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15 March 2007

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Red

I run/advise 48 ebay business some ranging up too 200K a month. All legit companies not trying to de-fraud anyone as its a nightmare. eBay now takes up to 15% of the value of the item...so you have to work that in your margin or you end up running around in circles not making any money!

Coco

Hey, posted my first ever Thursday Thirteen as well today... thought I'd drop in to say hi :)

Read Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club recently, have you read it?

Raggedy

The titles don't sound familiar to me.
I love to read.
Terrific Thursday Thirteen!
My TT is posted.
Have a wonderful day!
Happy TT'ing!
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Raggedy

Daisy

My Mommie LOVED Harriet the Spy when she was little!

Red

I don't think I have read any of those. Just the normal jane austin stuff force fed me at school! I did read anne rice for pleasure!

Fence

Welcome to the world of T13 :)

I haven't read all the books you've listed, but love Atwood's work.

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