[bksvol-discuss] Carrie's books and I'm rejecting Tammy Tell Me True.

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 01:32:10 -0700 (PDT)

I'm certainly interested in some, like the Father
Brown and the Elizabeth Peres (I think) and Death
Comes to the Archbishop, a copy of which I have and
been meaning to read. But of course, it will ake me
quite a while to get to any of those, given all the
other things that are older that I returned. smile.

You'll be happy to know, though, Jake and Gerald, that
I am rejecting a book. See, I cn do it. 

Sorry, Patti, but it's unfixable. The  beginning of
sentences are missing.


--- Jake Brownell <jabrown@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>     Hi Carrie,
> Great, but we could really use some help validating
> some of your submissions that linger on the download
> list. Since you have the print books it might be
> especially helpful if you could process some of the
> harder non fiction ones. Unfortunately just running
> the book through the highspeed scanner doesn't
> produce a book that is at the high end of excellent.
> While it's true that your books don't have binding
> issues, it's still often times necessary to read
> through the entire book if you really want a
> finished product that is truly excellent quality.
> It's also unfortunate that so many of your
> submissions lately people don't seem to be
> interested in. I have noted that your submissions
> are usually grabbed right away if people are
> interested in the books, but otherwise they are
> grabbed, released quickly, let expire, or are never
> downloaded.
> For instance currently there are 53 books submitted
> by you on the download page, 46 of which have never
> been downloaded, that's about 87%, and 53/385 total
> books is about 14% of the download list. Me thinks
> we need to get some of them processed before we make
> step 1 grow even more with bulk submissions.
> Below I've compiled a list of the books on step 1
> done by Carrie so that you can see if there are any
> that tickle your fancy.
> Thanks as always for all your volunteering Carrie!
> Jake
>       Title Author 
>       Then Came Heaven LaVyrle Spencer 
>       Royal Flash George Macdonald Fraser 
>       Flashman in the Great Game George Macdonald
> Fraser 
>       Flashman at the Charge George Macdonald Fraser
>       Black Sunday Thomas Harris 
>       Desperate Games Pierre Boulle 
>       Black William Robert Neill 
>       Legs William Kennedy 
>       The Revolution of Hope: Toward a Humanized
> Technology Erich Fromm 
>       Death Comes for the Archbishop Willa Cather 
>       Ashes to Ashes Tami Hoag 
>       Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes
> William Bridges 
>       Managing Transitions: Making the Most of
> Change William Bridges 
>       Maverick: The Success Story Behind the World's
> Most Unusual Workplace Richardo Semler 
>       Post-Capitalist Society Peter F. Drucker 
>       Future Scope: Success Strategies for the 1990s
> and Beyond Joe Cappo 
>       Rejuvenating the Mature Business: The
> Competitive Challenge John M. Stopford, Charles
> Baden-Fuller 
>       Negotiating Rationally Margaret A. Neale, Max
> H. Bazerman 
>       On Negotiating Mark H. McCormack 
>       Delivering Quality Service: Balancing Customer
> Perceptions and Expectations Leonard L. Berry, A.
> Parasuraman, Valarie A. Zeithaml 
>       Mission Critical: The 7 Strategic Traps That
> Derail Even the Smartest Companies Gregory G. Dess,
> Joseph C. Picken 
>       World Class Manufacturing: The Lessons of
> Simplicity Applied Richard J. Schonberger 
>       Rethinking the Corporation: The Architecture
> of Change Robert M. Tomasko 
>       The Lean Enterprise: Designing and Managing
> Strategic Processes for Customer-Winning Performance
> Nick Rich, Peter Hines, Dan Dimancescu 
>       Lean Thinking: Banish Waste and Create Wealth
> in Your Corporation Daniel T. Jones, James P. Womack
>       It's Not Luck Eliyahu M. Goldratt 
>       Competing for the Future C. K. Prahalad, Gary
> Hamel 
>       Co-opetition Barry J. Nalebuff, Adam M.
> Brandenburger 
>       Aiming Higher: 25 Stories of How Companies
> Prosper by Combining Sound Management and Social
> Vision David Bollier 
>       Managing by Values Michael O'Connor, Ken
> Blanchard 
>       Parting with Illusions Vladimir Pozner 
>       Spring Moon Bette Bao Lord 
>       Steppenwolf & Siddhartha (Cliffs Notes)
> Carolyn Roberts Welch 
>       The Dead Sea Cipher Elizabeth Peters 
>       The Curse of the Pharaohs Elizabeth Peters 
>       The Copenhagen Connection Elizabeth Peters 
>       Silhouette in Scarlet Elizabeth Peters 
>       Naked Once More Elizabeth Peters 
>       Legend in Green Velvet Elizabeth Peters 
>       Die for Love Elizabeth Peters 
>       Nunquam Lawrence Durrell 
>       Prophecy David Seltzer 
>       Reader's Digest Condensed Books, Volume 3 1995
> The Editors Of The Reader's Digest 
>       Reader's Digest Condensed Books, Volume 5 1995
> The Editors Of The Reader's Digest 
>       The Watchmen Ben Bova 
>       Time to Come August Derleth (editor) 
>       Azazel Isaac Asimov 
>       A Kiss Before Dying Ira Levin 
>       The Complete Father Brown G. K. Chesterton 
>       The Titan Game Niven Busch 
>       A Study of History D. C. Somervell (abridger),
> Arnold J. Toynbee 
>       Dreams: Your Magic Mirror with Interpretations
> by Edgar Cayce Elsie Sechrist 
>       Answer to History Mohammad Reza Pahlavi 

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