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About meReading has been one of my favorite past-times since my early childhood in rural Kansas. I recall many happy visits to the local Carnegie library. While in the fifth grade I was one of four students invited to make a brief presentation to the local friends of the library. The topic I chose was why I like biographies. While in the 6th grade I often spent Saturday afternoons in the library.
About my libraryI have thousands of books filling five floor-to-ceiling bookcases. I had to reduce my book purchasing several years ago as I had no place to put them. From time to time I donate a selection of books to the Friends for their book sales, creating space to purchase new books. However, I rely mostly on the library, purchasing only those books (mostly non-fiction) I think I will want to read or consult repeatedly.
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Real nameHoward E. A. (Tony) Tinsley
Member sinceApr 8, 2015
Currently readingSoldier, Sailor, Frogman, Spy, Airman, Gangster, Kill or Die: How the Allies Won on D-Day by Giles Milton
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