Want Books?

Update: All books are claimed.

Once again I’m clearing off my bookshelves of some of the books I’ve read recently and don’t anticipate reading again. How can you get one of these for your very own? Just follow these three steps:

  1. Choose your book from the list below. Condition of the books varies, so please read the descriptions carefully!
  2. Leave a comment with your choice so others know the book has been claimed. First come, first served! One book per person.
  3. E-mail your shipping address to me at teresakayep at yahoo dot com. I will mail the book in a week or so, and I will ship internationally.

Simple. So take your pick, and enjoy!

  • Devotion by Howard Norman. Hardcover. In very good condition.
  • The Captive Queen by Alison Weir. Softcover Advance Review Edition. Note: This edition just has a plain red cover, common in advance editions. In very good condition.
  • The Holy Vote: The Politics of Faith in America by Ray Suarez. Signed softcover. A lot of underlining and marginal notes.
  • Four Past Midnight by Stephen King. Mass market paperback. Creased spine but otherwise good condition.
  • War on the Margins by Libby Cone. Hardcover. In very good condition.
  • Star Island by Carl Hiaasen. Softcover Advance Review Edition. In very good condition.
  • The Language of God by Francis S. Collins. Hardcover. Lots of underlining and marginal notes.
  • The Tale of Genji by Murasaki Shikibu. Abridged translation by Kencho Suematsu. In very good condition aside from slightly bent cover.
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8 Responses to Want Books?

  1. Kinna says:

    This is sweet of you. I would like Star island by Carl Hiaasen. Thank you.

  2. Sheltiemama says:

    I’d love “The Captive Queen.”

  3. Sandra says:

    I would love to have Devotion by Howard Norman, please.

  4. rhonda says:

    how nice of you.The Holy Vote please

  5. Michelle says:

    What a nice thing to do. War on the Margins please! I’ve been wishing for this book since I first read about it.

  6. Well, if you’re offering, I wouldn’t mind your copy of The Language of God.

  7. Mae says:

    Tale of Genji please!!!

  8. Please may I have Four Past Midnight by Stephen King?


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