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Old 05-07-2011, 07:22 PM   #232
Prestidigitweeze
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Every time I return to the Mobile Read library, I find myself drawn to Patricia's contributions. Each time, I'm touched by her patience and impressed by her good taste.

When I actually download and read the books she recreated, designed, transposed and even edited so lovingly, I'm grateful all over again for her work. She has (in a way) bequeathed to us the most carefully made ebook editions I've ever seen. They are better proofed than most of the books released by major publishers, and -- here's the important thing -- it is a pleasure to feel I'm getting to know two people every time I open one: the author and Patricia herself.

If only I'd been able to get to know her personally while she was doing all this! I vow to spend part of this Sunday reading her various posts. I need to hear the voice of the discerning and humble person who gave us these treasures.

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