Book borrow

Does anyone have a copy of Enders Game (Orson Scott Card) or 1984 (George Orwell) that I can borrow? I promise I’ll treat the books like they were my own (and if you know me, you know that’s a good thing.)

Also, if there’s a book you own that you think I should read (and that I would be better for reading it) tell me about it and we’ll set a date to meet, have coffee (or hot beverage of your choice) and swap books. In exchange, I’ll present you with a book I own that I think you would enjoy. Sounds like a good arrangement, eh?

It should also be known that these exchanges can only occur with those who care for their books in a like-minded manner. Otherwise, strains may form on the relationship.

*NOTE: Self-help books or other publications promoting thoughts, ideas or beliefs not shared by all parties involved are not permited within the exchange unless agreed upon by all participants. (Otherwise feelings might be hurt.)

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3 Responses to “Book borrow”

  1. I think I have both of those books. 1984 is brand new (I haven’t read it yet) and Ender’s Game I inherited and is in “well loved” condition.
    If you’d like to borrow them, you’re totally welcome to, I just have to get them both back eventually. 🙂

  2. tikijam says:

    I don’t have either of those books, but I want to play the book swap game! I’ve been craving a new GOOD book to read. But I can’t meet you for coffee, obviously…what about a book swap by mail? Or to save on postage, we could just suggest a book to each other to go check out at the library 😛

  3. sarahmadson says:

    We could totally do something via mail or via library. Any suggestions so far? I finished “Wicked” a couple months ago and it was a fun read. (Kenny actually gave me the book for Christmas.) 🙂 While it’s obviously not intended to be a serious true story book, it touches on some heavy real life issues. I found it to be rather thought provoking and humorous at the same time.

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