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What do you use as a bookmark? 
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Honestly I just try to remember the page, forget, re-read a bunch of passages until something jogs my memory. - Gustavo Woltmann



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Post Re: What do you use as a bookmark?
Anything that works.

I have used the "Last Line" bookmark. Great for leaving off in the middle of a section or chapter. But I prefer not to spend money on bookmarks.

Also used to use book darts to save passages without writing in margins or notes.

Not sure if either of these are still on the market. Let's me see..


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Mr. Pessimistic wrote:
book darts


I learned something new. I had to look them up.

When it comes to bookmarks, I've used napkins, business cards, junk mail, etc. Seldom have I used an actual bookmark.



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Yes! And both are still available.


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I have the bad habit of flipping the current read over and laying it down on the nearest flat surface, usually the top of my sofa. There has been at times a dozen or more books splayed there. The downside being that they get stacked up and this creates permanent creases in the book spines.



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I do, that's convy. I read a lot to find new ideas for my essays. I found article how to generate cool idea for your essay with useful tips. Hope with its help I'll write many good essays in the future.



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