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Al by Jud Johnson
"I've been reading the trashiest scientific abstract."
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'And this is the Library'.
'Turns out it was J K Rowling, in the drawing room, with a laptop.'
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Up-to-date Career-Specific Romance Novels
Books On Paper
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"Mister Mulvaney threatened to write about me in his next dirty book, and my big iron skillet went off by accident."
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"Actually, I'm sitting here reading a book—just to see if I can still do it."
Adult Books - Ken Starr's Report: now in stock!
Second screening, the early days.
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The End of Printed Matter Is Near.
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"I can't believe you're still reading printed books. I've got a whole library in my pocket."
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'My battery is dead. How does it end?'
'Here, Sally, try this book! You won't be able to turn it off!'
"Some of our ****ing editors think your book is too ****ing dirty, Rosco, but I say **** them. You've really written the **** out of your subject and produced one sweet **** of a novel."
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"No, your book didn't 'lock up' on you. You actually have to turn the page."
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The e-Book Accused of Causing the Death of the Paperback?
"Does this e-book reader come in paperback?"
"I prefer the texture of printed books."
"How do I load this book into my computer?"
'You can never touch these. They're called 'antiques'.'
'Do you have this in a smaller size?'
'Grampa, how can we become a book, like you?'
'My review of the phone book: a hefty paperback with too many characters & not enough plot development.'