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Is there a 12-step program for Goodreads?

Those of you who know me pretty well know that I can’t go for even a day without reading something, somewhere, and usually have some sort of book stashed nearby, if not physically attached to my person. Family may remember how I’d bring a book to practically every family event. Some kids had security blankets like Linus Van Pelt. I had my book. I even took one into Walmart on Friday in case I had to wait in line during checkout.

During my coaching appointment on Thursday, Justin mentioned this site called goodreads.com. I checked it out later that evening, and I think I must have spent half of my internet time since thenĀ (and I’m on the internet a *lot*) diddling around with that site, playing with the widgets, adding multiple booklists, and looking at other people’s lists. What fun! If you’re like me and love books in all forms, go take a look at this site. If you want to add me as a friend, you can visit my Goodreads profile and send a friend request.

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2 Responses to Is there a 12-step program for Goodreads?

  1. GwendolynNo Gravatar says:

    Books were also my security blanket when growing up and even now, though now my on the go reading material is baby related.

    I also never bought a purse unless I could fit a book inside it (usually big enough for a hardcover Drizzt book!).

  2. rebeccaNo Gravatar says:

    Sometimes I think I need one of those dimensional pockets, containing a small library, that I could just access wherever I go!

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