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About meI work in a children's library and the collection management dept. And don't forget the puppetry. And I love my books.

About my libraryThe books I apparently just can't live without! I need to work of buying some of my favorite books, but working in a library I read so many, but don't own much.

GroupsLibrarians who LibraryThing, NERDFIGHTERS!

Favorite authorsKelley Armstrong, Elizabeth Bear, Eoin Colfer, Neil Gaiman, John Green, J. K. Rowling, Shel Silverstein, Kathryn Smith, Cynthia Voigt (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresAtticus Book Store, The Drama Book Shop

Favorite librariesCerritos Public Library, Homer Babbidge Library (University of Connecticut Main Library), Music & Dramatic Arts Library (A University of Connecticut Library), Richard Salter Storrs Library, Springfield City Library, West Haven Public Library - Main, Westport Public Library

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Currently readingStreet Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street by Michael Davis
Circle of Magic: Sandry's Book (Circle Of Magic) by Tamora Pierce
A Place of Execution by Val McDermid
The Good Fairies of New York by Martin Millar
Watchmen by Alan Moore

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Lynn Kurland is the one who fueled my love for Scotland with her books. I already liked Scotland before but now I LOVE Scotland.

I'll probably be centered in Stirling if I get to go abroad, so I'll be relatively close to...well, everything (in the Lowlands). I hope I'll have plenty of time to visit the Highlands since that is the part of Scotland I most want to see. I doubt I'll make it to the islands, but that could change in the next couple of years. I really want to see Orkney and Skye, but they're not exactly close to each other, nor where I plan on being. Are there any places you think I should visit. So far the only Lowland place I've decided to definately see is the Royal Mile, especially Mary King's Close.
I'm the same. Love Scotland, love Tamora Pierce, and I hate that I love reading romance. I keep my romance reading down to reading Lynn Kurland books. She seems to break all the rules of romance. Her books are witty, full of actual story, and great fun to read. Not to mention, most of her books take place in either Scotland, the past, or both.

I have not yet made it to Scotland, very much to my regret, but I do plan on studying abroad in a couple of years, that Scotland is my first choice in a host.

We're also the same in the way that we're both Nerdfighters!
do ye love Scotland?
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