Cat Tales

@millie02 (6907)
United Kingdom
June 19, 2016 4:24am CST
Some time ago I brought a book called `Cat Tales' from my local charity shop. This book was written and illustrated by Vernon Coleman. Although I read this book ages ago, I am keeping it on my bookshelf because it has the authors signature on one of the front pages. Signed books are always more interesting to people who collect books and signatures.
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@JudyEv (126268)
• Bunbury, Australia
19 Jun 16
It's a good idea to keep this book. One day it might be quite valuable and even if it isn't it is always nice to have an autographed copy of someone's book.
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
I will keep it in a safe place.
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@Telynor (1325)
• United States
19 Jun 16
I've read one called Cat People by Michael Korda, that's a great collection of stories about the cats in his life. The illustrations in it are pretty cute too.
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
I love illustrated books.
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@Marcyaz (35651)
• United States
19 Jun 16
that book Cat Tales sounds interesting. Can you tell us more about it?
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
Stories about cats with cute illustrations.
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@Marcyaz (35651)
• United States
21 Jun 16
@millie02 That sounds really good with the illustrations.
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
18 Aug 16
@Marcyaz The illustrations are good.
@Hannihar (38164)
28 Dec
What do you do with the books you collect?
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
28 Dec
I often take them the charity shop, or they stay on my bookshelf.
@Hannihar (38164)
28 Dec
@millie02 I see Carolyn.
@Hatley (164640)
• Garden Grove, California
11 Jul 16
thgats woinderful when you have a book thats signed by the author
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
12 Jul 16
It makes the book more interesting.
@BettyB (4220)
• Summerville, South Carolina
21 Jun 16
Author signings are becoming less and less common. Hang onto the book!
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
18 Aug 16
I think books are less popular now that people use Ebooks instead.
@responsiveme (16753)
• India
20 Jun 16
It does feel nice to have a signed copy of a book. That's why bookstores have these events now.
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
18 Aug 16
I have never been to a signing event.
@Marty1 (34809)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
20 Jun 16
@milliie02 I don't try to collect books they just pile upon their own. But I do have a book called Motormouth Janet Voinovich signed especially for me since I want to marry Ranger in the Numbers series. Of hers She wasn't't signing book because of her hands and an injury but insisted she sign for me. I will never let that book go!
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
She sounds like a nice person.
@JustBhem (39352)
• Davao, Philippines
19 Jun 16
Yes. You feel proud. Out of thousands of books only few can get signed books.
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
I only have two books with signatures.
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• Philippines
19 Jun 16
So lucky of you to have books signed by the author.
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
I found it in a charity shop.
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@koopharper (6312)
• Canada
19 Jun 16
Nice to have a book signed by the author.
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@millie02 (6907)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
It makes the book a bit special.
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