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About meWriter and Student Majoring in (surprise, surprise)Creative Writing and Literature. I am most likely found at either a Thrift Store or Cafe. I have a severe coffee addiction.

About my libraryA collection of used books meticulously thrifted around California and elsewhere. My prize find is a 1897 printing of Thoreau's "Walden" for 3 dollars at a Goodwill.

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Favorite authorsTruman Capote, William Faulkner, Janet Fitch, Hermann Hesse, Noah Levine, J. D. Salinger (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBook Passage, Green Apple Books, Logos Books & Records, The Great Overland Book Company

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Real nameJessica Elb

LocationSanta Cruz, California

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Member sinceJan 28, 2013

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