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About meHey everyone, I'm Hanna. I'm 22 and I'm currently very close to finishing my Law degree.

Let's see... I have an obsession with frogs, work way too many hours in a GAME shop and buy too many books. I usually wear a green coat with red shoes and burn my fingers on my curlers a lot.

I was diagnosed with ME/CFS in early 2010 and Lupus in 2011, which means I tend to stay at home a lot. On bad days I can't get out of bed and what better way to while away the time than with books? :)

About my libraryI'm in the process of adding my books to LibraryThing, so there's still a lot missing. I'm getting there though, it's just so overwhelming!

I'll read most things though. I tend to stay away from chick lit or family sagas, but I'll even read those if one looks particularly interesting.

My 75 Books in 2010 Challenge.
My 75 Books in 2011 Challenge.

I love Greek mythology, magic, assassins, classics, alternative history, books about books, etc.

Groups20-Something LibraryThingers, 75 Books Challenge for 2010, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, The Green Dragon

Favorite authorsKristin Cashore, David Eddings, Mercedes Lackey (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBook End, Waterstone's Bradford Wool Exchange, Waterstone's Meadowhall

Favorite librariesCentral Library (Sheffield, UK)


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Real nameHanna

LocationSheffield, UK

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceMar 1, 2006

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*poke poke poke poke* HELLO! *poke poke poke poke*
Just pootling around my library and thought I'd drop in to be a pest. *poke*
Dear Hanna,
Thank you so much for my SantaThing books. I am very happy with your choices and really looking forward to reading them. I hope you and your family had a wonderful christmas/holiday season. Best wishes for a fabulous 2013!
Hanna! You've been on here since 2006 and this is the first time we've crossed paths?! *head explodes* Lovely photo by the way - and look at all those books we share... And OMG! Now I can TOTALLY STALK your library.

This is a happy day for me. :D xxx
Thanks for clarifying that for me. I read a lot of British lit and sometimes I don't understand the differences between our two cultures. And, I'n often too lazy to look it up!

And good work finishing early! Are you planning to continue in law?
It makes sense only if your law degree is what we would call an undergraduate degree. Here, would-be lawyers go to a 4 year liberal arts college (usually from 18-21) to get a baccalaureate degree, and then go to law school for - I think - three years. A long haul. Then they need to pass the bar exam in the state in which they plan to practice law.
Hanna, I just crossed over from one of the threads to read your profile. How did you manage to get close to a law degree by age 20? Or isn't it a post-baccalaureate degree in the UK?
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