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About meAs you may be aware, Combiners! sees many of the side effects on LibraryThing of problems in imported data (e.g. when an amazon catalog entry has a bug in it, the bug will be imported to LibraryThing when it's used to create a LibraryThing catalog entry). If I refer to import errors having an effect on anyone's data, that's the kind of thing I mean.

Common issues with amazon data:
- an anthology having "Various" listed as the first author
- multiple authors' names being jumbled together as a single name in the author data (often looking more or less OK at first glance but leading to a mess on the LibraryThing end)
- not importing author / editor data at all

About my libraryI have more audiobooks than I was aware of when I started cataloging them. A number of works come up in my catalog with multiple entries - one for the audiobook, one for the paper copy.

Groups100 books in 2014 challenge, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, Ace Doubles, Name that Book, Science!, The Last Cavalier

Favorite authorsAndre Norton (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceNov 24, 2006

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Wow - you created a series for my Green Trails maps! Nice work! I am not even sure I should be listing them here, but they are an essential part of my Pacific Northwest collection, and it is nice to have all of them listed in one place.
I just wanted to thank you again. I have finally read "The Court of the Stone Children" and I'm pretty sure this is the book I've been looking for. It's been over twenty years since I've read it, so I don't get that BAM!! this is it! feel, but the part where the students have to look for an amethyst ring felt very familiar to me, so I'm 98% sure this is the right book. Thank you so much for your help and input. Hopefully, one day I'll be able to help you as you've helped me :)
Yeah, Ivory is good. You may want to keep an eye out for her City of Diamond book (written under Jane Emerson).
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