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Old 02-20-2013, 09:49 PM   #115
JSWolf
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Originally Posted by Xanthe View Post
I tend to read until I get fed up with it and then move on to another book, hoping to return to the series at a later date. The problem with that method is, is that if I am really fed up/bored with the series when I stop, there is little incentive to restart it. Or, as has happened, I've completely forgotten about the series and only go back to it years later.
Get an account at http://FictFact.com and you can put in what books of a series you have read. Then when a new book is released, you get notified. So maybe a new book in a series you've stopped will get you back to reading it.
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