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    March 02, 2010

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    christopher earl.

    I actually store all of mine together on a shelf for relatively easy access. They don't get lost among the thicker books this way, and I always know where they are, but there is the sifting through them to find the exact one I want.

    I might have to look into your method though. You could organize them better within the holder.

    MoGa

    Comic book/magazine rack? I mean, I don't now, but maybe I will one day.

    Dan Wickett

    I like that idea too, Molly, though that seems more for a day when I actually have a library in my home and not just piles, and boxes, of books everywhere.

    Jason Jordan

    Mine are in a box, but I really like this idea.

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