Sunday, March 20, 2016

Spring Cleaning Giveaway Hop


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115 comments:

  1. My husband would say I hoard, but I do go thru and share quite a few with friends.

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  2. Mostly a hoarder, but I give away and share the ones I've read.

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  3. I'm a definite book hoarder... and now with tablets and ereaders, I'm an ebook hoarder too. It's pretty bad. lol

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  4. I try to clean them out every few years, but I never mange to donate many.

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  5. every so often, trying to give away more... but, mostly i just move them to other shelves!

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  6. I have to get rid of books every now and then so I can make room for more books.

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  7. I hoard books, but once in a while I remove a few books.
    myrifraf(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. We donate from time to time. Most of the used bookstores for trade are gone alas.

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  9. We donate from time to time. Most of the used bookstores for trade are gone alas.

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  10. I hoarded for years but now I pass along books to other ravenous readers I know!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  11. I am a hoarder. Lucky for me, so is my husband when it comes to books.

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  12. I only get rid of my doubles (I donate them to a library that puts them into circulation). I'm NOT a hoarder, I'm a collector, with books going back to the 1960's and earlier. Many of them are either first editions or first printings. Lots of them are autographed or personalized. I have close to 3000 books in two rooms and a storage bin.

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  13. I will clean out ones that I did not really like but the rest are hoarded and guarded well.

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  14. I can't even lie, I'm a book hoarder. I think getting rid of books would nearly kill me. Thank you for sharing this, Melissa and Mudpie!

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  15. I do both. I hoard all of my books when I first get them and read them. Then the day comes when I can't find a book and clean my shelves to organize them. That's where some I enjoyed but won't read again go into a box and are donated to a local shelter. It's hard to let them go, but I'm firm on, once in the box, it stays in the box. LOL

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  16. I'm definitely a book whorder I can't seem to get rid of any I want to have a huge library

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  17. time to do my own spring cleaning as well!

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  18. I usually clean out my bookshelves 2 or 3 times a year.

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  19. I hoard of course, unless it really wasn't a good book. (Http://thebelgianreviewer.wordpress.com)

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  20. We are fortunate to have many bookshelves, so I don't need to go through them and weed out books often!

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  21. I keep the books I love and I donate the ones I don't want to read again.

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  22. I usually donate the books I read and don't get attached to away to Purple Heart or Jubilee Missions.
    Carol Smith. penelope223(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  23. Both, I hoard, then I loan some out, then I donate, lol :)

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  24. I hoard them lol and some times I donate

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  25. I clean out every so often and swap with a good friend of mine. :)

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  26. Mum cleans out very often and donate. Now she only buys ebooks for novels. Purrs

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  27. I have to clean them out some when my shelves are full. So I pass them along to friends who I know will read them.

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  28. I clean them off every so often...but it's not easy.

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  29. I hoard my books. It is so hard for me to get rid of any!!!

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  30. I hoard books but every year or so I will weed some out

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  31. Try to clean them out, but I swear they reproduce at night :)

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  32. I give all my books to my grandmother and to my sister, so I clean it out regularly!
    Dianna

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  33. I'm pretty much a hoarder. However, I did start a library at my church with most of the books I had already read.

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  34. I only hoard the ones I love ... which is all of them. Ha Ha Ha!

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  35. I go through them every couple months and I'm still a hoarder!

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  36. I pass books along to relatives, friends or the library. I do still have full bookshelves.

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  37. I clean them out! Gotta make room! If I lived in a bigger place, I'd hoard them more lol

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  38. I do clear them out every once in a while and either sell them to the used book store or donate to the library.

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  39. I clean them out every so often. Have a bunch that I wont ever give away

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  40. Some books I pass along to family and friends and others I donate.

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  41. If I've read it I either trade it or donate it. I get rid of books to make room for more.

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  42. I'm mostly a hoarder, but I periodically make myself clean some out to make room for others...

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  43. I'm mostly a hoarder, but I periodically make myself clean some out to make room for others...

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  44. I share my books with my Daughter and my sister, after I read them ♡ Thank you

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  45. I hoard them but I organize them frequently and lend them to people

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  46. It varies from year to year. Sometimes I gift and donate lots of books. Other years I hoard.

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  47. Clean out once a year and donate to the library book sale.

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  48. I only keep the ones I absolutely love. All others are donated to libraries or given away to family and friends who want them.

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  49. I really, really, really try not to be a hoarder but it always seems that if I manage to weed out 5 books I replace them with 10 more!

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  50. Not sure if it's hoarding or laziness, but nothing ever seems to leave the shelves.

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  51. I hoard them. Books are the only thing I hoard.

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  52. I clean them out, letting other share in the read and then donating all the returned ones. Thanks for sharing.

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  53. I'll clean them out every so often (usually when I want new books but can't afford any), I usually take them to a used book store for some credit.

