Thursday, November 09, 2006

Still working out the kinks!!!


My friends, Jill and Dina introduced me to a neat new site called Shelfari. You can view the books I've read or am reading there. It's kind of a neat way to share with friends who also enjoy reading. I'm still working on adding books to my shelf, but it's taking a while to get them all on there. I've read hundreds and hundreds of books over the years. I majored in English Lit in university, so some of the books were required reading, while others were for sheer enjoyment or general curiosity. Please be patient, as I add books to my shelf :)

***NEW LINK!!!***
Introducing....Current News! The host of this site is a very talented and creative genius. I have had the pleasure of seeing (and purchasing) some of his artistic work while perusing the farmers' markets and other venues of the sort. If you love jewelry and chainmail too, then you will want to check out his stuff. I know those who love anything made on Manitoulin will definitely want to see (and buy!!) his jewelry.
PS.I don't know if he has pics of his jewelry posted or if there's any way you can purchase any online...but his blog is very interesting!

1 comments:

t said...

Very cool, Chris. I'll check out his site. I would do the Shelfari thing with you, but I havent' exactly been readong many books lately other then Dr Seuss and Robert Munsch with the kids!

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