarth

Political Animal - VValkyri
Comments 
13th-Jan-2014 11:36 am (UTC)
They are yours.

Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes is what happens when some myths around the world are reinterpreted according to a standup comedian. It is, for the most part, accurate, but not terribly explanatory. It is also funny and shallow.

The Mad Scientist's Guide is an anthology that has a lot of science fiction. Some of the Fiction River anthologies are more science fiction than others.
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