jpgr: (DW 9 Hand Out)
Yep, I still have a number of Who books for sale. I have updated my list to make sure everything is listed and the sold books have been deleted.

Target Novelizations
Virgin New Adventures
Virgin Missing Adventures
BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures
BBC Past Doctor Adventures
BBC New Series Adventures
Torchwood (a few left)
Miscellaneous paperbacks (includes short trips & decalogs)
Misc. Non-Fiction
Big Finish audios

Some books have prices but I am willing to negotiate. If a book is not priced, I can check the going rates.

Please PM me with your email if you are interested.
jpgr: (DW 9 Hand Out)
Still have a large number of books for sale.

Target novelizations
Virgin New Adventures (7th Doctor)
Virgin Missing Adventures (earlier Doctors)
BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures
BBC Past Doctor Adventures
BBC New Series
plus miscellaneous paperbacks and non-fiction

Also some early Big Finish audios

Either PM me with your email or leave it in the comments. I'm going to be moving and I would love the books to go somewhere they'd be appreciated. The prices are negotiable.

I really don't want to do eBay so please save me the aggro.
jpgr: (SoP Life on Earth)
I hear thunder all around and the sky is getting dark so I guess I'd better post before the power goes.

I did mean to post yesterday but I got caught up in a book. Strange, I know. Anyway, I've been caught up in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Yes, it's a bit of a Potter knock-off but only in the fact that the boy is young (12) with special talents, instead of a school, he goes to a summer camp where they are divided into cabins instead of houses, and his two best friends are a boy and girl. I think if look at it on its own merits, it's fun. Plus, I've always loved mythology, esp Greek. I think I was in 3rd grade when I discovered my sister's copy of Edith Hamilton's Mythology. I found the first book when I was in MD and I was in a book crisis. I didn't read it until a few weeks after I got home, having forgotten I had it. They've already made a film of the first novel and I think it'll be out later in the year. I'm just lloking forward to seeing Pierce Brosnan as a centaur. :) I did find some of the books online so if you want to try that route....

Both the writing and stitching are movong along slowly. I plan to get some more done while I watch Andy Roddick tonight.

Last Week's Answers

The quote was from The House of Seven Gables

1. PS I Love You -- The Beatles
2. Give Me a Reason -- The Corrs
3. Don't Rain on My parade -- Barbara Streisand (from Funny Girl)
4. Dance Hall Days -- Wang Chung
5. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -- Elton John

This Week

"Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life."

1. Stars shining bright above you Night breezes seem to whisper "I love you"
2. Here come the woman With the look in her eye
3. Good morning mister sunshine, you brighten up my day
4. Virgil Caine is the name and I served on the Danville train
5. It's not the way you smile that touched my heart.
jpgr: (DW 10 reading)
I saw that [ profile] coquillagement did this and since that's a rarity, I felt I had to as well.

Gacked from [ profile] ashavah

Books! Best weapons in the world )
jpgr: (DW 10 reading)
I have taken it upon myself to finally go through the many boxes of books I have in the attic. I've decided ti basically keep all my DW novels and the HPs of course, but there are a few series I plan to get rid of either at a book swap or the library. Thing is, I'd thought I'd offer them up here first. The only payment I'd ask is shipping.

Martha Grimes' Richard Jury Series )

M.C. Beaton's Hamish Macbeth Series )

Bernard Cornwell's Sharpe Series )

Anne Perry's Thomas & Charlotte Pitt Series )

Anne Perry's William Monk Series )


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