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CollectionsYour library (867), Fiction (636), Dutch (337), English (243), French (26), German (28), Spanish (4), Non-Fiction (31), Humanities (11), Social Science (7), Science (4), Other (9), E-Books (175), Mom&dad's books (13), Read but unowned (11), To read (22), To be reviewed (21), All collections (868)

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About my libraryAs of November, 2013, I have added most of my books into my library. It ended up being less work than I had feared/expected, but still quite a task. I have now added all fiction into my library here on LibraryThing, sorted per language. What remains is non-fiction. I'm not entirely sure what to do with it yet, I want to make separate folders but am still thinking about how to organise it, so, I'll start adding those books once I've figured out a system.

The books that are in the folder 'Mom&Dad's books' are books I do not own myself but which are from my parents' library. Earlier this year I decided I should start reading all the books my parents own as well. I made an enthousiastic start but since my parents also own some 800 books it'll be a while before I'm finished...

Groups1001 Books to read before you die, 2013 Category Challenge, 2014 Category Challenge, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, Gothic Literature, Lectures des francophones, National Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo), One LibraryThing, One Bookshow all groups

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Hi!
Thanks for participating in the LibraryThing giveaway for my latest Regency historical mystery, The Dead Man’s View. Below is a link to the book on the Smashwords.com site, along with a coupon code that you can use during checkout to obtain your free copy of the book.

The Dead Man’s View
Cleared of suspicion of murder, Prudence Barnard is pleased to visit a newly discovered second cousin, Eric Knibbs. She simply wants to forget the events at Rosecrest, but soon after her arrival, death arrives again and her cousin is found hanging from a noose outside his bedroom window. Convinced Eric did not commit suicide, it's up to Pru to save his reputation and discover who murdered him.
Smashwords link to The Dead Man’s View: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/355860
Coupon Code: NF82W
If you enjoy the book and would be willing to write a review for it, I would sincerely appreciate it. Of course, this is completely optional.

If you have any problems, please do not hesitate to ask.
Thank you again for your interest in my book,
Amy Corwin
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Hi Britt,

Good Day!
Congratulations on winning a copy of "Masters Getting Things Done the David Allen way with Evernote". I have sent you an email asking what book format would you prefer me to send you but got no reply, so I'm trying to get in touch here. If you did not, please let me know by sending a personal message or you can just simply comment on my page.

Many thanks,
Dominic
Britt,

It is my pleasure to provide you with a review copy of The Captain's Door per the LibraryThing Member Giveaway. I have sent you an email from leversandpulleys@yahoo.com (in case it ends up in your spam folder) containing both the mobi/Kindle and epub editions. If you would prefer another format (such as PDF) or if you do not receive the email attachments, please let me know.

Thank you so much for your interest. I sincerely hope you enjoy reading The Captain's Door.

C.S. Houghton
RE: LibraryThing Members Giveaway Winner

Dear Britt:

A digital copy of 'Angel of Death: A Love Story' has been delivered to your email account of record. If you did not receive the file, I recommend you first check your SPAM folder, and then PM me if you still can't find it so I can resend it.

Happy reading!
Anna Erishkigal
Hey there! Congratulations on winning a copy of "Halls of Ivy", part one of a four-part university thriller series. I sent out an email earlier today with instructions to get the e-book. If you did not receive it, check your junk folder. Let me know if you didn't receive it. Happy reading!

Regards,

~Roland
Congratulations! You entered to receive an ebook copy of Through the Rainbow from LibraryThing's Member Giveaways. I truly hope you love reading my short thrill!

I've sent you an email with the link to my book (please check your spam folder)
Congratulations! You've won a free copy of Senlin Ascends, Book 1 of the Books of Babel. Please check your email spam folder if you haven't received a notification already.

Feel free to contact me if you have any trouble with the book. I hope you enjoy it!

Best,
Josiah Bancroft
Thank you so much for the beautiful review of The Almond Tree. Michelle Cohen Corasanti
hey idk you.
My grandfather came to the America when he was only 14 years old, leaving his family behind. He wanted to raise black and white cows--that was all he wanted in his life, and his uncle, who was a farmer in Iowa, said, "Send him to me, I'll make a farmer out of him." Grandpa had some hard times. His wife died when she was only 30 years old (my father, at 2 years of age, was the youngest child), leaving him with 5 young children. He never did get to own those cows. In fact, he ended up living in the city (Denver, Colorado) and working as a mail carrier. He lived in what was referred to as a "Dutch ghetto"--everyone within a 10-block square was Dutch. However, his second wife wasn't Dutch, and that caused him a lot of trouble in that community. Life is strange.
hey there! nice collection!
Thanks for adding *Green Mars* Britt - I think I read Read Mars this time last year and really enjoyed it but it has taken me ages to get round to the sequel even though I've been meaning to for ages! Hopefully this will give me the incentive I need :-)
(From the Udolpho discussion) -- Oh the joys of life in Holland where you do not need a car because there is always a train to get you where you want to go! I live in California and sometimes I take trains too but they are not very convenient. This summer I will be commuting between Haarlem and The Hague so perhaps I'll get some commute-reading done then.
I am not actually Dutch but I do read Dutch books, although for fiction I mostly stick to English. Dutch is my work language...
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