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 *What are you currently reading?
     Waking Up In The Land Of Glitter by Kathy Cano-Murillo (from The Hachette Book Group)
 *What did you recently finish reading?
     A Note from an Old Aquaintance A Novel by Bill Walker (5 star rating…Great book !!)
     Starting Over by Andy Serwer (I gave it a 2 star rating)
     Sonnets For Sinners by John Wareham  (Rating 2)
 *What do you think you’ll read next?
     Live To Tell by Wendy Corsi-Staub (Bestseller’s World)
     Mother Daze by Christine Carr 

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Has this happened to you?  How should a situation like this be handled?  Any tips and/or suggestions.
  I was asked, and I accepted to read a “book” for review.  It was stated it was a PDF format so I thought I would be able to d/l to my EReader.  So no problem….wrong.  Contacted the agent if the PDF for EReader could be sent.  Was told that only permission that the agent had was for a d/l to computer.  I personally have a hard time reading a text that big on my computer for certain reasons, like bringing it to appointments, cumbersome in certain positions when reading, etc etc.  Since I accepted this before knowing all this, I am having a “things that make you go hmmmm blogging reviewing etiquette question.  Would it be appropriate to not review and let the agent know or just struggle with it?
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  My words this week are a bit difference.  My current read, Waking Up In The Land Of Glitter has Spanish and “Spanglish” terms, and the author has kindly provided a glossary of these words.  So this is just a few I have learned, but might need in the future lol.
  cerveza  =  beer                     Champurrado   =  Mexican hot chocolate        
  mi hijo   =  my son                     que Linda     =    how beautiful

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  1. Yes, I think it is appropriate to tell him that. I mean if you can't you can't, but is it a question of just making the font smaller maybe??? Hi girlfriend. All is well here hope the same is with you.

  2. I don't know if I'd be able to read something that long on a computer screen. I would just tell the agent the truth! Tough situation, though. Good luck!

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