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19 October 2011 @ 03:16 pm
SGA books TAKEN!  
The books have a new home! The original post is below for, I don't know, posterity or something, but this is all set now. Thanks, folks!


So I bought three SGA tie-in novels before I really knew what I was in for — Death Game, Homecoming, and "The Lost"**. Anybody want 'em? If I can ship 'em to you for under about $5 USD, they're yours.

I'd rather just ship one package, but I might be persuaded to split them up if someone just has to have only one. They'd be free (though if anyone wanted to make a small donation to an animal rescue agency in exchange, I wouldn't say no).

If you're a J/T shipper with a high tolerance for the goings-on I highlighted in my above-linked reviews, or if you have someone who is on a holiday/special occasion shopping list, these may be just what you're looking for! First person to request the set gets it; if no one asks for the whole set by the end of October, let's say, then first person to have requested any single book gets it. If any or all remain by then, I'll donate them to the library or something.

** (I can't be bothered to review this one. It was there.)

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Black_Raven135: chopper pilotblack_raven135 on October 19th, 2011 11:50 pm (UTC)
Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

You can send book rate which is dirt cheap
A friend of mine recently sent me a ton of stuff and very cheap
You can email me at rosaleeadams@gmail.com
X-parrotxparrot on October 20th, 2011 09:03 am (UTC)
Aww, now I'm disappointed you didn't review The Lost - your review/rants are quite the entertaining reads! (okay, I may take a perverse pleasure out of reading dissections of bad lit, sue me! ^^)
michelel72: SGA-RodneySam-Readingmichelel72 on October 21st, 2011 04:20 am (UTC)
You know, I almost wish I had; it was actually pretty cathartic to write the prior two. But I finally sat down and read "The Lost" only because I lost power for about eight hours during Hurricane Irene, so I didn't really have anything else to do — but without my laptop, I couldn't really make notes effectively, and I don't remember anything wild enough to make me resort to pen and paper or even retain much of what happened. A pity, in more ways than one.

(And thank you!)