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CollectionsYour library (6,383), To read (4), Currently reading (2), Read in 2013 (9), Read in 2014 (146), Aboriginal (6), Bookish Books (148), CanLit (2,261), Graphic Works (1), Kidlit/YA (15), In Translation (3), Non-Fiction (10), Quebecois (3), Rereads (6), Series (9), Short stories (12), Toronto (11), Verse (8), Writing (2), Wishlist (1), Read but unowned (2), Favorites (6), All collections (6,610)

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Tagsto-read (3,882), canlit (1,282), series (691), kidlit (655), nonfiction (534), virago-classics (380), short-stories (361), orange-prize (331), read-in-2012 (241), read-in-2011 (220) — see all tags

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About meI read. A lot. When I'm not reading, I'm often thinking about what I could be reading. When I am reading, I'm often thinking about what I'll be reading next. Sometimes the idea of reading is almost as good as reading and then I'm making booklists about what I will read someday. But later I'll be reading. I'm Buried In Print.

About my libraryThe majority of the books that I own haven't been listed here, but I'm freshly determined to get everything moved here, now that the Amazon link with GoodReads has become public knowledge, so I'm hard at work on this behind-the-scenes.

GroupsAtwoodians, Canadian Bookworms, Canadian Literature, Orange January/July, Reading Books by Women, Virago Modern Classics

Favorite authorsSherman Alexie, Elizabeth von Arnim, Margaret Atwood, Joan Barfoot, Octavia E. Butler, Barbara Comyns, Margaret Drabble, Kim Echlin, Timothy Findley, Jane Gardam, Myla Goldberg, Barbara Gowdy, Kate Grenville, Lyanda Lynn Haupt, Ursula Hegi, bell hooks, Nalo Hopkinson, Helen Humphreys, Barbara Kingsolver, Thomas King, Margaret Laurence, F.S. Michaels, L. M. Montgomery, Alice Munro, Barbara Pym, May Sarton, Diane Schoemperlen, Carol Shields, Lionel Shriver, Helen Simpson, Dale Spender, Cordelia Strube, Alice Walker, Bronwen Wallace, Connie Willis, Alissa York (Shared favorites)


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Member sinceJan 31, 2010

Currently readingHateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage by Alice Munro
The Quincunx by Charles Palliser

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HA! i was reading your blog and saw you belonged here. ME TOO! though i am not very active with it. :/
A belated welcome to LT and the Virago group! You sound as though you're in exactly the right place. I see bunches of friends on your weighted "members with" list, and there I am pretty high on the raw list. You don't seem to do much in the mystery or scifi line, which is where my numbers swell - or maybe you just haven't gotten to them yet in your cataloguing. Happy thought!
Anyway, I look forward to hearing what you have to say about a lot of things and especially about Dangerous Ambition, which I see that you also won. (Or so I guess.)
Well met!
Hi there! Just wanted to say Hi and mention how much I enjoyed your paragraph "About Me". You've managed to really capture this "obsession" most of us, here on LT, have with our books and reading. Thanks for that!
I like Barbara Pym too.I've only read Excellent Women, which was great - I wrote a review - and today I rec'd a second hand copy of Quartet in Autumn by mail. Looking forward to reading that too. Yes, buried in print is right!

Just popped by your profile to say hi! Well - we have 61 books in common.
Nice to meet you in the Giller thread.

Hi, and thanks for the friend request! I see you're relatively new to Librarything I recognize your library file isn't importable but maybe you could start building it a bit at a time, or just add new acquisitions? This site is all about obsessively tracking your books so you are in good company! You might also want to join some of the groups to talk books with other members. The Virago Modern Classics group for example, or Girlybooks which reads books by and about women ... You can find links to both on my profile page. Have fun!
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