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CollectionsYour library (203), Wishlist (1), Currently reading (1), All collections (203)

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Tagsmurder (37), mystery (30), horror (12), fantasy (9), insanity (9), magic (8), Inspector Alleyne (6), haunted house (6), ghosts (6), children (5) — see all tags

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About meBooks are my life!

About my libraryIt's ever growing and eclectic.

GroupsA Quieter LibraryThing, Books on the Paranormal, Crocheters, Doctor Who, Kindley Book Club, Le Salon des Amateurs de la Langue, Most Disturbing Books, Needlearts, Pattering Rain, Single Bookloversshow all groups

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Member sinceDec 15, 2006

Currently readingMoonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything by Joshua Foer

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Just received the 4 books from my "secret santa"... they all look toeerifc, right up my alley! Thanks a ton, have a happy holiday and a prosperous new year!!!

realfish

p.s. have you ever read the champion eternal books by Michael Moorcock (Elric of Melnibone, Corum, Hawkmoon, etc.) very interesting parallel world concept and lots of fun to read...
Hey, I read somewhere that Stokoe is republishing Cows sometime this year, so it should be available for cheaper.
I don't know when though. He also has another book, High Life, that is already available for pretty cheap, and is supposed to be quite disturbing as well. However, I have yet to read it, as I am still recovering from my Cows.
When you get along to reading Cows, let me know, I'd love to find someone to discuss it with! Just don't say I (and the back cover of the book) didn't warn you.

Happy Reading,
Maggie :)
Hello,

I hope you don't let the insulting behaviour of a particular individual over at BookTalk bother you. He's developed quite a little reputation over at LitSnobs for exactly this sort of thing - insulting and questioning the intelligence of anyone who disagrees with him. Another one of those cases of a fragile ego and an internet connection combining to produce pretensions to a world-weary and intellectual status undeserved.

Regards,
Thank you for the wonderful books! I can't wait to read them. They're a wonderful edition to my collection. Hope your Christmas was great and Happy New Year!

Thanks,

books_ofa_feather
Hi Phlox
It looks like we have a lot of books in common. I was the reader who commented that the gentleman with the thistledown hair was one of the most evil characters in literature.
xo
k
Noticed you liked Out by Natsuo Kirino, 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 gritty, a bit violent, and 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 about the novel before you commit.

http://christophertusa.com/

Thanks,

Chris
Hello! Thanks for adding mine to your list of interesting libraries. I hope you are having a good weekend!
Anne
Hi Phlox72!

Thanks for adding me to your list of interesting libraries. I love Agatha Christie too - I've read almost everything she wrote, many of them multiple times.

See you around!
karenmarie
YW for the listology site!
Thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries! Looking through your library, I think the books that we've read overlap more than our personal libraries. I especially like that you have "A Walk in the Woods" tagged "bears."
Hi Phlox,

Thanx for adding me as an interesting library. I'm curious about how you even came across me, since we aren't even in any of the same groups?

Btw, I love your fairy of chocolate craving!

Candace

Hi its me L J, you liked the wallpaper that I have on my laptop and put it on you PC. The shelves and shelves of books. Hope your liking it as much as I am. I just thought you may want to see the website I got it from.
http://vladstudio.com/wallpaper/?486
the artist has some really beautiful stuff.
Take care
aaaaah ok, sounds like embedding a video. thanks for taking the time.
Hello again. Phlox Street was a pretty street although I never saw any phlox there. A surprising number of people don't know phlox is a flower and were always commenting to me that it was a strange street name. Anyway, nice to make your acquaintance and happy reading!
Hi Phlox72! Hope you don't mind my asking how you chose your moniker. I used to live on Phlox Street. I also noticed we have no books in common!
Howdy, thanks for the tip! You really rocked the party with your post! But I was half kidding about my name in glittery letters!! :) Tho it would be cool.
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