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CollectionsBooks read in 2014 (5), Your library (2,486), Currently reading (2), To read (31), Books Read in 2013 (17), Books Read in 2012 (48), Books Read in 2011 (48), Books Read in 2010 (52), Books Read in 2009 (81), Books Read in 2008 (77), Books Read in 2007 (77), Books Read in 2006 (60), Books Read in 2005 (72), Books Read in 2004 (23), ebooks (151), Read but unowned (261), Favorites (47), All collections (2,748)

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About meI love reading and I love being surrounded by books. I enjoy reading a wide variety, including literary fiction, classic fiction, mysteries, and non-fiction (primarily history and biographies).

About my libraryMy home library is undergoing some necessary changes. When completed, my LT account will reflect a combination of books that I own and have read, books that I own and have not read, and books that I have read but do not own. This will be much easier to accomplish now that we have collections, although it will take awhile for me to get it the way I want it!



GroupsCats, books, life is good.

Favorite authorsJorge Amado, Jane Austen, John Banville, Margaret Campbell Barnes, Andrea Barrett, Sebastian Barry, William Boyd, Ray Bradbury, Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, Truman Capote, Lewis Carroll, Mary Cavanagh, Christine Coleman, Wilkie Collins, Joseph Conrad, R. F. Delderfield, Charles Dickens, Helen Dunmore, Dorothy Dunnett, Adèle Geras, Ivan Goncharov, Winston Graham, Thomas Hardy, Georgette Heyer, P. D. James, Sadie Jones, Ward Just, A. L. Kennedy, Jane Kenyon, Daphne du Maurier, Carson McCullers, Ian McEwan, John McGahern, Czesław Miłosz, Margaret Mitchell, Joyce Carol Oates, Flannery O'Connor, Robert Olmstead, Ann Patchett, Marge Piercy, Upton Sinclair, Ali Smith, John Steinbeck, Amy Tan, Rose Tremain, William Trevor, Kurt Vonnegut, Sarah Waters, Evelyn Waugh, Edith Wharton, Virginia Woolf, Émile Zola (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble Booksellers - The Streets of Westchester, Half Price Books - Hamilton (#32), Joseph-Beth Booksellers - Cincinnati

Favorite librariesMiddletown Public Library, West Chester Library

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Real nameSharon

LocationMiddletown, OH

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 23, 2005

Currently readingThe Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
History of the Rain: A Novel by Niall Williams

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I know what you mean. Even though I do the majority of my reading via ebooks, I still can't resist picking up books here and there, especially bargains you just can't pass up. Now when I say I'm going to cut back on my book buying, my husband just rolls his eyes at me.
I don't go to very many garage sales either; however, I LOVE Half Price Books! And flea markets are usually better than antique stores, although I do go to both. I love when you can get a bag or box of books for a couple of dollars and them find some gems that you were looking for! And best of all are bookstores that have a cat in residence!! :o)
P.S. I love your pics as well. It seems we also have cats in common! :o)
Thank you Sharon and also for accepting my friend request. I believe we have a lot of books in common. I enjoy sites like Library Thing and Goodreads because it's more enjoyable when you have people who share your interests to meet and talk to. Sometimes I wonder how I ended up with such a large collection, but it's fun to check out flea markets and yard sales, etc. You never know what gems you end up finding.
Mutual Interesting Libraries :-)
Thanks! You have a wonderful library.
Hi Sharon,

Thanks so much for your kind words about Bonnie and Clyde. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Yes, in some ways, the Middletown fiasco was one of the more important moments in the formation of Clyde's character--it got him sentenced to 14 years, which in turn made him vow never to get caught again. It was the only time anyone knows of where he threw down a gun rather than shoot it out.

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