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About my libraryAbout my Collections:
Your library: books I currently own, excluding comics and audio items which are in their own collections
To read: books/comics/audios I own which I haven't yet read/heard
incoming!: books I've ordered or which someone is sending me
Released: books I used to own which I've traded or given away, some unread and some now Read but unowned
Currently Reading and borrowed are self-explanatory

I use my Wishlist to keep tabs on all books I'm interested in including books I plan on buying for my kids (which won't end up in my library if/when purchased)

Groups1001 Books Group Australia - Virtual BookCrossing Book Box, Aussie Small Press and Spec Fic, Australian LibraryThingers, Black Library Readers, Board Game Geeks, BookCrossers, BookCrossing Australia!, Doctor Who, Octopus Overlords, OZ VBB - The Australian Virtual Book Boxshow all groups

Favorite authorsClive Barker, T.C. Boyle, Peter Carey, David Feintuch, Robert Goddard, Robert A. Heinlein, Nick Hornby, Stephen King, Robert Kirkman, Paul Magrs, Mark Morris, Tim Powers, Philip Pullman, J. K. Rowling, Robert Shearman, Adam Warren, Connie Willis (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://www.facebook.com/freelunch

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Real nameAndrew

LocationCairns, Australia

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceAug 27, 2006

Currently readingThe Complete Peanuts 1957-1958 by Charles M. Schulz
The Exes by Pagan Kennedy
Glitter & Mayhem by John Klima

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Your turn at OzVBB.
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@macsbrains: thanks :) it hasn't looked quite as tidy in a while..
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This is a great library you have!
I like how you neatly divided up the books you have read into several links:

"Books I've read in 2010 (so far) | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005". Good job.

William
2011's Books for THE HIGHLY RATED BOOK GROUP:

1st Quarter): January 1st, (long gone), -- March 31st.
The Outlander by Diana Gabaldon with an L.T. rating of 4.39.

2nd Quarter): April 1st -- June 30th.
Bleak House by Charles Dickens with an L.T. rating of 4.27.

3rd Quarter): July 1st -- September 30.
The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly with an L.T. rating of 4.05.

And for the 4th and final Quarter of 2011): October 1st -- December 31st.
The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton also with an L.T. rating of 4.05.

And perhaps, if cyderry would be so kind to get together another list of L.T. 'highly rated' books come near the end of 2011, we will be able to smoothly segue into 2012. That would be such a treat.
Hi and thanks for your reply. I live in Edinburgh and I would have 2 solutions in case you are in selling me your book. The first is a swap: I've got a "UK100 Time Crash" twin pack of the 10th and 5th Doctor action figures which, if you check online, is the rarest Character Option figure, because there are only 100 worldwide (it's not the American version, which is numbered ####/3000 and with a top trumps card), and is usually sold for 190£/250£. I would like to swap because I have a spare one. The second solution would be to pay 50£+P&P if the book is paperback or 80£ if it's hardback, even though i don't know if a hardback edition exists.
Anyway, thank you for showing interest. Regards
Davide
Hi, I ve noticed you have the book "How the Doctor changed my life" . I checked on Amazon and it's available at the absurd price of 270£. I was wondering if you could sell it to me. I could afford a more reasonable price. Thank you
nope. just making connections with folks that share similar reading interests. you matched up 15 of mine.
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