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About meCollection development librarian for Indianapolis - Marion County Public Library system. I select Adult Non-Fiction resources.

About my libraryI use LibraryThing to track my personal reading since 2008 (age 25-26). Tags are intentionally used as idiosyncratic memory aids. My goal is to average one book a week for the rest of my life.

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4.5-5: recommend unreservedly
2-4: unpersuasive, ok I guess, persuasive
0-1.5: should've dropped

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Member sinceNov 20, 2008

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