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December 10, 2008

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Ron

I like your query, Deborah.

What I'd like under the tree: My Name is Russell Fink. So Young, Brave, and Handsome, Writing Down the Bones, any used short story anthologies (I'm working on the world's largest collection).

Since none of my four kids have any money at all to spend, I've included the following on my list: to give me the names of two books they would like me to read this year. I'll commit to read them (library) and discuss them--a gift for them and for me.

What I'm giving: Multiple Bles8sings (about the Gosselin family, with sextuplets and twins) and a complete set of used Philip Gulley's Harmony Series books to my wife (still looking for these--any ideas out there?). Poetry for one of my sons. The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (all of the books in one handy volume) for another.

We've got stacks and stacks of books; really no need for more. But it's one of our favorite things. (Maybe I'll start an ebay used book store of my own!)

Nicole Petrino-Salter

Hey, Deb. I'm giving a copy of Demon . . . a memoir to two relatives. Beautiful writing, profound.
I'm not in need of any novels right at the moment. My TBR pile is too high, I'm proofing a ms. for a friend, and I've got three or four coming for January's CFBA tour. Yikes!
If we don't hear from you before . . . have a wonderful Christmas in the blessings of Jesus.

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