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CollectionsYour library (812)

Reviews89 reviews

Tagscomics and graphic novels (135), Children's literature (92), young adult (74), fantasy (73), in translation (69), drama (66), science fiction (50), horror (44), poetry (42), autobiography (41) — see all tags

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About meRabid bibliophile, sci-fi geek, humorless feminist (that's a joke), comics fangirl, unlikely to ever leave grad school. Fictional characters I would like to be include Flynn Carsen (The Librarian film series), Ana Pascal (Stranger Than Fiction film), and Oracle (DC comics character).

I enjoy cross-referencing, vegan baking, writing poetry on people, making art, and alphabetizing.

About my libraryIn the last year I have made two major moves, one of them cross-country. I have taken at least half of my books with me, but many, particularly my children's books, are still in my original home. I won't be adding them anytime soon so, alas, my online library will remain incomplete.

GroupsBookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, Comics, Feminist Theory, Graduate Students, I Survived the Great Vowel Shift

Favorite authorsDorothy Allison, Francesca Lia Block, Ray Bradbury, Bertolt Brecht, Pat Califia, Anton Chekhov, Bruce Coville, Chris Crutcher, Warren Ellis, Neil Gaiman, Jean Genet, E. L. Konigsburg, Alan Moore, Vladimir Nabokov, Pablo Neruda, Sylvia Plath, Philip Pullman, J. D. Salinger, David Sedaris, Anne Sexton, George Bernard Shaw, Sam Shepard, John Steinbeck, Kurt Vonnegut, Brian Wood (Shared favorites)

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Saw you liked Bastard Out of Carolina, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here (as well as on a few other book-related sites). Thought you might like it since it's also southern and a bit dark. I'd be glad to e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like. Let me know if you're interested. Here's a link to a summary in case you're interested:

http://christophertusa.com/

Chris
Hello there,

Thanks for accepting my invitation.

If you like fantasy and YA books, then you must read HAROUN AND THE SEA OF STORIES by Salman Rushdie. I just love that book - Rushdie's ideas, style, vocabulary...

Also, I'd strongly recommend THE NEVERENDING STORY by Michael Ende. It's the most imaginative book I've ever read.

Keep in touch.

Best wishes,
Nataly
Hiya!

Just saw your review of "Confessions of a Blabbermouth". I know you said you weren't fond of Minx as a concept, but have you given any of the non-Carey titles a chance? Personally, I've really enjoyed all of the Minx books, even though I don't quite fall into the "teenage girl" target audience (having said that, none of the people I know who read and enjoy Minx are teenage girls ;-). The one that stands out for me for its depth of emotional engagement (as opposed to being good fun, light entertainment) is "The Plain Janes". Give it a go.

Mili
Hi there! I actually have all of my books catalogued (minus work-related ones, which I might get around to one of these days). It was... quite a big project. I'm still tagging them, though.
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