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About meI'm a freelance writer/editor/proofreader/copy editor; I live in a small town in upstate NY, which can be a lovely area except for the five or six months of winter, which I hate more each year I endure it. Spring and fall are beautiful; summer is also lovely if sometimes humid; real estate is cheap, neighbors are great, local farmer's market is fabulous, choice of decent restaurants is nearly nonexistent. Good used bookstores are a bit of a drive. The local library is fairly good and belongs to a four-county system from which it will get books on request. I belong to a book club; I like the members much, much more than I like most of the books they pick to read.
About my libraryI keep thinking it's quite lopsided, as I started by separating out and entering my science fiction and fantasy; I do have a lot of that, but also lean heavily toward mysteries, cookbooks, history, reference books, travel books (many of which I have because I used to proofread these and had copies given to me by the publisher--but I do, in fact, like to travel) and some odds and ends. Eventually it'll all be entered and this comment will be moot!
Groups1001 Fantasy Roadies, 50-Something Library Thingers, 75 Books Challenge for 2009, 75 Books Challenge for 2010, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, Battlestar Galactica, BookMooching, Cookbookers, Crambo!, Crime, Thriller & Mystery —show all groups, Dictionaries & other reference books, FantasyFans, Food History, Girlybooks, Go Review That Book!, Historical Mysteries, History at 30,000 feet: The Big Picture, History: On learning from and writing history, Hobnob with Authors, Hogwarts Express, Librarians who LibraryThing, National Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo), Pedants' corner, Presidential Literature, ReadaThing, Romance - from historical to contemporary, SCARLET PIMPERNEL - Group Read 2010 - Bastille Day!, Science Fiction Fans, Tennis, Anyone?, The Green Dragon, What Are You Reading Now?, Wizengamot, Writer-readers
Favorite authorsDonna Andrews, Jane Austen, C. J. Cherryh, Lindsey Davis, Charles Dickens, Elizabeth George, Georgette Heyer, Mercedes Lackey, Anne McCaffrey, Robert B. Parker, Ellis Peters (Shared favorites)
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