[bksvol-discuss] Re: wish list

  • From: popularplace@xxxxxxxxx
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, Julie Morales <mercy421@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Pavi Mehta <pavim@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Apr 2009 18:06:35 -0700 (PDT)

I did have a section where I had all books by an author under that author's
 name. There are, or were, quite  few books by both Grace Livingston Hill and 
by Lucy Higgs. (fiction and nonfiction by Higgs) There are also a lot of books 
requested under Francis A. Schaeffer
I'm going to try to simplify the list. Maybe it will be easier to find authors, 
titles and genres(iif I can easily scertain them) and maybe I won't make so 
many mistakes trying to keep alphabetical order

I'll just have two sections: fiction, which will include poetry and children's 
lit,   and nonfiction. I'll add books in the order the requests are made so 
those of you who wanted to scan books that had been lingering on the list can 
check the bottom of the list and those who want to fill current requests can 
check near the top of the list. I may continue to add date added if I remember.

BTW--for you conservative scanners, I seem to remember a lot of books in the 
nonfiction section by Newt Gingrich and some others.

If anyone wants to scan the Henty books I'd love to proof them if I can get the 
books and when I finish the ones already I'm working or said I'd do



--- On Thu, 4/2/09, Mike and Lori Castner <mandlcastner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: Mike and Lori Castner <mandlcastner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Currently scanning...
> To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Thursday, April 2, 2009, 2:24 PM
> Hi Jamie,
> When you add something to
> the wish list you need to 
> be specific.  Give an exact title and author and you
> might get what you are 
> asking for.  Just asking for a certain author or list
> of authors isn't 
> nearly as affective.
> Mike
>   ----- Original Message
> ----- 
>   From: 
>   Jamie 
>   Prater 
>   To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>   Sent: Thursday,
> April 02, 2009 12:28 
>   PM
>   Subject:
> [bksvol-discuss] Re: Currently 
>   scanning...
>   Hi, I'll certainly
> take a stab at it.  I'll 
>   also do the heaven book if nobody does it.  I want
> more titles in the 
>   collection by Joyce Meyer, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland,
> Charles Capps, Marilyn 
>   Hickey, John Hagee--not sure of the spelling, Mark
> Hankins, Lester Sumrall, 
>   Kenneth Hagen, Jerry Savelle, Jessie Duplantis--not sure
> of that spelling, 
>   either.  Rick Joyner, Rick Roener--not sure of that
> spelling, T. D. 
>   Jakes, Juanita Bynum, John, Doddie, Joel, and Victoria
> Osteen, Charles and 
>   Frances Hunter, John Maxwell, Bob Jones, Benny Hinn,
> Keith Moore, and many 
>   other such authors.  I made my requests known on the
> lists back in August 
>   and even copied and pasted my requests from a
> friend's book list into a 
>   message that was supposedly put on the wish list, and
> based on the format of 
>   the wish list, I'm not sure if they were or
> not.  Also Tommy Tinney and 
>   John Avanzini and Jentezen Franklin and John and Lisa
> Bevere and Creflo Dollar 
>   and Larry Lee and Rod Parsley and Larry Hutton and many
> such others.  I 
>   also would like to see more Christian fiction like Grace
> livingston Hill, June 
>   Masters Bacher, Linda Nicholson, and others.  Many
> of these authors and 
>   others are listed on bookshare, but they may only have
> one book by the authors 
>   and they may have written 10, 20, 50, 90, 100s, who
> knows.  There are 
>   over 42 books in the Mandie series--which I've
> proofread and helped to get 
>   into the collection, but even with all our efforts,
> I'm not sure we even have 
>   half the books.  I was told we had authors like I
> mentioned, but I know 
>   for a fact that Grace Livingston Hill wrote at least 100
> books and bookshare 
>   has about 10.  I deeply admire the brave souls who
> put this kind of stuff 
>   up, and I have a few entries of my own, but based on all
> the discussion 
>   lately, I'm actually afraid to submit anything. 
> I'm glad you are 
>   thorough and read what you submit.  It pays off in
> the long run.  I 
>   admire Laura Ann, Linda, Monica, Angela, and Alyssa and
> many more who continue 
>   to put Christian literature out there.  Keep up the
> fantastic work.  
>   Have a blessed day.  
>     ----- Original Message
> ----- 
>     From: 
>     Alyssa
>     To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>     Sent: Thursday,
> April 02, 2009 1:56 
>     PM
>     Subject:
> [bksvol-discuss] Re: Currently 
>     scanning...
>     If it doesn't have footnotes,
> do you want to proof it? 
>     I'm about to let Kurzweil recognize all the page
> images, so I can let you 
>     know later this afternoon. I'll also read it before
> submitting it to make 
>     sure there's nothing seriously wrong with it.
> I'm actually glad I love 
>     reading. I was going over something else I scanned last
> night and realized 
>     that somehow I skipped over two
> pages.
>     -Alyssa
>     From:
> bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>     [mailto:bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
> Behalf Of Jamie 
>     Prater
> Sent: Thursday, April 02, 2009 2:31 PM
> To: 
>     bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: 
>     Currently scanning...
>     Hey, sounds like
> you're scanning some great 
>     things, particularly the Joyce Myer book.  I'd
> offer to proof that, but 
>     I don't know if it has footnotes for Bible
> references or anything like 
>     that.  Keep us posted on your progress. 
>       ----- Original Message
> ----- 
>       From: 
>       Alyssa
>       To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>       Sent: Thursday,
> April 02, 2009 1:12 
>       PM
>       Subject:
> [bksvol-discuss] Currently 
>       scanning...
>       Hi.
>       I'm now 
>       scanning the following:
>       The Word, The 
>       Name, The Blood by Joyce Meyer
>       and
>       Holding Heaven 
>       by Jerry B. Jenkins
>       Holding Heaven 
>       should be an easy proof. It's only 90 pages long,
> and several pages are 
>       blank or have illustrations on
> them.
>       There is a 
>       third book I plan to scan. I'm not sure if this
> title is totally accurate 
>       since the book is not in front of me right now, but
> it's something like 
>       The Joy of Encouragement by David
> Jeremiah.
>       -Alyssa


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