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9 Responses to “RSS”

  1. Lesley said

    Thanks for your hard work and endless hours. I think a PayPal link is a great idea – I will help out as well. And I am having some withdrawal symptoms too!!

  2. Alison said

    I have been a member for less than a month and already am hooked. Thanks for your hard work. Can’t wait to see the site back up.

  3. Desley said

    I too am a new member who joined primarily to source Greek books for an 83 year old Greek Australian friend of mine.

    I am truly surprised at members generosity and understand the cost of shipping/postage to international destinations.

    A Paypal link would allow me to easily fund the postage costs for people who cannot afford to send their books out of their countries.

    Thank you so much for all your hard work my friend and I really appreciate all you do.

    Cheers

    Desley

  4. Kat Elyse said

    hey i love your site, but i couldn’t help but wonder, you seem to have every topic but fantasy and teen… im a teen, and i love to read, but mooching random books doesnt really work for me. the last few books i’ve gotten are, well… kinda *steamy* for me lol. if you could add those topics i would greatly appriciate it! thanx for your consideration!!

  5. Kat Elyse said

    btw, if anyone could reccommend great teens books i would really appriciate it! i really enjoy fantasy and fiction
    (:

  6. Taneli T said

    Hi John,

    Would it be possible to make the comments that people write in this blog available as an rss feed? I think that’s an option with at least some WordPress blogs. It would make them easier to follow (just read the 88 comments people have left in response to the mooch ratio entry).

    Thanks for all the work you do.

  7. Kitty Howlett said

    I love that I can read the Bookmooch blog on my Live journal pages. 🙂
    Thank you for creating all of this wonderfulness!

  8. Kelly said

    Love your site! Thanks for the hard work.

  9. Amy Steidinger said

    I love this site and recommend it all the time –I especially like the connections to book-related charities!!

    I was wondering, though, is it possible to take reserved books out of the general system so that the rest of us don’t get “teasers.” Several times lately I’ve been thrilled to see a book I’ve been waiting on and then saddened to realize it’s reserved and not “really there!”

    This is certainly not a big issue – just thought it might help tweak the system….

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