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August 16, 2006



Aside from the fact that I don't even consider my suggestions to be real books lol, here's another question for you -- as if you didn't have enough to do! How do you "wish away" real live twaddle received as gifts by members of your household, usually the junior members? This is always a chore I dislike. I never feel good about regifting something (uninscribed, it goes without saying) I wouldn't want as a gift, so it's generally off to the Goodwill or the library's discard sale, which raises money to buy good (we hope) books. But still...


Here was one suggestion I got in the comments: any book where a violent criminal made money from its publication...

But I also had trouble answering this one. It is tough to wish a book away.

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