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CollectionsYour library (175), Favorites (4), All collections (175)

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TagsYA fiction (68), graphic novel (19), adventure (15), realistic fiction (14), fantasy (12), high school (11), clean read (11), humor (11), historical fiction (9), chick lit (8) — see all tags

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About my libraryI'm using LibraryThing to keep brief notes on books I read "for work" as a librarian. Also, I'll put up a couple of Favorites.

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Member sinceMar 30, 2007

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Noticed you liked Mudbound, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here as well as a few other book-related sites. Thought you might like my book since it's also southern (and also a bit dark). I could e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like (I'm out of physical copies at the moment). Here's a link to a summary (and a sample chapter) in case you'd like to read more before you commit:


Oh, you'll pay, you'll pay!!! The cost of living the 2.0 life style. Ha, ha!

Come on Lisa! You can crack 100 this year.

Hey Lisa,

I absolutely loved Castle Waiting. I can definitely see why it would not appeal to everyone though. It is a typical "fractured" fairy tale about the castle that housed Sleeping Beauty, and what happened to its inhabitants after she left.

The story revolves particularly around a female traveler who comes to the castle to escape her abusive (husband/baby daddy? :) ), and the back story of a bearded nun, Sister Peace. The artwork in it is really well done, and the story is very engaging once you get into it. Linda Medley had originally wanted to create back stories for all the characters, but alas, she ran out of money.

I know that it sounds strange, but I like to think of it as unique :)

I hope you are doing well!

Bwok, BTW.
You haven't added Feed yet, nor Pattern Recognition. Or do we need to have a bookclub?
Thanks happy to have some friends!
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