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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Have You Seen This Book?

Karen Marie Moning's hilarious tale ("Into the Dreaming") of a contemporary writer who lands in the 15th century and falls in love with a Scotsman.

This short story was originally included Tapestry. A collection of short stories. I received a notice from Barnes and Nobles informing this book would be available February 28th. I headed on over to the Barnes and Noble site to add to my wish list, couldn't find it. Went to Amazon, not there. What the hell? How can B&N send me a notice and it not be there on the site!

A few weeks later, B&N sent me a notice saying the book was available but only as used. I don't want it used, I want it brand new. I could just buy Tapestry, but I only want Karen Marie Moning's short story. I didn't care for the other ones. So today I'm heading back to B&N to see if it's in stock. So if you hear a scream of frustration, it's me.

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