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Writing is stressful, so why not duck into the Coffee Shop for a spot of idle banter and relaxation. Procrastination has never been so entertaining!


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Important Post

Since Bookrix has been revamped, we have lost some "Important Posts" - formerly known as "Stickies" here in the Coffee Shop.

For those new members who have recently arrived, we have only one rule that everyone must adhere to which is:


There are many other groups on Bookrix where the above criteria are welcomed. The Coffee Shop is a place where... Show more

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(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ davebccanada ♥

Paper Planes should be able to change the group pic and insert a 'cuppa joe'. I can change the pic on my group.

(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ davebccanada ♥

I have a suitable pic for you if you want it. I'll slip it into the back of the book "Just Covers' on my profile (Looks like a cat's face). If you want it I'll put it up so you can capture it.


Please read the rules of the Coffee Shop. For those of you who choose to block me, sorry but there are rules.

Hello, and welcome to The Coffee Shop, a place to relax, unwind, and catch up on some community g... By: Paper Planes
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Important Post

Hello, and welcome to The Coffee Shop, a place to relax, unwind, and catch up on some community gossip. If you're new here, go ahead and introduce yourself :-)

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(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ davebccanada ♥

BookRix is great for both readers and writers, @ Roselin

Haruki Marukami By: M.w.B
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Important Post

Just finished the Wind-up Bird and wondered if anyone hear has read him and what there thoughts were.

(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ davebccanada ♥

Which translation did you read? I have only heard of it through the reviews.


The english

No one should make his country Banrupt By: Bobby
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I hear South Africa is losing ba on the world stage. It was known as a land of milk and honey. What has gone wrong. They still have the minerals.

Today marks the start of Ramadan for more than a billion Muslims around the world. Ramadan Mubar... By: Account temporarily closed
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Today marks the start of Ramadan for more than a billion Muslims around the world.

Ramadan Mubarak.

May the blessings of Allah be with you and your families.

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Thank you. I mentioned your one long ago post to one of my friends way back and your gentle notes. Peace is every thing. Without Peace it all is waste; Peace not just for ourselves but the world at large including our animals; dogs, cats, camels, elephants and the rest.

Also... Show more

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I'm really grateful for your nice reply Booby, and I won't argue with you about peace. We believe that Allah (God) has many names, one of those names is Assalam, which means The Source Of Peace.

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But observing Ramadan at night using sleeping hours as fast time, is forbidden for Muslims., and no Muslim has the right to fast at night.
No president, no constitution, no judge, and no human being can give any Muslim the permission or the order of fasting at night. Because, if... Show more

Angry Crowd By: Bobby
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Important Post

It is not hard to find who is all love and who is angry from the write ups or from plain ignoring. I think we have lost lot of crowd who used to write once in a while something very helpful, soothing and the rest. Can BookRix revive itself by giving incentives to those kinds. And I have a question too.
When someone says Not Applicable against Sex: what does it mean.

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(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ davebccanada ♥

Perhaps they are not sure (grin) ...or perhaps the simple three letter word has them stymied ...or perhaps they don't enjoy it any more... or even do it. Maybe they don't speak English !?

What is your opinion? By: (っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ davebccanada ♥
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Socialized medicine in Great Britain has decided Alfie Evans must pass and so that's what has happened. What do you think of that situation?

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They said: "It was not in Alfie's best interest to continue to receive treatment or to travel abroad to receive care."

We can see that these hospitals / courts have no compassion, even for babies!
And when it's not about the question of pride, a hospital has nothing to lose when... Show more

Heather Fledderus (geordiriker)

It's so sad because the parents had been able to arrange for continued healthcare in a different country, but weren't allowed to take their son there. We dont just read dystopian books anymore, we're living it

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