[bksvol-discuss] Re: way to refer to other books?

  • From: Mike <mlsestak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2011 06:59:57 -0700

Well, I'm sorry to hear about your pain problems. The last root canal I had the dentist had the opposite problem, he couldn't find the nerve. Good for me in one way, no pain, bad since it meant I had to come in twice just for the drilling. Hope they get you fixed up soon.

That's too bad that "Working in a Very Small Place" needs a BSO. I still have the copy that one of my co-workers loaned me and would be happy to proof it after you have scanned it. But get well, first.


On 7/6/2011 5:15 PM, Valerie Maples wrote:
Hi, Misha!

Hope you are recovering well! I was thinking Charisma may have answered, but TBI is Traumatic Brain Injury. The copy of "Working in a Very Small Place." is only rated good and can use some work, so I plan on doing a BSO after I recover. I have a copy of the book to work from and I love medical books.

Take care!


On Jun 15, 2011, at 12:22 AM, Mike wrote:

Hi, Charisma,

I must have somehow lost part of your message. What book are you talking about?

Since I just had an operation for TN (trigeminal neuralgia) I was caught by your mention of brain injuries. I'm not a member, even though I volunteer proofing and scanning, so I don't really know what bookshare has on brain injuries. However, I was quite surprised to find that bookshare does have a book on TN called "Working in a Very Small Place." Finding this book on bookshare made me think there must be more books on any topic in the collection than I imagined.

I've read the other messages in this thread and you seem to have plenty of help working on this book, but should you need any more, I'd be interested also.

By the way, what is TBI?


On 6/14/2011 10:55 AM, Charisma wrote:
I was looking to see if Bookshare had a copy of this book because I
wanted to listen to it.
I checked the publisher and the site and etc and it is not there. So I
was about to scan it when I remembered that I had listened to it
initially through NLS/BARD. Since they have it I am not going to scan

But I wish there was a way to refer folks to a place that has a thing
when Bookshare does not. It looks as if the brain injury books on
Bookshare are regarding pediatric injuries only, but this one is for
any age.

IS there a way? This has been an extremely helpful book to me and at
least one of my doctors. If it was not so tricky with tables and all I
would go ahead and push through if it was not available anywhere else.


To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to
put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line.  To get a list of 
available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.

Other related posts: