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Booknificent Thursday Link-up Party #7! — 12 Comments

  1. Happy Thursday! I’m finishing up an excellent book today called Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain. It’s a very well-researched and insightful look at introversion and extroversion.

    Hope the week settles down a bit!

  2. Hi Tina, good to “see” you again. I’m number 9 on your link-up and hope you will share with your Facebook friends. I meant to caption it “On Editing – Behind the Scenes of Writing,” but for some reason the “of” became “on.” Talk about editing! Anyhow, I thought it may be of interest to your readers to be on the other side of the book. Take care, and have a great week!

  3. Hello, Tina:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog! Hopefully you will find more usefuly information on learning Chinese and don’t freak out on Chinese.

    I love your link-up party and my link is #21 and hope you can share it with your facebook friends. Thank you and take care!


    • No worries. I didn’t mean that it wasn’t useful – I hope it didn’t come across that way!!! Just that I get a little freaked out by Mandarin books. We actually just bought Rosetta Stone for Mandarin so maybe I’ll soon be less freaked out. 🙂 I’ll be happy to share your link on facebook! Thanks for linking up!

    • Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to link up others and with others! I was linked by #31 and I linked #32 We would love to be shared. I have liked you on fb and I am excited to share all sorts of neat family fun stuff with you on fb as well!

  4. I added your button to my collection. I’m a lady-of-a-certain age and when my older brother who is now deceased was a boy, “beanie caps” were the fad. The boys had a beanie cap and collected “buttons” they pinned to them. You were really in vogue if you had a cap covered with buttons!

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