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The Dreaming: A Novel of Australia by Barbara Wood
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About meIn this good company, it's easy to say that I love books. That's the obvious point. But the fact is that if I won the lottery tomorrow, the first thing I would do is go straight to the nearest bookstore and, for the first time in my life, buy everything I want. After I returned the rental truck used to haul my lottery-money-paid-for books home, I would buy a bigger house (for my books), perhaps a hybrid car (for use in traveling long distances to seek out more books), and many, many more bookshelves.
About my libraryI'm nearly done cataloguing my books here on LT -- after six years, you'd think I'd have gotten there, but it's a process. Only about 500 more to go, I think. With 3000 or so books, my library is pretty varied, but it does seem to be mostly fiction, which is more a matter of habit than any antipathy toward true stories. The books have pretty much taken over the house because the book room is quite full. Someday I will get them organized. At the moment, I know where most of my fantasy and science fiction books are, I have coherent sections for pre-twentieth century classics, Irish literature, and global myth and folktales, but the other genre sections have mutated and sprawled to the point that one never really knows what one will find on a given shelf (or floor-stack). What can I say? My library is an adventure.
Groups75 Books Challenge for 2008, 75 Books Challenge for 2009, 75 Books Challenge for 2010, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, Books in 2025: The Future of the Book World, Hogwarts Express, Read YA Lit —show all groups, What Are You Reading Now?, What did YOU buy today?
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Member sinceAug 31, 2006
Currently readingCultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts by Clive James
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