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I'm a Nut! But I'm a New Nut!

Post by sreneme+h » 15 Aug 2018, 10:25

Hello all! :tiphat:

My name is Sharon and I love books! Actually, that is an understatement... I LOVE BOOKS! I'm obsessed with books! Yeah, that sounds better - obsessed! Now you know, that this is the only way one can become a stalker and not get into trouble... :wink: I love that knowledge!

I've been avid reader since my parents had read to me when I was an itty-bitty. With that love, it bloomed into a passion. Now, that passion is now my hobby and has introduced me to a new world of writing. I love to write also! I'm recently trying to write a novel, I have no idea how it will go, but I'm more than optimistic. HEE HEE. I just need to turn myself onto using better English, hence, bigger words. :roll: :shock:

I currently live in Southern Georgia, with my older sister, mother, and two loves of my life: Mokey & Diesel (Mokey is a mix of Pom./Chiuahuah: Diesel is a mix of Chiuahuah/Mini. Pinscher).

I am sure that I love and have more hobbies but right now, I cannot think of any! :lol2:


-S- :gaah: :romance-grouphug:

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Post by gali » 15 Aug 2018, 11:28

In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)

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