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The royal line of succession by Patrick W Montague-Smith
Collected Poems: Auden by W. H. Auden
The Way We Are: The Astonishing Anthropology of Everyday Life by Margaret Visser
The Leaving of Things (KINDLE) by Jay Antani
Reborn: Journals and Notebooks, 1947-1963 ** by Susan Sontag **
The Nuremberg Trial (KINDLE) by Ann Tusa
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CollectionsYour library (1,887), Own (866), To read (669), Read but unowned (178), E-Book (398), Audio format (61), Reference book (34), Weeded (read) (85), Favorites (80), Weeded (unfinished) (160), missing (2), Wishlist (18), All collections (2,080)
About meRetired librarian, but seem to be busier than ever. Plus the problem of "So Many Books, So Little Time" -- anyone got any good tips as to how to balance reading time among: (1) newspapers (2) magazines (3) books --(a) fiction (b) non-fiction ?
About my libraryThis listing includes all books currently OWNED; plus all those READ since joining LT Oct.'07 - (borrowed, or later discarded). All are finally tagged (however roughly). The "collections" section [recently discovered] is not nearly finished. I do enjoy fiction, but with all the exciting things happening and being discovered in the world - my reading is heavily on the side of non-fiction. Especially psychology, brain-research, spirituality, & biography.
GroupsCanadian Bookworms, Catalogers who LibraryThing, Club Read 2009, Name that Book, Non-Fiction Readers, The Random Group for Fogies and Curmudgeons of All Ages, TinyCat, Written in Stone - The Literary Cemetery
Favorite bookstoresMill Street Books
Real nameCarole Yeaman
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceNov 30, 2007
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