25 April 2011

Spring Cleaning: Hardcover Trade

About a month from now, Mr. Whimsy and I will be heading out to our soon-to-be new state to start rental property shopping. The upcoming move has me spring cleaning and checking my bookshelves to see if there is any I can swap or trade. So I thought why don't I tell you gals what hardcovers I have available for trade and what hardcovers I am looking for. If you're interested, email me and we shall swap. Note: I am looking for permanent trades.


UPDATE: As of 5.16.11 the remaining books have been donated to the library. Thank you for stopping by.

21 comments :

  1. but didn't you just move??? i'm so sorry you have to move again ~ where are you off to now?

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  2. Oh, good luck on the swap! I'm yearning for Friendship Bread as well!

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  3. Stacy: I did yes. But the job/city didn't end up being a good fit so we're on the road again this summer. This time we're heading to Kentucky.

    Tipsy: Thanks!

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  4. I wish I had some to give you. Good luck with the move!

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  5. So many books on both lists that I'm wanting! Ha. I don't have any, but good luck with the move dear. I'm still settling in myself and may have to uproot once more this summer.

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  6. I want the Green Angel by Alice Hoffman!!!
    set it aside for me and I will email you a list of books I have for trade.

    I wish you were moving to NY! Good luck chicky!
    I'll come help you pack!

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  7. Good luck with the move, I'm originally from Tennessee, that's a beautiful part of the country!

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  8. Sounds like a great idea Juju. Best of luck on the move and the swaps! ^_^

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  9. Hope that you will find the new place much more better Juju!

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  10. Casee Marie: Oooo and summer moving is so hard! Good luck! *fingers crossed* for you.

    Walltowall: Ok! :D I look forward to it.

    Vamp: Thanks. It really is! Where do you reside now?

    Cherry: Good catch! That was a spelling error. I meant permanent. *slapping my own forehead*

    GMR, Darlyn, and Michelle Red: Thanks!

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  11. Good luck with the move and the swaps! I don't have any of the books except for Water For Elephants, but it's an audio book on my iPod. :( I hope you find the books you are looking for!

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  12. Shipping prices are so low in the US compared to in Canada. Sometimes it costs 2-3x more to ship a package in Canada and its why I never do any swaps.

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  13. Wow! Ketucky! My grandfather was born there. I wish I had a couple of books for you I would love to read Scones and Sensibility! Oh, well...I hope you are able to trade! I'm definitely checking out Twenties Girl, though. lol

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  14. Good luck with the move and the swap! :) I would have loved to swap some books with you, but I live in another country!

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  15. Misha: O really? I didn't know that. Which country?

    Julie: I know right. Huge change but I'm excitied. As for Scones and Sensability, I would so send it to you but someone's called dibs. It is super cute.

    Jenny N: I feel ya!

    Penny: Thanks honey!

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  16. I don't have any fun hardcovers to trade, but I had to tell you---I love those kitchen gloves!! :D

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  17. Juju, I have Water for Elephants but it's a softcover. Do you want it when I'm done? I'm reading it next.

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  18. This really is such a great idea! I have stacks of books I could do this with....I just might have to! Thanks. :o)

    Oh! I really want to read Friendship Bread as well. I think I entered everywhere under the sun to try and win it, but didn't manage. Oh well!

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  19. Little Miss Becky: Me too! ;)

    Liz: Awe! Thank you. I will miss the water.

    Joy: Ooooo thank you!

    Danielle Angel: You should so do it! And I'm SO with you. Everything I hear about Friendship Bread sounds incredible.

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