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CollectionsYour library (876), Currently reading (2), All collections (878)

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TagsFiction (682), Christian (202), Historical (124), YA (107), Nonfiction (91), Romance (77), Suspense (73), Memoir (61), Chick-lit (53), Sad (46) — see all tags

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About meI am very happily married with a 22 yr old daughter. I love reading, knitting, crocheting, scrapbooking, spending time with my family and kitty.

About my libraryI love all kinds of books. I especially like biographies, memoirs, adventure and travel books. I also like historical fiction, Chick-Lit and just your basic fiction.

GroupsAmerican History, Christian Historical Fiction, Historical Fiction

Favorite authorsElizabeth Berg, Diane Chamberlain, Ted Dekker, Denise Hildreth, Debbie Macomber, Tracie Peterson, Jodi Picoult, Sidney Sheldon, Stephanie Grace Whitson, Lori Wick (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble Booksellers - Ithaca

Favorite librariesInterlaken Public Library, Ulysses Philomathic Library


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LocationFingerlakes, NY

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Member sinceFeb 29, 2008

Currently readingAnnabel Horton, Lost Witch of Salem by Vera Jane Cook
Nest by Esther Ehrlich

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Oh good! I am glad it got there safe and sound. You will love is one of those books that you don't want to end.

Have a great weekend!
You are going to kill me....I still haven't mailed your book! I promise I will this week! I need to mail out Trish's book (Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin;?) so I will take them both to the post office. You must think that I am awful! The only time I can go to the PO is either on my lunch hour from work, or early Sat. morning. Thanks for understanding!
Wendy: I hope to get to the post office tomorrow to send your book I promised you! Things have been hectic this week. :) I just wanted to let you know so you didn't think I forgot about it.

Happy Friday!

I loved that book! I picked it up at a used library book sale and I really enjoyed it! I think there is a sequel to it...I need to find out so I can get it. Let me know what you think of it! :)
If you don't have In The Land of Cotton, I can send you mine, if you'd like.
Tomato Girl is very very good...unfortunately I swapped that one on PBS.
Ok! I found one on your bookshelf that interested me...I ordered it from came today! It's The Children's Blizzard by David Laskin. It sounds so good!
We do have a lot of the same books! Plus you have some that I have been wanting to read, so I have added those to my wish list. I am not big into historical fiction, but I do love memoirs and contemporary fiction.
My TBR stack is out of control. I don't know if I will ever be able to get caught up...especially since I keep adding more books to it. :) I just can't resist!
I need to look at your shelf, too. I have so much going on right now (check my blog for details) I don't have much "luxury" time...reading, blogging, etc. I will check it out soon!
Hey! I am a cat person too....have 3 of my own. Speaking of which, were you lucky enough to get a copy of Homer's Odyssey from last months Early Reviewers? I am reading it now and it is just SO GOOD! I am trying to read 3 books at the same time, to try to clear out my TBR pile...I don't normally do that, but I want to get my Early Reviewers books read and reviewed in a timely manner! :)
Thank you so much for your kind words! I am honored that you enjoy my books so much!

Look for that Oregon Trail CD-ROM game essay in your yahoo account. I browsed through your library, and definitely see the Alaska-Northwest-Pioneer interest there! Very cool. You might try Jon Krakauer's INTO THIN AIR, which was that movie recently directed by Sean Penn. The book is more about the yearning for the wild than the movie can portray. You might also try the classic Jack London book, CALL OF THE WILD. And there's another classic on the OR Trail, by Francis Parkman, tho I can't remember the title.

Happy reading!
Hi Wendy

You asked about Winnetou II in the "When are you now?" thread.
English is not my mothers tongue, but I'll try.

In Winnetou I Old Shatterhand and Winnetou meet eachother and become blood-brothers.
Old Shatterhand returns to Europe

Winnetou II it is some time later (around 1866, Juarez and Maximiliaan are fighting in Mexico) and Old Shatterhand returns to the US. He is hired to find the son of a New York banker, who is obducted by a villan. He follows them through Texas to Mexico. In Mexico he meets Winnetou again.
Then Winnetou and Old Shatterhand go up north to meet Old Firehand. They get in trouble with a tribe of indians with a white chief. This chief has done terrible things to Old Firehand and Winnetou.

Anita Meulstee
Hi! I haven't actually read Will of Wisteria yet. Most of the books in my library at to be read. Obviously I'm planning on living forever! But I just can't seem to stop myself from buying new books. Right now they're all packed up waiting to be moved. And it's driving me crazy. We're not leaving here until 8/9. Fortunately I have about 15 books I managed to hide around my sewing room so I'm not completely book-less.

My cat is Cupcake, usually called Cuppy. She looks like a Maine coon, but we have no idea as she was abandoned under a trailer and rescued, along with her 2 sisters. We have one of the sisters, Sweet Pea, who is a grey short hair. But Cuppy is the star of the show. She is the funniest cat I've ever been owned by. She has to see into everything and know everything that's going on. My husband and I took a 9 month trip recently in an RV and Cuppy went along. (Sweet Pea stayed with our friend who rescued her--she does not adjust well to anything.) Cuppy, however, was great on the trip. We put her in her carrier when we were traveling, but the rest of the time she was free to roam around the RV. She adjusted so well--well, except for traveling days if we went more than 500 miles. At about 460 miles she started letting us know just what she thought of the whole thing!
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