[bksvol-discuss] Re: Submitted for your validating pleasures

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2005 23:22:39 -0800 (PST)

And Happy Holidays to you, too, Jake. And I'd love to
know if your grades are as good as I expect they are,
if you don't mind sharing. You can write to me off


-- Jake Brownell <jabrown@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi guys,
>     Well I, my Kurzweil 1000 and scanner have been
> extremely busy and productive since I returned home
> last Thursday night.
>     Since coming home I have proofed approximately
> 1,130 pages. The following titles have been
> submitted and await you on Step 1.
> HB Casefiles:
> #27 Nowhere to Run
> #28 Countdown to Terror
> #30 The Deadliest Dare
> #31 Without a Trace
> HB Mystery Stories:
> #15 The Sinister Signpost
> Also already submitted but either already on the
> site or currently in process:
> HB Casefiles #26 Trouble in the Pipeline
> and
> A Crime for Christmas - A Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys
> SuperMystery
> I've also got Mystery at Devil's Paw (Hardy Boys
> Mystery Stories #38) the original edition scanned
> and proofread (since Thanksgiving) I just forgot to
> upload it, so look for it in the next day or two as
> well.
> Somebody, I think Shelley, was discussing various
> projects they were working on. A general goal of
> mine is to keep adding books from series that came
> out of the Stratemeyer Syndicate from the early
> 1900s. These books obviously include the Hardy Boys,
> Nancy Drew and Tom Swift. There are others but I
> think these are a pretty good start don't
> you?...well there are 500+ books that spawn from
> these three series alone.
> Additionally I've scanned and would like to scan
> more Boxcar Children books. There's now a sizeable
> number of them on the site but it would be nice to
> fill in some of the gaps. I'd also like to scan some
> Inspector West novels that were written by John
> Cresey, but I've got to get good ol' mom or dad to
> take me to the library to pick some up.
> Well anyways all, I'm on break, I get my grades
> tomorrow and I'm inside away from the cold!
> Definitely don't expect the scanner in me to keep up
> this rate...I think after this semester I was having
> scanner withdrawals, thus the approx 200 pages a
> day.
> Good will to all and happy holidays!
> Jake

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