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He dog-eared his books
The Open Book Blog Hop question this month is "do you dog-ear your books?"
The answer is...
When I was younger, I always did because I was forever misplacing bookmarks. It's yet another of those charming ADHD qualities to always be misplacing things. These days I don't dog-ear my books much, primarily because I mostly read e-books. Vision changes make e-books a better format for me. I haven't yet figured out a way to dog-ear an e-book, but if I do, I'll let you know!
The second question is, do you write in your books?
The answer is, it depends on the book. Once again, I did this a lot more when I was younger. These days I make notes on a computer notepad.
I will take part in this blog hop once a month. Normally I will try to do so on Monday, but this week has been abnormal.
~Ornery Owl Has Spoken~
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"I have made notes about my secret formulas and spells in these books!"
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I know lots of people who use the computer notepad. I do for work, but not for personal stuff. I keep numerous scratchpads within easy reach, however!ReplyDelete