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CollectionsNon-fiction (Miscellaneous) (12), Biography (14), Cooking & Nutrition (7), Dystopia (12), Fiction (Children's) (4), Fiction (Young Adult & Middle Grade) (25), Fiction (General Adult) (102), Languages (1), Linguistics (13), Memoir (7), Mystery (42), Poetry (2), Religion & Theology (18), Romance (28), Science Fiction & Fantasy (92), Science Textbooks (8), Sex & Sexuality (1), Steampunk (6), Teaching & Learning (30), Urban Fantasy (35), Writing (Fiction) (13), Writing (Non-fiction) (7), Your library (265), To catalog (15), Read (172), Currently reading (5), To read (72), Wishlist (4), Did not finish (1), All collections (265)

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TagsLinguistics (7), Currently reading (4), mystery (3), bioprogram (2), innateness theory (2), linguistics (2), creole (2), signed (2), dystopia (2), urban fantasy (2) — see all tags

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About meI'm a linguistics student and a writer from Tacoma, WA. I currently reside in Los Angeles with my husband, our two cats, and our yet-to-be-cataloged hundreds of books. My favorite genres are biography, linguistics, SFF, horror, religion, and young adult fiction (that's not really a "genre" per se, but I couldn't think of a better word to start that list).

About my libraryStill figuring out how to upload books to this thing. I have far more than are showing up here, and as I figure this thing out, you'll see the collection expand. Right now, the easiest to put on are my textbooks for class, so you might see a lot of linguistics stuff.

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Currently readingAn Apple for the Creature by Charlaine Harris
How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
The Janus Affair: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel by Pip Ballantine
The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling
The Scientific American Book of Love, Sex and the Brain: The Neuroscience of How, When, Why and Who We Love by Judith Horstman

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Hi - I love your comments on "The Seasons in Fern Hollow". I totally agree, and think I may have enjoyed this series even more than my children did! I still do, though I can't find this book.

This being Hallowe'en, a Facebook friend and I were reminiscing about the autumn section, and particularly regarding the wonderful picture of the FH Hallowe'en ball. We were trying to recall whether this took place at Prof Sigund's or Lord Trundle's. Haha, really essential matters!

My email add. is nelda.jean.armour@gmail.com
Eagle Poem

To pray you open your whole self
To sky, to earth, to sun, to moon
To one whole voice that is you.
And know there is more
That you can't see, can't hear
Can't know except in moments
Steadily growing, and in languages
That aren't always sound but other
Circles of motion.
Like eagle that Sunday morning
Over Salt River. Circles in blue sky
In wind, swept our hearts clean
With sacred wings.
We see you, see ourselves and know
That we must take the utmost care
And kindness in all things.
Breathe in, knowing we are made of
All this, and breathe, knowing
We are truly blessed because we
Were born, and die soon, within a
True circle of motion,
Like eagle rounding out the morning
Inside us.
We pray that it will be done
In beauty.
In beauty.


~ Joy Harjo
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