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CollectionsDonated or Sold (4), Presidential Biography (4), Autographed Copy (5), On Loan (14), Read (23), School Text (11), Early Reviewers (8), Your library (518), Currently reading (4), To read (121), Read but unowned (7), Favorites (1), All collections (527)

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TagsTBR (95), fiction (66), Fiction (59), religion (37), classic (31), Bible Study (24), College Textbook (20), Children (19), historical (18), Reference (18) — see all tags

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About meI am a 48 year old female who has worked at a local hospital for nearly 30 years now; initially has a Pharmacy Technician and now as a non-clinical person in the Emergency Department. I received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with an English Major in 2011. I am single and share my home with a Yorkie (or she shares it with me) and my yard with eight very amusing and friendly goats. I am very active in my local United Methodist Church and District where I am a Certified Lay Servant.

Reading has been a long time passion of mine, as well as a love of writing. It's fair to say the reading aspect is a whole lot easier to excel at than the writing. However, I intend to continue plugging away at both. My reading tastes are various, though I admit there are some genres I probably need to better expose myself to.

Since 2013 I have been working on a reading challenge that consists of completing the following lists, with my current completion rate as of December 2017.

2006 MLA's 30 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die (93%)
Random House's 100 Best Books of 20th Century (16%)
Pulitzer Prize Winners (31%)
National Book Award (4.2%)
Newbery Award Winners (18%)
Caldecott Award Winners (6.2%)
1001 Books You Should Read Before You Die (5.7%)
Biography of all U.S. Presidents (2.2%)

About my libraryMy entries in LibraryThing reflect my various reading tastes and is probably 95% complete in regards to the books I actually own. I currently need to get to work on including more book reviews.

Groups50 Book Challenge, Bookmarks, Club Read 2009, Club Read 2018, Go Review That Book!, Historical Fiction, NPR Listeners, One LibraryThing, One Book, US Presidents Challenge (USPC), What Are You Reading Now?

Favorite authorsGeraldine Brooks, Pat Conroy, Diana Gabaldon, Audrey Niffenegger (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble Booksellers - Birkdale, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Hickory, Cokesbury Bookstore - Charlotte

Favorite librariesLincoln County Library - West Lincoln Branch Library, Lincoln County Public Library, The Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County - University City Regional

Other favoritesNovello Festival of Reading, Lenoir-Rhyne College Belk Centrum, Lenoir-Rhyne College Visiting Writers Series


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Member sinceMar 13, 2007

Currently readingThe Last Kids on Earth and the Zombie Parade by Max Brallier
Call It Courage by Armstrong Sperry
One Second After (A John Matherson Novel) by William R. Forstchen
Breath of the Song: New and Selected Poems by Jaki Shelton Green

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