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February 13, 2012


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Melissa Cummins

I'll agree that a book is the best gift! There are always so many different options too. You can't really go wrong.

2012 is appearing to be the Year of the Memoir in my GoodReads list. Thanks for giving me another title to add to my pile!

Kathy R

Books are the perfect gift because picking out the right book for someone is so personal.


I knew my husband was the one when on our first Valentine's Day he gave me a book. An early edition of To Kill A Mockingbird (which also made him awesome). 26 years later I still get books as gifts.

Sharon Berger

A captivating post which I fully endorse and appreciate. Books which I treasure are always a gift that is ideal, and memorable. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Janet Oberfoell

I love a good book. Tuck a rose inside the pages and you have the perfect Valentine's Day gift!

Aniko Nagy

I like reason number 1. So true. What you think plays a big part in being sexy and romantic.

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