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I've got the first four books in the Anita Blake series. I just bought the last seven online--and it cost be $8.00. ^_^ This is what happens when you own/have read so many books that people don't know which ones to get you, so they get you gift certificates, and you hoard them and put them away and forget about them until years later when you have to go through your things to pack and move. :p

I've got $110 dollars worth of gift certificates. (or, well, I did, before I spent $60 of it. ;)). I would have been able to buy all seven books without having to pay anything, except decided it didn't want to recognize my $25 certificate as valid, so I had to use my $20 one instead. The $25 one I guess I'll just have to keep until the next time I'm actually inside a Border's.

Anyway. I'm happy. I've got my Anita fix. :p And it cost me less than $2/book! ^_^
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Man, I made out like a bandit. T gave me a $50 limit at Barnes and Noble, plus one extra book so that it could be Danielle's present. I got Glenraven, by Holly Lisle and Marion Zimmer Bradley, Chicks in Chainmail, an anthology edited by Esther Friesner that looks like it's going to be drop-dead hilarious, The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley, Killashandra by Anne McCaffrey, Fairyland by Paul J. McAuley, The Pillars of the World, by Anne Bishop and Assassin Fantastic, an anthology about assassins edited by Martin H. Greenber and Alexander Potter. I'm so excited, I don't even know where to begin. I wanted to get Women at War so I could read Holly's short story "A Few Good Men," but they didn't have it. :P So I figure I'll have to convince my mom to order it for me off of


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