Search barb0476's books

Random books from barb0476's library

What Isabella Desires by Anne Mallory

Voyager by Diana Gabaldon

Under The Wishing Star by Diane Farr

The Stolen Bride (de Warenne Dynasty) by Brenda Joyce

Silver Rose by Penelope Neri

Passion's Captive by Lori Copeland

The Wind Dancer by Iris Johansen

Members with barb0476's books

Member connections

Friends: CassandraRichmond123, cyderry, ktleyed, melbook7

Interesting library: ktleyed, ladydawgfan, lucymaude, melbook7, sweetshelly

RSS feeds

Recently-added books

barb0476's reviews

Reviews of barb0476's books, not including barb0476's

Site design selection

Use the new design

Use the old design

The old design is no longer fully supported nor does it get full attention when we roll out new features. We strongly recommend using the new design.


Leave a comment


I just noticed your message to me. Yes, I do like her book. I just love romance novels and am always looking for good books to read. My favorite authors are Mary Balogh, Liz Carlyle and Elizabeth Hoyt. I'm about to start another series of Grace Burrowes, The Duke's Daughter. Happy Reading!
We've been so busy with activites here including the 40+ inches of snow we received in February. Now I'm getting ready to head to Tampa for a long weekend with my husband to celebrate his birthday with a few rounds of golf and visiting with family.

I've been doing some work for my hubbie's office so that's keeping me busy too, so my reading is not as far along as I would like but definitely interesting.

Hoping to see Jackson in April, but not sure of the plans.

Stay warm and dry and enjoy your reading.

Hope you are staying dry!
Running the street lights - how do explain this...
My Christmas Village
If you check out this picture you see last year's village. Along the streets I have little street lights that actually shine and the wires are hidden under the streets and buildings when we "run" them.

It's probably one of the few times each year that my husband and I argue because I say I want a light one place and he wants to put it another. I usually win.

I'll try to keep you posted.

Sometimes it's hard to keep up with everyone. I just got back last week from a family vacation in Myrtle Beach for a week and I've had some home issues - my blog Cheli's Cozy Corner has all the details.

As for my village, it is currently under comstruction (Thank god for audiobooks) and today we (my husband Tim and I) were running the street lights.

I Have a few projects besides to work on that are due before Thanksgiving (going to see Jackson) and need to have them ready. I'm just glad that I am not working anymore. I'd be really frazzled if I had to fit a job in too!

Glad to hear that you are enjoying the seasonal changes.

Take care.

Barb, thanks for adding me, I saw so many good books in your library, we seem to have a lot of the same tastes!
Pictures like that make me glad I live at the top of a hill.

I'm just glad that you're alright. It's sad about the material losses, but if lives were lost, that would be a tragedy.

Glad to hear you "weathered" the storm with no major problem.

The leaves are just starting to turn here and with the few windy days they are starting to fall but so far we have been okay.

Take care of yourself and your loved ones.

Hi, Barb

Hope you're staying high and dry!

Hey barb!

Yes, I'm still helping out at my husband's office, but he told me I can have a day off next week, YEAH! I'll be there probably thru June. Sometimes, I think I'm going to kill him!
Hi! Thanks for coming by my library. Right now my children's books collection is in "stall" mode until LT's new collection feature starts working, so I don't check for messages very often. Lucky you, to have grandkids! I don't have a ton of books for preschoolers. When my kids were that age, we went through so many books in one week that I just borrowed from the library. I have a lot of favorites in that category, though, so can't wait for some grandkids of my own. Happy reading!
Yes, that was a great book. Samantha James is one of my very favorite authors. She is working on a new book now. She posted about it on Facebook.
I picked Duke in my pool. Can't go against Coach K
Well, being a MD alum I have to root for the Terps even though I don't think they will get very far.
I am also retired and read and knit alot. I have one great grandson and I love seeing him. Right now I am reading Samantha James new book Birde of a Wicked Scotsman. I love those Scottish heroes.
I woke up to 3-4 inches this morning. Reading Dr. Suess to the kids for his birthday sounds wonderful! I'm hoping that the kids and my grandson Jackson will be closer by the time he's ready to really listen to stories. They're in Louisiana, and I'm here in MD. Oh, well. Have fun with the kids! I envy you.
yes, I'm back from the record colds of Hilton Head to the record colds of home.
My grandson was born Friday afternoon so I'm still excited about the news.
I think I'm going to put him on my profile!

I finished an Internet survey yesterday and got a $25 gift certificate that I can use at BarneS&Noble so I'll be getting some books soon!
With Lent starting on Wednesday, I'll be beginning Dante's Infe3rno with my group read then.
This is going to be tough, but my penance - at least it's a reading penance.
Hey, Barb!
Just checking in to see how you are doing. I'm on vacation, my husband and I headed a little south with my Mom for a little warmer weather. Unfortunately, we took the cold weather with us. Hopefully, it will warm up a little later this week.While I'm here, I am starting my Harry Potter category for my 999 far I'm really enjoying them.

Take care!
Hey, Barb!

If you want light mysteries, I suggest you start with Diane Mott Davidson [Catering to Nobody] is the first in her series.
For deeper mysteries, Linda Fairstein, [Final Jeopardy] is her first
Happy New Year snd happy reading for 2009! Cheli
Hi, Barb!

We have so much in common. I too kept my lst of books on an EXCEL spreadsheet, I'm still trying to transfer it to LT. I'm almost finished but I've been at it for 2 months. I know that you will love it here as much as I do. I see that you just joined. LET ME BE YOUR FIRST FRIEND HERE!

Have you seen all the groups and challenges that are out there?
It took me a while to decide which challenges I wanted to join. My sister, who is also a member, and I decided to make our own challenge, so I have signed up for 4 Challenges - 75 Books in 2009, 100 books in 2009, 999 Challenge (9 books in 9 categories in 2009) and US Presidents Challenge (all the Presidents biographies by 2012) - this is the one that my sister and I started.

Normally I read I great deal of historical romances and cozy mysteries but I decided to challenge myself this year by trying to read 100 books and alot of those in other categories than what I normally read.

I,like you, am retired and I love the time that I now have to read. I especially like that I can play my computer games and do puzzles (both Sudoku and Wordoku) while I listen to books on audio. I also do needlework while I listen.
I hope that we have many conversations and share many future book experiences.

Welcome to LT!
If I can be of any help, let me know. I know that I needed some answers when I first got here and my sister was invaluable.
My daughter just told me about this website today! I've been keeping my own
list of books and my ratings on an Excel spreadsheet. It will take me a while to
enter all the books from there. My favorite authors are: Victoria Alexander,
Mary Balogh, Jo Beverley, Jacquie D'Alessandro, Suzanne Enoch, Samantha James,
Lisa Kleypas and Stephanie Laurens. I also read the time travel romances of Lynn
Kurland and Constance O'Day-Flannery.
I'm a recent retiree, so I have lots of time to read, play computer games and do
sudoku puzzles--when I'm not spending time with my family and six grandkids!
Help/FAQs | About | Privacy/Terms | Blog | Contact | APIs | WikiThing | Common Knowledge | Legacy Libraries | Early Reviewers | 92,769,531 books! | Top bar: Always visible