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About me32 years old, female.

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Favorite authorsJoe Bennett, Bill Bryson, Augusten Burroughs, Tracy Chevalier, Douglas Coupland, Tracy Culleton, Richard Dawkins, Helen Forrester, Stephen Fry, Mark Haddon, Bernard MacLaverty, Frank McCourt, Ian McEwan, Mil Millington, Brendan O'Carroll, Joseph O'Connor, John O'Farrell, Sue Townsend (Shared favorites)

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Favorite librariesBrownlow Library, Portadown Library

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Hello there ! I just saw where you left me a note about the "Will I Ever Be Good Enough" book and Narcissistic Mothers. And, yes I've been fighting the damage for 50 years. Although I can not say she was narcissistic, I have never done anything good enough for her. It was just in the last couple years that I told her, naturally she was clueless. Having a mother who doesn't want to be a loving sharing nurturing mother is pretty hard to comprehend. As a child I knew this very early on, but as they say, that's the way it was.
To some it up, sometimes I say, how would you feel if your parent's (and they were separated at the time) neither one of them came to your wedding? Not to make you feel bad, I don't, it's the way they were, it made me who I am. But, you were curious and I am open. Have a wonderful holiday season ! Janet
Inviting some people to the thread I just started. Thought it might be of interest to you.

http://www.librarything.com/topic/66785
Hi Gayle, 88 now . . . .
Hmmm... maybe 'Breathing Lessons' or 'A Slipping Down Life' - it's a while since I read them but these 2 stand out
Hello - we share 50 books!! Just thought I would say hello.
Gayle - glad you enjoyed a romp round my library.
Kind regards
Caroline
Yes, I was thoroughly confused by Marley and Me. The only reason I believe it was even published is because he's already in the business, which proves over and over, it's who you know.... I was actually a bit nervous about posting that review but the book so disgusted me that I had to write that. There are some books that are bad and I simply put them down. This one was so bad and so over-hyped, that I had to finish it just so I had a point of reference when giving it horrible reviews...

Thanks for the comment. I'll read through your catalog now...

Jeff
Thanks for your reply,

actually it would be really interesting for me to hear
why you used to like it and why you don't any more...
Don't feel obliged! It would just add a slightly different angle
to the whole which would be nice!

Thanks either way!

Ester
Dear chick-lit reader,

I’m a belgian university student that loves chick-lit. Would you like to help me with my thesis and write to me why you (personally) like reading chick-lit? What is it about chick-lit that appeals to you? What are your favourite books and why? Your help would mean a lot to me!

Best wishes,

Ester Wellens

esterwellens@gmail.com
No, I don't mind at all :o) g x
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