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  54. I hoard them. I swap some (on Paperback Swap and Book Mooch) but then get others in return. I never donate any but I should.

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  55. I actually hoard my books and have 100s of them.

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  56. I'm a hoarder definitely, I know I need to weed some out, it's just finding the time and figuring out which I want to donate, trade, or sell. Thanks for the chance to win a bunch of awesome books.

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  57. I do clean out my shelves every so often, but I don't get rid of much.

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  58. I am a book hoarder, but I have a box of books that people can choose from when they come over.

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  59. I usually don't keep books after I read them. They go straight to the library so it's not really necessary to do much cleaning of my shelves.

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  60. I clean out my bookshelves to make room for more...but I keep a zillion of them!

    Deborah

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  61. I clean my bookshelves about twice a year - and take them to the volunteer stations at the medical center where I take my Dad for appointments. (I used to donate them to the bookstore at the library, but after being stuck at the hospital with my Dad a time or two, I know what a godsend a book can be when you are sitting in an uncomfortable place for HOURS...)

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  62. I clean them out once in a while & send them to deployed service members.

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  63. I hoard them. I hate getting rid of books.

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  64. I clean them out occasionally so that I can make room for more.

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  65. I am a book hoarder! Especially if I really enjoyed it, I keep it to re-read in the future!

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  66. I try,but they are kind of a mess.

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  67. I try getting rid of them but if I'm reading I like saving them and when I have the whole series read one right after the other.

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  68. I mostly hoard, but I do clean things out occasionally :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    -Amber Terry-

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  69. I don't have a bookshelf yet. I have bee collecting books lately though so soon I'll need a better place for them al!

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  70. I clean out my bookshelves every six months. I hoard in between.

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  71. I give them to people who will enjoy them as much as me. And I do hoard a little! :)

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  72. I clean out my bookshelves every year or so. I always let my family pick out a few and then take the rest to my local library. They put them either in their system or in the Library book sale. The money goes back into the Library so it's all good to me.

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  73. I mostly hoard my books but I'm always letting folks borrow a few here and there so it kind of helps keep the amount of books manageable. Kinda. haha

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  74. Hoard, though If i didn't enjoy a book, I'd give it to someone who would. Thank you for the chance, those books look interesting.

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  75. I clean them out about every six months. I then usually give away to friends or donate them. But I am still considered a hoarder, and I am okay with it.

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  76. I'm a total hoarder! I will occasionally lend books out or give away a book I didn't enjoy.

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  77. I'm a hoarder.. but I will share :)

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  78. I usually hoard them. I don't remember the last time I got rid of any books.

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  79. Thank you for the giveaway ��

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  80. I just cleared out about 400 books and donated all of them. Now I have room for more!

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  81. I clean them every so often.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. I'm normally a hoarder, but we moved recently and I decided I would finally have to go through my gigantic stacks of books. It was a bittersweet day.

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  83. I donate most of my books to our local hospital. They have a section in the main lobby where visitors can buy used paper backs for 25 cents or hardback for 50 cents. This way there is a variety of reading material available to people and the hospital can make a small profit that adds up over the year to buy new machines.

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  84. I get most of my books from the library. If I do get books I don't want to reread I'll donate them.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  85. I will clean out ones that I did not really like but the rest are hoarded and I reread them.

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  86. I never in my life I'll get rid of a book out no matter what. They are very important to me. I accumulate them no matter if I have no space.

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  87. I hoard them mostly, but I donate some to the library eventually...except of course for my very favorite series collections! Thank you for a wonderful Giveaway!!

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  88. Honestly, I try to pass books on, take them to used bookstores, etc. but I'm a hoarder at heart.

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  89. I am a horrible, horrible hoarder. I even have multiple copies books I've been known to re-read. "Collector authors" have hardbacks and paperback copies, sometimes even two paperbacks, one for collections purposes, and one for reading. Of course, books I know I'll never read again get donated. I don't keep books I'm not going to read (or cherish for collection purposes). If I didn't hate a book, though, I might try reading part of it again prior to donating, because I've been known to fall in love with a book the second time around. Most of the time, if the book is horrible (to me) on the first read, it's a goner(unless it was a gift, then it's cherished). My daughter gets first dibs, though, if it's appropriate (YA).

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  90. I mostly hoard. I do share them with my sister after I read and then she hoards.

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  91. I clean out my bookshelves every so often, usually every few years

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  92. I so hoard them! They are overflowing!

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  93. I am pretty much a hoarder but twice a year I do give some to the local animal rescue's garage sale.

    alyce poalillo

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  94. I have a very hard time getting rid of any of my books.

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  95. I hoard them but will share with family and friends.

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  96. I clean out my bookshelves and donate to the library bookstores.

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  97. I have a tendency of hoarding but I do try to clean out my shelves every few years!

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  98. I try to clean out now and then when I have way too many books

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  99. I confess...I'm a book hoarder! I don't get rid of them; period.

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