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About my librarylots of contemporary fiction
love Southern fiction, especially North Carolina authors

GroupsAll Things New England, ARC Junkies, Bloggers, BookMooching, Bostonians, Early Reviewers, Legacy Libraries, North Carolina LT Group

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Favorite bookstoresBulls Head Bookshop, Elliott Bay Book Company (Seattle), Nice Price Books- Carrboro, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Strand Bookstore, The Bookshop

Favorite librariesMadison Public Library - Sequoya Branch, UNC University Libraries

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Member sinceDec 26, 2005

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