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About my libraryCataloging campaign first phase is complete; almost all the books on the shelves are in LT catalog as well. Any new acquisitions from now on I will attempt to register as soon as the book comes under my roof.
For the cataloging campaign next phase, find and enter valid classification data and check the validity of the currently entered data. I'm prepared to expect that this will last several rounds about the local star. Some data sources appear to use e.g. the Dewey (tm) field for something completely different.
If a work is not in the "To read" collection, I have read it completely at least once, or have found it unreadable and abandoned it. In contradistinction, if a work is in the "To read" collection, I have not quite read it yet but do intend to try to read it some time or other. A work being in the "Currently reading" collection does not necessarily indicate that reading is actively in progress; to discover that it is better to examine the reading start date.
The collection "minun" contains items that are my property. The collection "sinun" contains items that are the property of my partner. Whenever one of his books appears under my roof, it will very likely become read by me and get entered into the LT catalog.
I don't have many ratings. This rating system is adapted/copied from LT user aulsmith, and is given more for my reference for the next rating I am moved to give than anything else.
no one should have to read this book
this book has minor redeeming features such as being an author's early work, having some useful information, or being funny
pleasant enough while reading it, but not worth reading again (or enjoyed it when twelve, but didn't stand up to adult expectations)
is good; given world enough and time, would probably read it again
it changed my life or changed my thinking or loved it so much will definitely try to read it again and again
GroupsForgotten Classics podcast, Hirvasmäen lukupiiri, LibraryThing in Finnish, Science Fiction Fans, Translating LibraryThing? (General Talk)
Favorite authorsNot set
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceDec 29, 2006
Currently readingTunne, antitunne, perimä : johdatus tunteiden dynamiikkaan by Antti Pietiäinen
The Small House at Allington by Anthony Trollope
Yhdeksät vaunut portilla : jännitysromaani by Mary Stewart