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About meI am a person who tries to live with a small ecological footprint but I still love to read a real book. Sustainable printing materials are preferred and I hope publishers move towards this ("cradle to cradle"). Started to embrace electronic books through Android. Love to give my favourite books to deserving people and also collect old and new ones. I like non-fiction but will read a reasonably accurate fiction book especially if there are maps and real locations to be followed on googlemaps. Otherwise single parent of three teenagers, we live near a big coastal Lake. I have recently combined movie watching, with reading the book that inspired it or had been referenced during the film.
About my libraryI read lots about history, culture, environmental issues, architecture, design, philosophy, books mentioned in other books, mainly about the human condition. I love reading books with historical, geographical and technological accuracy and often will reference Google Maps and Google for the real story while reading. Books that movies have been based on are great too.
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Real nameSusan Marie Effenberger
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Member sinceMar 5, 2011
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