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CollectionsYour library (2,610), Kindle books (86), NOOK books (14), Audiobook (24), 000s (102), 100s (138), 200s (664), 300s -Social Sciences (166), 370s (36), 398 -Folklore (37), 400s (205), 500s - Science (89), 510s -Mathematics (90), 600s not home economics (94), 640s (186), 700s not Music (121), 780s -Music (24), 800s (459), 900s (141), E (59), Fiction (156), Biography (25), Spanish language (2), Very Short Introductions (16), To give away (2), Recipes (89), Sewing (14), Given away (250), On loan (2), Lisbeth Zwerger (21), From my childhood (7), Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass (31), Pop-up (10), The Ancient Practices (8), New Collegeville Bible Commentary Series (33), New Church's Teaching Series (13), Old books (14), Hinges of History (6), Currently reading (4), Not in printed format (71), All collections (2,861)

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TagsJuvenile (191), Signed copy (41), Middle readers (22), Second looks at favorite books (21), Oversized (19), Young adult (13), Kit (13), Books (12), Essays (12), Mystery (12) — see all tags

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Groups1001 Books to read before you die, Christianity, Church Libraries, Dewey Decimal Challenge, Faith and Reason, Gospel Talk, I Survived the Great Vowel Shift, Le Salon des Amateurs de la Langue, Librarians who LibraryThing, Pedants' cornershow all groups

Favorite authorsKaren Armstrong, Frederick Buechner, Lewis Carroll, Barbara Cawthorne Crafton (Shared favorites)

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Favorite librariesMetuchen Public Library

Other favoritesSt. Luke's Episcopal Church

Favorite listsVote: Your June OLOB Preference List

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Member sinceMay 16, 2006

Currently readingGlobish: How the English Language Became the World's Language by Robert McCrum
The Adventure of English: The Biography of a Language by Melvyn Bragg
Re-Claiming the Bible for a Non-Religious World by John Shelby Spong
Sleeping Murder: Miss Marple's Last Case (Miss Marple Mysteries) by Agatha Christie

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if you live in Austin, Texas, how did you try the C. of E.? Did you mean the Episcopal Church?

Hi. I tried the CofE when I lived in England (London) briefly. Also, I tried the Episcopal Church (a couple of different congregations) here in Austin -- along with several others, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Society of Friends, United Church of Christ.

Just a restless guy, I guess.
No problem at all about being "friends." To be honest, I'm not sure what it means to be an LT friend. As far as I can tell, there are really no expectations of any kind. When I read various threads on the different groups on LT to which I belong, I tend to "friend" people when they post a particularly insightful or amusing message. It basically means, "there's someone out there who appreciates you." Whenever they accept that request, the only thing that seems to happen is that I get a little notice when they add a new book to their libraries. Of course, the same thing happens if I tag the person as an "interesting library." At any rate, best wishes to you and happy reading!
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