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    1. Hey! I hope you had a great holiday, too. All the best for the coming year. πŸ™‚ And thanks so much for the books. I told you, my brother wanted the comics because it’s the story behind this game Fate of the Dragon. Hehe.

  1. Dear @karixie,

    I came across your tweet that you put an H. Murakami novel in your Christmas list. I thought that was a most charming thing to post. So I would like to send you a Murakami and a couple other titles from my personal library. Will you let me know which one you prefer?

    You are probably wondering why a stranger would do this for you. I ask nothing in return, except that you do the same for another stranger who also delights in books.

    I will send the book in a Pink Parcel soonest if you give me your postal (office) address.

    If you wish a bona fide (which makes this feel like a transaction out of a Le CarrΓ© novel), you can always check with our mutual friend @brattydianne, with whom I left word.

    All the best,

    @nednared

    1. Hi @nednared. This is quite surprising but it was good to know that we have a common friend. Thank you for taking notice of that tweet. Hehe. That was very random.

      I would very much take delight in receiving a Murakami, though I am torn which one I would like more – Norwegian Wood or Kafka on the Shore. And your act sounded like an advocacy, thanks for giving such an idea.

      Would you mind telling me how I could give you my office address?

      1. Hmmmm… how to give the office address without making it public? Because I wouldn’t want to make my email public…

        Well, I’m following your twitter account. I suppose you can send me a DM. Or you could give it to our mutual friend and she will forward it to me through the usual channels.

        The Princessa @brattydianne says you are a very nice person. I am sure you are. And very cultured. One does not run across women who like to read Murakami. I have not, but I know of him.

        You might say I’m quite old school when it comes to correspondence and reading. I prefer handwritten letters (black ink on cream colored stationery sheets) over email and text.

        I choose to tweet over facebook, because it is like haiku for the internet. And I will try to save as many printed books as possible before they burn them all.

        @nednared

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