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Book as Treasure

Do you have keeper books? I’ve blogged before about mine. They’re the ones I read over and over. They live on their own special shelf in my bedroom. I wouldn’t dream of reading them as e-books.   I go back to them in times of stress or illness; I recommend them to others but never lend […]
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