Anslee Doyal
Anslee Doyal answered Rooster Cogburn's question

It's called Beautiful Minds. It's not done yet, but there are two ways to find it. It's on Wattpad and on FictionPress.net. My wattpad is linked to my Facebook (I don't add people idk in real life, but there's a page for it if you're interested!) and my username there is AnsleeDoyal, then my fictionpress … Read more

YoWanna Cook
YoWanna Cook answered

It was a dark and stormy night. Nothing could be seen except for little twinkles from rain drops, coming down at an angle from the glow of the moon. This Cheshire cat moon was reflecting off of a hidden lake. You could hear wild life scurrying in the distance desperate to find shelter. Other noises … Read more

robert williams
robert williams answered

  There is no real evidence that Shakespeare did anything else other than turn up in London, in 1592, already well known as a playwright, which he compounded by the writing of Richard 111.
    He was supposed to have sailed around the world for 4 years with Drake, and supposed to have been … Read more

Nealious James
Nealious James answered Roy Roy's question

Hi Roy! Old books are cool; they can potentially hold a ton of pretty useful information. However, they can also be host to all sorts of bacteria and I definitely wouldn’t like to catch any of these! I would rather get a brand-new book, it will certainly be clean and safe!

VetustIor Humo
VetustIor Humo answered Roy Roy's question

I have had some great experiences with old books. Usually I would buy an old book if it was one of the classics or one I read a long time ago but never had a copy. I have found old love letters; grocery lists; old photos; and on occassion a five or ten dollar bill … Read more

PJ Stein
PJ Stein answered Roy Roy's question

I don't like the musty books, but the dusty ones are fine. I like to read mysteries and holding the page in anticipation of what is going to happen next. Older books sometimes make me leery of holding them as I don't want to damage them.

Firstname Refreshme lastname
Firstname Refreshme lastname answered Roy Roy's question

I don't care for the smell of a musty old book although the vintage is intriguing.

I love the smell of a virgin new book. I also love the smell of a morning newpaper. The smell for some reason is more intense in winter. Lol...I've been teased about sniffing my newpaper on the long walk up … Read more