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posted 08-02-2002 03:00 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Peter   Click Here to Email Peter     Edit/Delete Message
this forum has been quiet for a few months.As mentioned elsewhere, we have been stripping my study out and redecorating.
It occured to me whilst filling bin-bags of 'Junk'.
When does something we perhaps collected in the past, pass that sell by date ?
For myself I was an avid S.f/Fantasy fhan. Attending many conventions, producing magazines etc. But over the last few years I have sold books for a mere pitance. Just to clear my shelves. I do retain a few old favourites.
In the latest clear-out hoards of castle cuttings went. Because they were never filed in order.
What do I do with 'doubles' ?
How cold hearted are YOU ????

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posted 08-02-2002 08:20 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for NAN2   Click Here to Email NAN2     Edit/Delete Message
'PETER' i understand your problem-but im afraid that us texans from america some-times
dont get words like whilst.
what is the worth of a pitance?
must not be worth much.
anyway,texans frequently throw their stuff away!if you might do that to your 'doubles'.
just as an idea.

posted 08-03-2002 07:05 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Recent family events forced me to 'rationalise' my library....I couldn't bring myself to throw it out, it's all in the attic for future use...when maybe we've got a bit more space again.....boxes and boxes and more boxes of it, including 50 odd Tranter novels.

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