Bookaholic Confessions

There’s a great column over at SF Signal by Scott Cupp on the pain of book addiction, something to which many of us can relate. Geek with (Lots of) Books SF Signal is also on the blogroll (at right)

Hat tip to Bill Crider on this one.

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5 Responses to Bookaholic Confessions

  1. Drongo says:

    It takes a strong man to get rid of hundreds of early Gold Medals.

  2. Jeff Meyerson says:

    I can quit anytime I want, as Dr. Crider would say.

  3. Drongo – it took a strong man to BUY all of them, too.
    Jeff – sure you can. We all can. I did, just last month.

  4. Patti Abbott says:

    I honestly believe I am going to read all the books I buy. And I will if I live another hundred years–and stop buying books right now.

  5. I’m there with you. Lately I’ve been getting rid of books I think I’m over, like the 90 Star Trek paperbacks I got rid of recently.

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